The wife of wartime Bosnian Serb military leader and Hague fugitive Ratko Mladic will face court in Belgrade on Friday.
A former Serbian intelligence operative named as the forger in Macedonia’s “spy file” case has denied any connection with the controversial documents.
Serbian President Boris Tadic began an official two-day visit to Croatia today, his second trip to the country this month.
The Serbian prosecutor's office says that it will appeal Monday's verdict sentencing two men to six and 15 years in prison for the murder of 700 Bosniaks during the war in Bosnia.
Chief UN war crimes prosecutor Serge Brammertz says the key to resolving the case of the remaining two fugitives, Ratko Mladic and Goran Hadzic, is in Serbia.
Serbian officials announced today that the country has requested Interpol's assistance in the search for war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, and that new leads have emerged following recent raids.
Bosnia's war-time leaders welcomed Interpol's decision to clamp down on abuses of the system of international arrest warrants for war crimes
An investigation is ongoing against former military intelligence chief Aco Tomic on suspicion that he helped war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic hide from justice, Serbia's interior minister confirmed on Monday.
A much anticipated verdict in a trial against individuals who allegedly helped war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic hide from authorities, expected to be announced on Thursday in Belgrade, has been postponed.
Macedonia says it cannot investigate reports that ethnic Albanian officials spied for Serbia in the 1980s and 1990s until Belgrade forwards original copies of the relevant secret service files.
Tuesday's search for the associates of war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic is simply another show, Serbian military analysts say.
Serbian police have searched three locations where people close to war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic are believed to be situated, Balkan Insight has learned from the Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office.
Belgrade did not plan the 2001 Macedonian armed conflict between ethnic Albanian rebels and state security forces, officials active during the conflict say.
An Australian surgeon who lifted the lid on his time fighting with the Kosovo Liberation Army in explosive memoirs published this year has condemned the ‘smear campaign’ launched against him by the Serbian war crimes prosecutor.
The head of Macedonia's Lustration Commission confirmed today that it has received a file alleging that a prominent Albanian leader was a Serbian spy, and that it is now up to the secret services to verify the file's authenticity.
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.