preparations-for-international-arrest-warrant-for-djukic
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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request-for-bonic-s-extradition-from-australia
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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serb-convict-stages-own-crime-scene-reconstruction
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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romeo-and-juliet-connects-belgrade-and-pristina
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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serbia-extradites-bosnian-serb-war-crimes-suspect
09 Apr 14 Serbia Extradites War Crimes Suspect to Bosnia

Prosecutors in Bihac in northwest Bosnia said that Milutin Babic, from Kljuc, suspected of war crimes in Bosanski Petrovac, had been extradited from Serbia.

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serbia-bosnia-war-crimes-protocol-to-bring-new-indictments
07 Apr 14 Serbia-Bosnia War Crimes Protocol Generates Indictments

The Bosnian prosecution will soon file two indictments over war crimes against Serbs as a result of cooperation agreed with Belgrade in a landmark protocol signed last year.

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sjeverin-case-highlights-bosnia-serbia-cooperation-problems
05 Mar 14 Convicted Bosnian Serb Criminal’s Release Angers Victims

Serbia sentenced Bosnian Serb fighter Oliver Krsmanovic to 20 years in prison over the killing of 16 Bosniaks in Sjeverin in 1992, but he cannot be jailed for the crime in Bosnia for legal reasons.

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serbia-croatia-pledge-to-leave-the-past-behind
24 Feb 14 Serbia, Croatia Fail to Drop Genocide Lawsuits

Serbian and Croatian officials insisted they wanted to leave the past behind but could not drop their lawsuits against each other, which begin next week at the International Court of Justice.

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no-visible-results-of-serbia-bosnia-protocol
20 Feb 14 'No Results' From Serbia-Bosnia War Crimes Deal

Not a single person has been brought to justice within a year of the signing of a landmark protocol on cooperation in war crimes cases between Bosnia and Serbia.

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bosnian-prosecution-forgot-injured-party-statements
18 Feb 14 Bosnian Prosecutors Admit Bungling Srebrenica Cases

Sarajevo prosecutors said they couldn’t ask Belgrade to launch two cases against Bosnian Serbs accused of involvement in the Srebrenica massacres because they forgot to get all the witness statements.

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bosnian-prosecution-withdraws-cooperation-with-serbia
14 Feb 14 Bosnia Rejects Srebrenica Massacre Prosecutions in Serbia

In a move that outraged victims, Sarajevo prosecutors decided not to ask Belgrade to launch two cases against former Bosnian Serb policemen accused of involvement in the Srebrenica massacres.

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croatia-arrests-bosnian-detention-camp-commander
06 Feb 14 Croatia Arrests Bosnian Detention Camp Commander

Croatian police have detained former camp cammander Cazim Behric, who was living in the city of Rijeka but is wanted in Bosnia for alleged war crimes against prisoners and rape.

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croatia-confirms-war-crimes-sentence-to-fugitive
21 Jan 14 Croatia Upholds Jailing of Bosnia Prison Fugitive

A Croatian court has endorsed the Bosnian war crimes and murder convictions of Dominik Ilijasevic, who absconded from prison in Mostar and resurfaced on an Adriatic island.

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serbia-urges-croatia-to-jointly-drop-lawsuits
09 Jan 14 Serbia, Croatia Trade Demands Over Genocide Lawsuits

Serbia will only drop its genocide lawsuit against Croatia if Zagreb withdraws its own suit, but Croatian officials want Belgrade to provide information about wartime missing persons first.

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better-cooperation-among-prosecutors-next-year
17 Dec 13 Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia Vow More War Prosecutions

Chief prosecutors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia met in Sarajevo and promised to step up the prosecution of war crimes suspects in 2014.

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