Radovan Karadzic has asked the Hague Tribunal not to implement a proposal to increase his trial to five days a week, saying the move would pose a threat to his health.
All missiles that hit Sarajevo during the course of the 1992-95 siege of the city were fired from positions held by Serbs, a prosecution witness has told the court in the Hague trial of Radovan Karadzic.
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic has stripped five high-ranking military officers of their military honours and ranks after the men were convicted by Croatian courts of crimes committed during the war in the 1990s, the Associated Press reports.
A request by Ramush Haradinaj, the former Prime Minister of Kosovo, to be provisionally released ahead of his retrial at The Hague has been denied.
The opening of the 'Mavrovo Workers' trial, into war crimes allegedly committed against several construction workers during Macedonia's 2001 armed conflict with ethnic Albanian insurgents, has again been postponed.
The closing arguments in the war crimes trials of three generals involved in Croatia's 1995 "Operation Storm", in which hundreds of ethnic Serbs were allegedly killed, are set to be heard in The Hague.
Former Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina member Elvir Jakupovic has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to war crimes charges.
Journalists and former UN officials are among witnesses set to be called to the Hague trial of former Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic.
Radovan Karadzic has confirmed that notebooks seized in Belgrade and presented by prosecutors at his warcrimes trial at The Hague were written by Ratko Mladic.
The trial of Radovan Karadzic has been suspended for two weeks while he examines video and audio recordings seized from the Belgrade home of Republika Srpska war time commander, Ratko Mladic.
Radovan Karadzic has called on the president of the Hague Tribunal to reverse decision to deny him contact with an Austrian journalist.
Sarajevo was a city "living in fear" during its 1992 siege, a former United Nations observer has told the trial of Radovan Karadzic in The Hague.
Radislav Krstic, the former Bosnian Serb army general who became the first person to be jailed in connection with the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, has won his bid to have his UK high-security jail status quashed.
Three new prosecution witnesses are expected to appear at the trial of Radovan Karadzic in The Hague which is set to continue after a three-week break.
Four former members of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, are facing genocide charges in connection with the massacre of more than 800 men and boys at Srebrenica, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has confirmed.
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.