hadzic-jna-fully-controlled-croatia
02 Sep 14 Croatian Serb Leader Denies Arming Paramilitaries

Goran Hadzic told his war crimes trial that Belgrade had full control over territory seized in Croatia during the 1991-95 war, and local Serbs had no power over paramilitary fighters and militias.

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serbia-locates-alleged-organ-trafficking-doctor
02 Sep 14 Serbia Locates Alleged Organ Trafficking Doctor

The Serbian authorities say that doctor Yusuf Sonmez, who is accused by the EU rule-of-law of mission in Kosovo of people trafficking and organised crime, has been located in Amsterdam.

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hadzic-trial-resumes-after-summer-break
01 Sep 14 Goran Hadzic Denies Controlling Paramilitary Arkan

Former Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadzic resumed his war crimes defence at the Hague Tribunal, distancing himself from Serb paramilitaries fighting in Croatia and from Slobodan Milosevic.

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croatia-threatens-serbia-s-eu-path-over-wartime-missing
01 Sep 14 Croatia Threatens Serbia’s EU Path Over Wartime Missing

Zagreb said it could obstruct Serbia and other Balkan countries’ paths to EU membership if they do not provide more information about Croats who went missing during the 1991-95 war.

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serbia-not-avoiding-to-prosecuting-high-ranking-suspects
29 Aug 14 Serbia Denies Avoiding Prosecutions of Top Officials

Serbian war crimes prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic denied allegations that Belgrade was not prosecuting high-ranking war crimes suspects, arguing that it was the Hague Tribunal’s job.

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un-to-discus-belgrade-pristina-relations
29 Aug 14 War Crimes Court in Focus at UN Kosovo Debate

At Friday's UN session on Kosovo, the formation of a special court to try war crimes committed by Kosovo Albanian fighters in the 1990s will be on the agenda.

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kosovo-serbs-condemn-albanian-protest
29 Aug 14 Kosovo Protesters Stop Serbs From Attending Church

Several hundred Kosovo Albanians protesting about missing persons from the conflict of the 1990s prevented a busload of Serbs from attending a church service in western Kosovo.

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balkan-states-not-doing-enough-about-missing-serbs
28 Aug 14 Balkan States ‘Not Doing Enough’ About Missing Serbs

The Serbian missing persons commission said former Yugoslav countries should do more to find and return the bodies of several thousand Serbs still missing since the 1990s wars.

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yugoslav-general-to-serve-jail-term-in-finland
27 Aug 14 Yugoslav General to Serve War Crimes Term in Finland

Former Yugoslav Army general Nebojsa Pavkovic, convicted of murders and deportations in Kosovo in 1999, will serve his 22-year sentence in Finland, rather than in Serbia as Belgrade would like.

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kosovo-serb-leader-pleads-not-guilty-for-war-crimes
26 Aug 14 Kosovo Serb Leader Pleads Innocent to War Crimes

Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic pleaded not guilty to committing war crimes during the Kosovo conflict and inciting the murder of Albanians during clashes that erupted afterwards.

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serbia-hunt-for-kosovo-war-bodies-inconclusive
21 Aug 14 Serbia Hunt for Kosovo War Bodies Inconclusive

Investigators have failed to find more corpses of Kosovo Albanian victims during a renewed search at a quarry in southern Serbia where 45 bodies have already been exhumed.

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indictment-for-crimes-in-rogatica-and-foca-confirmed
21 Aug 14 Bosnian Army Soldiers Indicted for Attacking Serbs

Ex-servicemen Muhamed Sisic, Tarik Sisic, Emir Drakovac and Aziz Susa are accused of wartime crimes in Rogatica and Foca, including a deadly attack on fleeing Serb civilians.

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ivanovic-to-apear-before-kosovo-court-on-august-26
18 Aug 14 Kosovo Serb Leader Awaits War Crimes, Murder Trial

Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic will go on trial on August 26 for war crimes during the Kosovo conflict as well as committing murder during clashes that erupted afterwards.

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kosovo-indicts-serb-politician
13 Aug 14 Oliver Ivanovic Indicted For War Crimes in Kosovo

Kosovo Special Prosecutor on Monday issued an indictment against the prominent Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic.

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croatia-court-vetoes-anti-cyrillic-referendum
12 Aug 14 Croatia Court Vetoes ‘Anti-Cyrillic’ Referendum

Court says referendum on minority rights - effectively centring on Serbian Cyrillic signs in Vukovar - may not take place as the proposed changes would undermine constitutionally guaranteed human rights.

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Timeline – Cuska Case

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.

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Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.

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