bosnian-croat-fighter-indicted-for-mostar-prisoner-abuse
22 Jul 14 Bosnian Croat Fighter Indicted for Mostar Prisoner Abuse

Former Croatian Defence Council member Ivan Zelenika was charged with war crimes against Bosniak civilians who were imprisoned at the ‘Heliodrom’ detention camp in Mostar in 1993.

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bosniak-soldiers-charged-with-wartime-abuse
18 Jul 14 Bosniak Soldiers Charged With Wartime Abuse

The Bosnian prosecution has filed an indictment against Rasema Handanovic and Elmedin Causevic for crimes against the civil population in the Konjic area.

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alukic-and-hirkic-convicted-for-prijedor-killings
18 Jul 14 Bosniak Fighters Jailed for Prijedor Killings

Former Bosniak fighters Semir Alukic and Fikret Hirkic were convicted of killing two Serb civilians and attempting to murder two others near Prijedor in 1992.

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bosnian-serb-soldier-charged-with-fatal-beatings
17 Jul 14 Bosnian Serb Soldier Charged With Fatal Beatings

Ex-military policeman Blagoje Vlacic was indicted for beating Bosniak civilian prisoners to death at an improvised jail in a restaurant in Sekovici in north-eastern Bosnia in May 1993.

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seven-months-delay-in-lovas-trial
17 Jul 14 Serb Fighters Await Retrial for Croatia Village Killings

Despite being initially scheduled for February, the retrial of 13 Serb fighters for murdering dozens of civilians in the Croatian village of Lovas in 1991 will only start in September.

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bosnian-croat-fighters-indicted-for-multiple-rapes
16 Jul 14 Bosnian Croat Fighters Indicted for Multiple Rapes

Four former fighters were charged with crimes against civilians, including multiple rapes, torture and humiliating sexual abuse of Serb women, in the Odzak area in the summer of 1992.

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dutch-peacekeeper-recalls-terrified-srebrenica-captives
16 Jul 14 Dutch Peacekeeper Recalls 'Terrified' Srebrenica Captives

Testimony from a former member of the Dutch batallion tasked with protecting Srebrenica in 1995 described how frightened Bosniak men were separated from their families by Serb forces.

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prosecution-no-grounds-for-seselj-s-compensation
15 Jul 14 Hague Prosecution Rejects Vojislav Seselj Cash Demand

The prosecution asked the Hague Tribunal to dismiss Serbian Radical Party leader Seselj’s request for 12 million euro in compensation because he has been in custody for 11 years.

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bosnian-serb-soldier-indicted-for-frontline-killings
15 Jul 14 Bosnian Serb Soldier Indicted for Frontline Killings

Pera Radisic, a former serviceman with the Bosnian Serb Army, was indicted for alleged crimes against Bosniak civilians on the frontline in the Teslic area in 1992 and 1993.

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case-against-sima-s-chetnicks-sent-for-retrial
15 Jul 14 Serbia Sends ‘Sima’s Chetniks’ Paramilitaries for Retrial

Six former members of the paramilitary group Sima’s Chetniks, previously convicted of killing 28 civilians including children during the Bosnian war, were sent for retrial.

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zagreb-demands-wartime-croatian-serb-leader-s-extradition
14 Jul 14 Zagreb Demands Wartime Croatian Serb Leader’s Extradition

A European arrest warrant has been issued for former Croatian Serb leader Milan Martic, who is serving a war crimes sentence in Estonia, accusing him of bombing two Croatian towns.

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iraqi-fighter-convicted-of-bosnia-wartime-detentions
14 Jul 14 Iraqi Fighter Convicted of Bosnia Wartime Detentions

Abduladhim Maktouf, an Iraqi who fought in a Bosnian Army ‘mujahideen’ unit during the conflict, was sentenced to five years in jail at his retrial for illegally detaining Croat civilians.

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serbian-court-upheld-aquital-verdict-for-bosnia-war-crimes
14 Jul 14 Serbia Upholds Bosniak Soldier’s Prison Camp Acquittal

The Serbian appeals court upheld the acquittal of ex-fighter Samir Hondo, clearing him of torturing and abusing Serb civilians in the Celebici detention camp in Bosnia in 1992.

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bosnian-croat-fighter-seized-prisoners-from-prozor-school
11 Jul 14 Bosnian Croat Fighter ‘Seized Prisoners from Prozor School’

Witnesses told the trial of Bosnian Croat ex-fighter Nikola Maric that the defendant took six prisoners from a secondary school in Prozor, who then disappeared without trace.

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seselj-remains-in-custody
10 Jul 14 Hague Tribunal Refuses to Free Vojislav Seselj

After weeks of speculation about the possible release of Serbian Radical Party leader Seselj before the verdict in his war crimes trial, the UN-backed court said he must remain in custody.

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