31 Mar 15 Serbian Fighters’ Kosovo Massacre Convictions Overturned

A verdict convicting nine former Serbian fighters of killing more than 118 Albanians near the Kosovo town of Pec/Peja in 1999 was annulled and the case sent for retrial.

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31 Mar 15 Serbia PM: Seselj Being Used to Punish Belgrade

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said the Hague Tribunal’s decision to release Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj and then recall him to custody was intended to undermine his government.

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30 Mar 15 Hague Tribunal Orders Seselj Back into Custody

The international war crimes court revoked the temporary release of Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj, ordering him to return to custody in the Netherlands immediately.

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27 Mar 15 Kosovo Serb Leader Ivanovic ‘Accompanied Paramilitary Abductors’

A witness at Kosovo Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic’s trial said she saw him with a paramilitary police group that seized her son and appealed to him for help.

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26 Mar 15 Kosovo Mourns Anniversary of Suhareka Killings

Hundreds of people gathered in the Kosovo town of Suhareka/Suva Reka to commemorate the 16th anniversary of attacks by Serbian forces that left more than 500 civilians dead.

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25 Mar 15 Serbia Mourns NATO Bombing Victims

Hundreds of people gathered in Belgrade on the 16th anniversary of the air strikes on Yugoslavia that ended the Kosovo war in 1999 to commemorate the victims of NATO’s bombing.

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24 Mar 15 Kosovo President: NATO Air Strikes Were ‘Humanitarian’

On the 16th anniversary of the launch of NATO’s strikes on Yugoslavia, President Atifete Jahjaga said the Western military intervention had prevented genocide and helped set Kosovo free.

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24 Mar 15 ‘Naked Island’ Film Revisits Yugoslav Prison Colony

Director Tiha K. Gudac’s documentary was inspired by her grandfather’s experience of being imprisoned at the notorious Communist-era Goli Otok jail camp on a Croatian island.

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23 Mar 15 North Kosovo Land Row Stalls Post-War Rebuilding

Competing claims from Albanians and Serbs over land in Mitrovica in northern Kosovo have prevented the reconstruction of houses for people seeking to return after the 1990s conflict.

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23 Mar 15 Serbian Chetnik’s Proposed Rehabilitation Sparks Dispute

New rehabilitation hearings for Chetnik leader Dragoljub Mihailovic, convicted of high treason and Nazi collaboration in 1946, have revived bitter disagreements between his supporters and opponents.

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18 Mar 15 Deadly 2004 Unrest ‘Damaged Kosovo’s Image’

Political analysts in Pristina said that Kosovo’s image has suffered because of violent unrest 11 years ago that left 19 people dead.

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18 Mar 15 Serbia Arrests Eight for Srebrenica Massacre

Serbia has detained eight former Bosnian Serb policemen accused of involvement in the mass killings of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in July 1995.

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16 Mar 15 Hague Tribunal Rejects Goran Hadzic Release Plea

The UN-backed court turned down a request for provisional release for medical treatment from former Croatian Serb leader Hadzic, who is on trial for alleged war crimes.

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12 Mar 15 Croats Split on Value of Serbian Minister's Visit

Croatian political analysts differ on the lasting signficance of Wednesday’s visit to Zagreb of Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic.

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12 Mar 15 Serbs Honour Assassinated PM Djindjic's Memory

Wreaths and flowers were laid on Thursday in Belgrade in memory of Zoran Djindic, the Prime Minister who was shot dead 12 years ago.

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