23 Jun 17 Hague Tribunal Shares Lessons of War Crime Probes

Prosecutors from the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia told a conference in Sarajevo about how they developed investigations into war crimes perpetrators and those who commanded them.

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23 Jun 17 Croatia Seeks Role in Bosnian Croats’ Hague Trial

Croatia has filed an appeal to the Hague war crimes tribunal, asking to be allowed to participate in the trial of six former Bosnian Croat officials, but prosecutors have objected.

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22 Jun 17 Serbian Official Blames Yugoslav Army for Croatia Crimes

Former Serbian security chief Jovica Stanisic’s lawyer told the Hague Tribunal that the Yugoslav People’s Army was responsible for crimes in the Serb-led Republic of Serbian Krajina wartime statelet in Croatia in 1991.

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21 Jun 17 Serbian Security Chiefs ‘Seen in Croatia Conflict Zone’

A former Yugoslav People’s Army colonel told the UN court in The Hague that he saw Serbian security chiefs Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic in 1991 in the Knin area, where crimes against Croats were committed.

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21 Jun 17 Hague Tribunal President: ‘We Offered Truth, Not Reconciliation’

The president of the UN’s war crimes court for the former Yugoslavia, Carmel Agius, said the Hague Tribunal established many crucial facts about the 1990s wars, but its job was never to provide reconciliation.

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20 Jun 17 Senior Kosovo Ex-Guerrillas’ Supreme Court Appeal Opens

Former senior Kosovo Liberation Army members Sylejman Selimi and Sami Lushtaku’s appeal against their conviction for war crimes against civilian prisoners began at the country’s Supreme Court.

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20 Jun 17 Serbian Official Denies Key Role in Croatian War

The defence lawyer for former security official Franko Simatovic told the Hague Tribunal that a witness’s claim that the Serbian State Security Service was a protagonist in the Croatian war in 1991 was false.

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15 Jun 17 Serbian Security ‘Trained Serb Forces in Croatia’

The defence lawyer for former Serbian State Security Service chief Jovica Stanisic rejected a witness’s claim that he saw the defendant in Knin in Croatia in 1991 and that Belgrade trained local Serb forces in the area.

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15 Jun 17 War Crimes Defendants Unharmed by Hague Jail Fire

Detainees at the UN war crimes court for the former Yugoslavia were not harmed when a fire erupted in a psychiatric unit cell at the high-security jail in Scheveningen in the Netherlands, killing one prisoner.

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14 Jun 17 Stanisic and Simatovic ‘Controlled Ethnic Cleansing Units’

At the retrial of former Serbian security chiefs Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic in The Hague, prosecutors said they were superior officers to units that committed grave crimes in Bosnia and Croatia.

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14 Jun 17 Bosnia Jails Ex-Policemen for Livno Prisoner Abuses

Former Croatian Defence Council military policemen Muamir Jasarevic and Sead Velagic were jailed for a total of two and a half years for abusing civilian detainees in the Bosnian town of Livno during wartime.

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13 Jun 17 Serbian Security Chiefs ‘Implemented Milosevic’s Criminal Plan’

As the retrial of former security chiefs Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic began in The Hague, prosecutors said they were “key participants” in a joint criminal enterprise to dominate parts of Croatia and Bosnia.

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12 Jun 17 Serbian Security Officials’ Hague Retrial to Begin

The retrial of former Serbian state security officials Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic, who are accused of war crimes in Bosnia and Croatia, will open at the UN court on Tuesday.

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08 Jun 17 Bosnian Ex-Soldiers Charged over Serb Boy’s Murder

Female ex-soldier Elfeta Veseli and former Bosnian Army unit commander Sakib Halilovic were charged with involvement in the killing of a 12-year old Serb boy in the Zvornik municipality in 1992.

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31 May 17 Belgrade Court Hears Defendant’s Statement in Srebrenica Case

A defendant's recorded statement was heard at the trial in Belgrade of eight Bosnian Serbs accused of killing hundreds of captured Bosniaks in 1995 in Kravica, in the Srebrenica region.

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