croatian-general-sues-state-over-hague-detention
30 Sep 14 Croatian General Sues State Over Hague Detention

General Rahim Ademi, who was acquitted of crimes against humanity, has launched a lawsuit against Croatia seeking compensation for the seven months he spent in custody at the Hague Tribunal.

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bosnian-torture-victims-still-marginalized
26 Jun 14 Bosnian Wartime Torture Victims Rally in Sarajevo

Dozens of former prison camp detainees demonstrated in the Bosnian capital, calling on the authorities to give them financial reparations, the right to free healthcare and psychological support.

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starsbourg-rules-croatia-didnt-investigate-war-time-killings
13 Jun 14 Euro Court Raps Croatia Over Serb’s Murder

The European Court of Human Rights ordered Croatia to pay 20,000 euro in damages for not properly investigating the wartime killing of a Serb civilian from the town of Sisak.

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croatia-vows-to-aid-wartime-sex-abuse-victims
15 Apr 14 Croatia Vows to Aid Wartime Sex Abuse Victims

The Croatian authorities have launched new draft legislation aimed at providing financial and psychological help for people who were raped or sexually abused during the 1991-95 war.

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serbia-rehabilitates-queen-maria
15 Apr 14 Serbia Rehabilitates Queen Maria of Yugoslavia

A Belgrade court rehabilitated former queen Maria Karadjordjevic, ruling that she was illegally stripped of her property and citizenship by the communist authorities in 1947.

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serbia-annules-pay-outs-for-bosniaks-from-priboj
27 Mar 14 Serbia Annuls Compensation for Bosniaks From Priboj

The Belgrade appeals court reversed a ruling that the Yugoslav Army was responsible for the violation of the rights of Bosniaks attacked near the Serbian town of Priboj in 1993.

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serbian-veterans-should-ask-rights-before-national-courts
25 Mar 14 European Court Rejects Serbian War Veterans’ Case

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Serbian veterans of the Kosovo war demanding reparations for unpaid allowances should pursue their cases in Belgrade rather than Strasbourg.

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european-court-rules-pay-outs-for-erased
12 Mar 14 Ex-Yugoslavs ‘Erased’ By Slovenia Win Compensation

The European Court of Human Rights ordered Ljubljana to make payouts to six former Yugoslav citizens who were stripped of their residency rights in Slovenia at the start of the war.

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montenegro-detention-camp-victims-got-compensation
03 Mar 14 Montenegro to Compensate Croatian Jail Camp Prisoners

Montenegro has been ordered to pay a total of 319,000 euro to 13 Croatian citizens who were held at the Morinj detention camp during the 1990s war.

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serbia-denies-compensation-to-croat-prisoners
03 Feb 14 Serbia Denies Compensation to Tortured Croat Prisoners

A Belgrade court denied reparations to 12 Croatian citizens who were imprisoned and tortured in Yugoslav Army detention camps in Serbia during the 1990s conflict.

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milosevic-s-widow-to-sue-serbia
08 Jan 14 Slobodan Milosevic’s Widow to Sue Serbia

Milosevic’s widow Mirjana Markovic will file a suit against Serbia in the European human rights court after a local court ruled that her family doesn’t own their old home in Belgrade.

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meron-un-to-create-victims-reparation-fund
04 Nov 13 UN Urged to Compensate War Crimes Victims

The Hague Tribunal’s president Theodor Meron said the UN had failed by not setting up a reparations fund but defended his court’s record after a series of controversial acquittals.

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ngo-appeals-low-reparations-for-kosovo-albanians
28 Oct 13 Serbia’s Payout to Tortured Albanians Challenged

A rights group has appealed against a Belgrade court’s award of 2,100 euro to two Kosovo Albanians who were beaten in jail by Serbian police, saying the amount was offensively small.

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serbia-violated-right-to-bosniak-s-fair-trial
21 Oct 13 Serbia Violated Bosniaks’ Rights, Belgrade Court Rules

The constitutional court said Serbia had violated the right to a fair trial for the relatives of 16 Bosniaks from Sjeverin who were abducted and killed by paramilitaries in 1992.

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serbian-ngo-appeals-for-war-victims-reparations
20 Aug 13 Serbian NGO Appeals For Sjeverin Victims

The Humanitarian Law Centre has appealed to Serbia's constitutional court on behalf of family members of Bosniaks from Sjeverin killed back in 1992.

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