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22 Sep 16 Prosecutors at BIRN War Crimes Conference Urge Cooperation

Prosecutors from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro, as well as the Hague Tribunal and the EU’s Kosovo mission, told a BIRN conference that states must work together to prosecute war crimes.

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21 Sep 16 BIRN Hosts Conference on War Crimes Prosecution

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network will host a regional conference on Thursday at which prosecutors and experts will discuss progress and difficulties in prosecuting war crimes in former Yugoslav countries.

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05 Sep 16 Balkan Prosecutors Vow Justice for War Crimes Victims

Amid heightened regional tensions, prosecutors from Bosnia, Croatia and Montenegro met to show commitment to achieving justice for war crimes victims, the Hague Tribunal’s chief prosecutor said.

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19 Jul 16 EU Insists on Serbian Cooperation Over War Crimes

While opening two new chapters in Serbia’s accession negotiations, the EU has set benchmarks for Belgrade to meet, insisting it cooperates with Croatia and the Hague Tribunal over war crimes issues.

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05 Jul 16 Political Leaders Approve Balkan Youth Cooperation Office

Political leaders signed an agreement to set up a cross-Balkan youth cooperation office which aims to restore links between young people whose countries were in conflict during the 1990s war.

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27 Jun 16 Croatian Intelligence Report Downplays Terror Threat

Croatia's Security and Intelligence Agency describes the country as stable although it warns that terrorist attacks in Europe have made the situation more complex in the region.

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15 Jun 16 Serbia Delays Djukic Trial in Row Over Documents

The trial in Belgrade of Novak Djukic - convicted earlier in Sarajevo of ordering a deadly artillery strike on Tuzla in Bosnia - is on hold after the Bosnian court failed to provide Serbia with the requested case material.

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21 Apr 16 Serbia Protests over Croatian Minister’s War ‘Insult’

The Serbian foreign ministry sent a protest note to Zagreb’s ambassador in Belgrade after a Croatian minister said that the 1990s war was planned in Serbia.

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04 Apr 16 Bosnia Seeks to Try Croat Major-General

The Bosnian state court wants to try former Croatian Defence Council major-general Zlatan Mijo Jelic for wartime crimes against civilian prisoners who were forced to work on the front-line in Mostar.

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03 Feb 16 Two Bosnian Croat War Crimes Suspects Surrender

Two former Croatian Defence Council fighters surrendered to the state prosecution after it announced they were under investigation for war crimes against civilians in the southern town of Stolac.

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21 Dec 15 Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue ‘Only Among Politicians’

Political leaders from Kosovo and Serbia might be talking to each other in Brussels, but the two societies are not communicating at all, a debate in Pristina heard.

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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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