Claims by Serbia’s war crimes prosecutor, Vladimir Vukcevic, that London police detained a member of Bosnia’s war-time presidency for war crimes have been slammed as “completely untrue”.>>>
Serbian and Montenegrin justice ministers have agreed to foster bilateral cooperation in the judiciary sector and to resolve procedural problems in the case of Darko Saric, alleged boss of a criminal group accused of smuggling over 2 tons of cocaine.>>>
Police in Belgrade ended a search on Tuesday afternoon of war crime indictee Ratko Mladic's house and surroundings in the Banovo Brdo neighbourhood in Belgrade, saying they confiscated "a number of movable objects and a small sum of money".
A two-day conference on the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, ICTY, will began on Tuesday in The Hague.>>>
Former detention camps inmates from Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia and Kosovo are meeting today in Dubrovnik in order to discuss a regional initiative for founding a commission to establish facts about the wars in the region in the 1990s.>>>
The International Court of Justice, ICJ, has set a deadline of December 20, 2010, for Croatia to submit its response to Serbia's genocide countersuit.>>>
A trial for crimes commited against Bosniaks in Prijedor in 1994 will open on February 18 in the war crimes chamber at the High Court in Belgrade.>>>
The Medak war crimes trial scheduled to resume today at Belgrade's High Court was postponed until March.>>>
The state parliament in Bosnia and Herzegovina has once again refused to discuss a resolution on Srebrenica.>>>
Serbia's War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic said that the Serbian security services are constantly working to locate and arrest the remaining fugitives wanted for war crimes - Ratko Mladic and Goran Hadzic.>>>
The trial against five individuals indicted for war crimes committed in Croatia in 1991 is scheduled to continue this week in the front of the High Court in Belgrade.>>>
The Hague Prosecution has filed a new indictment against Vojislav Seselj for contempt of the Tribunal.>>>
The trial of Pani Bulat and Rade Vranesevic, former Republika Srpska Krajina soldiers charged with the murder of six Croat civilians, will continue on Friday in Belgrade.>>>
Parliamentary resolutions condemning crimes committed during the wars in the former Yugoslavia received wide support in a recent poll conducted in Serbia.>>>
The Australian government will argue this month against the High Court decision concerning the extradition to Croatia of Dragan Vasiljevic, also known as Captain Dragan.>>>
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.