A new investigation aims to shed light on whether the Yugoslav Army murdered Albanian refugees on a remote border post in 1999.
Bishop says time has come to solve spate of unsolved wartime murders of Croat civilians.
Ex-president's sudden death feeds keen sense of victimhood felt by many Serbs.
The trial itself diverted world opinion from the court’s fundamentally flawed pursuit of justice.
There are striking similarities between Seselj and Glavas and their respective protests.
General charged with ethnic cleansing of Serbs arrested in Spain.
Activists fear highlighting wartime corruption may undermine effort to open up crimes of murder.
Radical party leader’s real worries may be more to do with crumbling ratings than ill treatment.
The first ever trial to be held in Bosnia for genocide will mark a milestone in the brief history of Sarajevo's new war crimes chamber.
Blow to Sarajevo as judges rule Belgrade did not aid or abet genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992-5 war.
A Croatian politician on trial for war crimes has been elected to parliament, raising the issue of whether or not he will be released from custody in order to take his seat.
Relatives of war-crimes fugitive claim police target them for standing by their ‘hero’.
Sarajevo_ Bosnia’s Minister of Justice, Barisa Colak, has called for urgent action to deal with the huge obstacles in the way of prosecuting war crimes suspects, while courts across country continue to apply five different criminal codes.
Serb leader provided key testimony against his former allies.
They top the tribunal's most wanted list but some are becoming ever more convinced that they shouldn't be sent to The Hague.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.