The Kosovo government has criticised the arrest of the mayor of Skenderaj/Srbice, Sami Lushtaku, and four others for alleged war crimes against civilian prisoners during the 1999 conflict.>>>
Police have detained the mayor of Skenderaj/Srbice, Sami Lushtaku, and four other suspects for alleged war crimes against civilian prisoners during the 1999 conflict.>>>
The ‘Llapi Group’, three leading Kosovo Liberation Army ex-fighters accused of torturing prisoners during wartime, should be jailed, an EU prosecutor said at their trial.>>>
Seselj, leader of the Serbian Radical Party, is expected to testify at the Hague Tribunal for the defence of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic next month.>>>
The Serbian special police unit officer detained on suspicion of helping to massacre at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village in 1999 is Vladan Krstovic, BIRN can reveal.>>>
A witness at the trial of former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters accused of abusing prisoners at the wartime Klecka jail said he was never beaten and accused EU prosecutors of pressurising him.>>>
Serbian police have arrested two men, including a current member of the country’s special police unit, on suspicion that they helped murder at least 65 Albanian civilians in a Kosovo village.>>>
The Belgrade authorities plan to reconstruct the ‘Judenlager Semlin’ concentration camp, where more than 7,000 Jewish women and children were killed, turning it into a memorial centre.>>>
Campaigners for the RECOM reconciliation initiative said they had done all they could to promote a cross-regional truth committee and it was time for political leaders to act.>>>
The verdict in the war crimes case against two top Serbian security officials will be handed down in two weeks’ time, the Hague Tribunal has announced.>>>
A former Serb fighter told the Hague trial of Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadzic that he volunteered for the war in Croatia because of the Radical Party leader Seselj’s nationalist propaganda.
Former high-ranking Serbian interior ministry official Vlastimir Djordjevic admitted war crimes were committed against Kosovo Albanians during the 1999 conflict and apologised to civilian victims.>>>
Lawmakers were advised to find different ways of remembering wartime fighters and victims after a series of parliamentary sessions commemorating individual ‘martyrs’.>>>
A witness in the high-profile trial of the ‘Llapi Group’ denied that there were beatings and torture at a wartime Kosovo Liberation Army detention centre in Llapashtica/Lapastica.>>>
The bodies of 56 Serb civilians killed during the Croatian Army’s ‘Operation Storm’ in 1995 were found in a mass grave in the coastal city of Zadar.>>>
Timeline of events in the case against 13 former Serb fighters charged with committing war crimes in the villages of Cuska, Zahac, Ljubenic and Pavlac in Kosovo in 1999.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.