21 Oct 15 Convicted Bosnian Serb General Still at Large

Bosnia's state court has still not requested that Bosnian Serb general Novak Djukic - convicted of ordering the shelling of Tuzla in 1995 - be asked to serve his sentence in Serbia, where he now lives.

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30 Sep 15 Kosovo, Serbia Clinch New Deal on Diplomas

Kosovo and Serbia agreed on Tuesday on the mutual recognition of university diplomas, which Kosovo hopes will improve the job prospects of ethnic Albanians in Serbia.

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01 Sep 15 Serbia, Albania Back Balkan Youth Cooperation Plan

Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic and his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama pledged to work together to establish a cross-Balkans youth cooperation office aimed at improving strained relations between countries in the region.

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22 Jul 15 Serbia, Bosnia Pledge Friendship After Srebrenica Unrest

After Serbian premier Aleksandar Vucic was attacked in Srebrenica, leaders from both countries met in Belgrade and pledged to work together to put past disputes behind them.

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26 Jun 15 Srebrenica Commander’s Extradition Sparks Serb Fury

The Swiss authorities’ decision to extradite Srebrenica’s wartime Bosniak commander Naser Oric to Bosnia instead of Serbia has angered political leaders in Belgrade and Banja Luka.

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04 Jun 15 Festival Aims to Rebuild Serbia-Kosovo Relations

A festival in Belgrade of Kosovo Albanian films, exhibitions, concerts and debates about the 1990s conflict is aimed at restoring personal contacts between Serbs and their neighbours.

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28 May 15 Bosnia Charges Serb Over Crimes in Cajnice

The Bosnian State Prosecution has charged Dusko Kornjaca with committing war crimes in Cajnice municipality in the eastern part of the country in 1992.

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13 Apr 15 Bosnia Charges Ten Serb Soldiers Over Strpci Massacre

Ten former Bosnian Serb Army troops were indicted for allegedly abducting 20 people from a train travelling from Belgrade to Bar in February 1993 and killing them.

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27 Feb 15 Fugitive Bosnian Serb General’s Case in Limbo

Former Bosnian Serb general Novak Djukic fled to Serbia last year after being convicted of wartime crimes in Tuzla, but there is no indication when or if Belgrade will jail him.

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20 Jan 15 Bosnia Frees Croatian Wartime Commander Glavas

Wartime general and former right-wing Croatian politician Branimir Glavas was released from jail in Bosnia, where he was serving his sentence, after Zagreb overturned his war crimes conviction.

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05 Dec 14 Serbia, Bosnia Arrest 15 in War Crimes Swoop

In a joint operation, Serbia and Bosnia arrested 15 people suspected of seizing 20 passengers from a train in the Bosnian town of Strpci during wartime in 1993 and killing them.

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09 Oct 14 Bosnia Seeks Fugitive Tuzla Massacre Convict

The Bosnian court is preparing an international arrest warrant for Novak Djukic, convicted of ordering a deadly Bosnian Serb artillery strike on the town of Tuzla, after he fled to Serbia.

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03 Oct 14 Bosnia War Fugitive Fights Extradition from Australia

Bosnia has requested the extradition of war crimes suspect Krunoslav Bonic, who has been living openly in Australia even though an indictment against him was filed eight years ago.

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05 Sep 14 Serb Convict Stages Own Crime-Scene Reconstruction

The defence of Novak Djukic, convicted of ordering a deadly Bosnian Serb artillery strike on the town of Tuzla, staged a reconstruction of the attack in a bid to prove his innocence.

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14 Apr 14 ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Connects Belgrade and Pristina

Actors from Serbia and Kosovo have joined forces to stage a joint production of the Shakespeare play in a bid to promote mutual understanding and connections.

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