The Hague Tribunal said six former leaders of the wartime Bosnian Croat statelet Herceg-Bosna, accused of trying to create a ‘Greater Croatia’, can expect their verdict on May 29.>>>
As The Hague Tribunal moved the war crimes verdict on Serbian Radicals’ leader Vojislav Seselj back to October, his party said it proved that he is a political prisoner.>>>
Ex-police chief Milorad Zivkovic was jailed for six years for detaining and expelling Bosniaks from the eastern municipality of Cajnice in 1992 in a ruling that also saw a paramilitary fighter acquitted.>>>
Witnesses in the high-profile trial of the ‘Llapi Group’ claimed Kosovo Liberation Army commanders beat, tortured and killed their relatives at a wartime detention centre in Llapashtica/Lapastica.>>>
A former prisoner told the trial for war crimes committed in Hadzici near Sarajevo that he was physically assaulted after being taken to the Silos detention camp.>>>
A witness at the war crimes trial of Zoran Dragicevic testified that she felt intimidated into having sex with the Bosnian Serb soldier, but said she was not violently attacked.>>>
At the trial of three Bosnian Serb fighters, a witness said he was beaten and sexually humiliated in Visegrad in 1992 but wasn’t sure whether the defendant was among his abusers.>>>
Serbia has filed war crimes charges against former Bosnian Serb serviceman Djuro Tadic for killing 18 civilians in Bihac in north-west Bosnia in 1993.>>>
A witness told the war crimes trial of Tomislav Mercep, a former top Croatian interior ministry advisor, that her husband was killed at a military prison run by the defendant’s unit.>>>
Serbia’s appeals court quashed the guilty verdict against Marko Kasnjeti, a former Kosovo Liberation Army fighter jailed for war crimes against Serb civilians in 1999.>>>
At the retrial of former Bosnian Serb officials Gojko Klickovic and Mladen Drljaca, charged with expelling Bosniaks from Bosanska Krupa, the prosecution demanded a guilty verdict.>>>
Testifying at the trial of three Bosnian Serbs for war crimes in Prijedor in 1992, a witness said her husband, a local imam, was killed in front of the Carakovo village mosque.>>>
A Serbian police officer denied forcing Kosovo Albanians out of the Pec/Peja area during wartime, claiming his forces only wanted to help people to return to their homes.>>>
A witness in the high-profile ‘Llapi Group’ war crimes case denied he was beaten or tortured at a Kosovo Liberation Army detention centre in Llapashtica/Lapastica.>>>
A trial for war crimes in Prozor was told that many graves found in the area contained victims over the age of 60, but corpses of a child and a baby had also been exhumed.>>>
Timeline of events in the case against 13 former Serb fighters charged with committing war crimes in the villages of Cuska, Zahac, Ljubenic and Pavlac in Kosovo in 1999.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.