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29 Jun 16 Serbian MPs Call for Srebrenica Genocide Resolution

Two Serbian parliamentary factions have called on the national assembly to urgently adopt a resolution on the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica ahead of the 21st anniversary next month.

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29 Jun 16 Bosnian Serb Soldier Goes on Trial in Belgrade

The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb soldier Dalibor Maksimovic, who is accused of killings and rapes near the Bosnian town of Bratunac in 1992, opened at a Serbian court.

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28 Jun 16 Serbs Celebrate Vidovdan and the Battle of Kosovo Amid Tight Security

Serb pilgrims, clergymen and politicians peacefully marked significant religious and historic events in Kosovo under heightened security measures.

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serbia-will-not-open-chapter-23-in-june-06-27-2016
27 Jun 16 Croatia, Britain, Stop Serbia Opening Chapter

Serbia will not be able to open Chapter 23 in its EU membership talks, as it had hoped to do, following objections from Croatia and Britain.

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serbia-lacks-political-support-for-establishing-transitional-justice-progress-hlc-says-06-22-2016
22 Jun 16 Serbia Making no Progress on Transitional Justice, Report

There has been no significant progress in establishing transitional justice processes in Serbia, due to slow and inefficient war-crime trials and a lack of political will, a Humanitarian Law Centre report says.

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20 Jun 16 Serbian, Croatian Leaders Sign up to Closer Ties

Serbian Prime Minister-designate Aleksandar Vucic and Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic have signed an agreement on enhancing the relationship between the two countries.

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questioning-of-milosevic-s-arrest-serves-vucic-for-opposition-defamations-06-15-2016
17 Jun 16 Serbia PM Using Milosevic Probe as Distraction, Critics Say

As Aleksandar Vucic weighs an investigation into the possibly illegality of the arrest, critics say the PM is trying to distract the public from domestic crises.

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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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10 Jun 16 Serbian MPs Urged to Make Srebrenica Genocide Declaration

Serbian human rights NGOs called on MPs to adopt a parliamentary resolution unequivocally condemning the massacres of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in July 1995 as genocide.

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un-slams-serbia-for-not-cooperating-with-the-hague-06-09-2016
09 Jun 16 UN Court Accuses Serbia of Non-Cooperation

The UN war crimes court accused Serbia of violating cooperation agreements and undermining justice efforts by not arresting three Serbian Radical Party members accused of interfering with witnesses.

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serbian-ex-security-chief-again-dodged-journalist-murder-trial-06-08-2016
08 Jun 16 Serbian Ex-Security Chief Misses Murder Trial Again

Former state security official Franko Simatovic, who could reveal the secret service’s role in the 1999 murder of opposition journalist Slavko Curuvija, again failed to appear as a witness in court.

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birn-s-kosovo-war-film-screened-in-pristina-06-03-2016
03 Jun 16 BIRN’s Kosovo War Film Screened in Pristina

BIRN’s award-winning documentary The Unidentified, investigating the commanders responsible for some of the most brutal attacks of the Kosovo war, was shown in Pristina for a second time.

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fugitive-bosnian-serb-general-s-trial-delayed-06-01-2016
01 Jun 16 Fugitive Bosnian Serb General’s Trial Delayed in Serbia

The Belgrade trial of Novak Djukic, already convicted in Sarajevo of ordering a deadly artillery strike on the town of Tuzla, was delayed until further notice because court transcripts haven’t arrived.

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30 May 16 Serbian Parties Row Over Monument to Djindjic

Members of the Democratic Party have denounced the Serbian Prime Minister's plan to erect a monument to the former Prime Minister assassinated in 2003.

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complaint-filed-against-ex-bosnian-serb-official-for-bosnian-war-crimes-05-30-2016
30 May 16 Bosnian Serb Ex-Official Accused of War Crimes

The Belgrade-based Humanitarian Law Centre and a Bosnian war victims’ association filed a complaint against a former Bosnian Serb official, accusing him of responsibility for murders, looting and illegal detentions.

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