04 Feb 16 Serbia Jails Bosnian Serb Soldier for Srebrenica Massacre

Bosnian Serb ex-soldier Brano Gojkovic was jailed for ten years after making a plea bargain with the Serbian prosecution, admitting he took part in executing 800 Bosniaks from Srebrenica in 1995.

Full Article
03 Feb 16 Belgrade Protesters Rally for Srebrenica Case Activist

Protesters rallied outside the magistrates court in Belgrade before rights activist Anita Mitic’s hearing for allegedly breaking Serbian law by holding a commemoration of the Srebrenica massacres last year.

Full Article
26 Jan 16 Bosnian Army Commander Naser Oric Goes on Trial

Former Srebrenica commander Oric went on trial in Sarajevo for war crimes, accused of being responsible for killing three Serbs in 1992 - a case which has angered the country’s Bosniaks.

Full Article
13 Jan 16 Bosniak Parents Threaten Srebrenica School Boycott

Bosniak parents in Srebrenica have threatened to boycott the local primary school in the latest row over language and education in the country’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska.

Full Article
05 Jan 16 Srebrenica Arrests Divide Serbs and Bosniaks

The arrest of three Bosniak ex-fighters suspected of crimes against Serb villagers in the Srebrenica area in 1992 was welcomed by Serb victims’ groups but angered Bosniak genocide survivors.

Full Article
22 Dec 15 Bosniak Commander Oric’s Trial Set for January

The trial of Bosniak wartime commander Naser Oric for crimes against Serb prisoners of war in the Srebrenica and Bratunac areas will begin on January 26 next year.

Full Article
22 Dec 15 ‘Dozens of Victims’ Found in Srebrenica Mass Grave

A new mass grave found by the Bosnian authorities near the north-eastern town of Kozluk contains the remains of more than 50 victims believed to be massacred Bosniaks from Srebrenica.

Full Article
15 Dec 15 Bosnia Arrests Serb Policeman Over Srebrenica Crimes

Former Bosnian Serb policeman Milan Bogdanovic was arrested on suspicion that he was involved in crimes against humanity in the Srebrenica area in the summer of 1995.

Full Article
24 Nov 15 US-Published Documents Show West’s Srebrenica Failure

The US National Security Archive published documents detailing how the UN and international community failed to take action to prevent the Srebrenica massacres in July 1995.

Full Article
24 Nov 15 Srebrenica Commander Oric’s War Crimes Case Delayed

Former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric’s trial will only begin after the UN court in The Hague decides whether the case should be dropped because he has already been acquitted of the charges.

Full Article
16 Nov 15 Serbia Hands Over €2 Million Aid to Srebrenica

Srebrenica mayor Camil Durakovic confirmed receiving the two million euro in development aid promised by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic during his visit last week.

Full Article
16 Nov 15 Serbian PM’s Aid Offer Divides Locals in Srebrenica

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic’s promise of development cash for Srebrenica last week pleased local businesses - but some say Belgrade owes the stricken Bosnian town a lot more.

Full Article
11 Nov 15 Serbia PM Revisits Srebrenica After July Attack

Srebrenica victims’ groups are hoping for a more positive outcome from Wednesday’s visit by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, who was attacked while attending July’s 20th anniversary commemorations of the massacres.

Full Article
09 Nov 15 Drop Srebrenica Case Against Naser Oric, Lawyers Urge

Lawyers for former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric asked the Hague Tribunal to order Bosnia to halt war crimes proceedings against him because he has already been acquitted of the charges.

Full Article
26 Oct 15 Netherlands Taken to Euro Court over Srebrenica

Victims’ families filed a complaint to the European Court of Human Rights against the Netherlands for failing to investigate whether its peacekeeping commanders in Srebrenica allowed Bosniaks to be killed.

Full Article

Daily Newsletter

* indicates required
Balkan Transitional Justice Daily
Email Format