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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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19 Oct 15 Oric Denies Srebrenica War Crimes Charges

Former Bosnian Army commander Naser Oric has denied charges of committing war crimes in the Srebrenica region, so the case will now go to trial.

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29 Sep 15 Bosnian Court Eases Oric’s Travel Restrictions

The Bosnian state court has prolonged measures limiting the movements of Naser Oric but has allowed him free movement in the country’s Federation entity.

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15 Sep 15 Bosnian Serb Parliament Rejects Genocide Resolution

Parliament in Bosnia’s Serb-led entity Republika Srpska rejected a proposal from a Bosniak delegate to adopt a resolution condemning the Srebrenica massacres as genocide.

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15 Sep 15 Srebrenica Trial Exhibits Go on Show in Belgrade

An exhibition presenting the most important evidence from the Hague Tribunal’s Srebrenica genocide trials opened in Belgrade as part of events to mark the 20th anniversary of the massacres.

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10 Sep 15 Serbia Charges Ex-Policemen with Srebrenica Killings

The Serbian prosecution charged eight former Bosnian Serb policemen with war crimes over the killings of more than 100 Bosniaks from Srebrenica in July 1995.

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10 Sep 15 Bosnia Confirms Indictment of Srebrenica Commander Oric

The state court confirmed the indictment of former Bosnian Army commander Naser Oric for alleged war crimes in the Srebrenica region - charges which have been criticised by both Bosniaks and Serbs.

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31 Aug 15 Bosnian Serb Leader Slams Naser Oric Indictment

The president of Bosnia’s Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska has called the war crimes indictment of former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric “a farce” that will inevitably end in acquittal.

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25 Aug 15 Bosnian Police Chief Blamed for Vucic Attack Exonerated

A parliamentary committee has refused to sack a Bosnian police chief following accusations that he was to blame for the attack on the Serbian PM at the Srebrenica commemorations.

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