In a surprise verdict, a Hague court has ordered the Netherlands to compensate relatives of three victims of the 1995 massacre in the town – potentially opening the way for other compensation claims.
A rally in Sarajevo today will attempt to turn public attention from the trial of accused war criminal Ratko Mladic to the victims of the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
Survivors of detention camps in Bosnia have filed a criminal report to the country's state prosecutor against three top wartime Serb officials.
A French court has ordered former Bosnian Serb leaders Radovan Karadzic and Biljana Plavsic to pay €200,000 to a Bosnian family for wartime abuses in a potentially precedent-setting case.
Fifteen years since the end of Bosnia’s 1992-95 conflict, justice remains “painfully slow” for survivors of wartime rape, with only a handful of cases successfully prosecuted.
Following the adoption earlier this year of a resolution condemning the crimes committed in Srebrenica in 1995, the Serbian parliament has now passed a declaration condemning crimes committed against Serbs.
Tens of thousands of people from Bosnia and abroad began arriving in Srebrenica in the early morning hours on Sunday to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the largest mass murder in Europe since World War II.
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has confirmed an indictment in the Zulfikar Alispago case charging Alispago with war crimes against Bosnian Croat civilians in the village of Trusina during the war in Bosnia.
The tireless defender of Banja Luka’s Catholic community continues to fight for justice on behalf of his scattered and diminished flock, hundreds of whom perished in the war.
Various groups in Bosnia have reacted to Thursday's ruling by the UN war crimes tribunal in the Hague that found two Bosnian Serbs guilty of committing genocide and five others guilty of a variety of war crimes for their role in the killings in Srebrenica.>>>
The OSCE has warned that urgent steps are needed in Bosnia and Herzegovina to protect witnesses in war crimes cases from harassment and violence.>>>
Families of victims of the Srebrenica massacre want to file a lawsuit against Carla del Ponte over the destruction of artifacts found in mass graves at the site.>>>
While exhumation of a mass grave believed to contain the bodies of Kosovo Albanians is expected to start soon in Serbia, the Association of Families of Missing Serbs from Kosovo has announced that it will try to block the move unless certain conditions are met.>>>
Victims from Srebrenica and their families do not want politicians in Potocari if they do not adopt a resolution condemning the genocide committed in Srebrenica in July 1995.>>>
While some believe the former Bosnian Serb leader deserves extra time to prepare his defence – owing to the case’s complexity – others believe he is ‘playing games’ with the tribunal.