31 Mar 15 Serbia PM: Seselj Being Used to Punish Belgrade

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said the Hague Tribunal’s decision to release Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj and then recall him to custody was intended to undermine his government.

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31 Mar 15 Croatia Convicts Serb Militiaman of Killing ‘Human Shields’

Zagreb county court sentenced former Croatian Serb militiaman Leonard Jankovic to ten years in jail for war crimes against civilians and prisoners of war who were abused and killed in 1991.

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30 Mar 15 Hague Tribunal Orders Seselj Back into Custody

The international war crimes court revoked the temporary release of Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj, ordering him to return to custody in the Netherlands immediately.

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27 Mar 15 Kosovo Serb Leader Ivanovic ‘Accompanied Paramilitary Abductors’

A witness at Kosovo Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic’s trial said she saw him with a paramilitary police group that seized her son and appealed to him for help.

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23 Mar 15 Bosniak Soldier Acquitted of Killing Hadzici Serbs

Former Bosnian Army serviceman Azemin Sadikovic was cleared of killing four Serb civilians in the village of Kasatici in the Hadzici municipality in May 1992.

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20 Mar 15 Bosnian Croat Fighter Jailed for Ten Years

The Bosnian state court sentenced a former member of the Croatian Defence Council, Josip Tolic, to ten years in prison for crimes against civilians in towns of Bosanski Brod and Odzak.

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18 Mar 15 Bosnian Serb Soldier Indicted for Bratunac Killings

The Bosnian prosecution filed an indictment against ex-soldier Dalibor Maksimovic, accusing him of involvement in the killing and rape of villagers in the Bratunac area in 1992.

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17 Mar 15 Bosnia Cuts Iraqi Fighter’s Jail Sentence

Abduladhim Maktouf, an Iraqi who fought in a Bosnian Army ‘mujahideen’ unit during the conflict, had his sentence for illegally detaining Croat civilians reduced from five years to three.

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12 Mar 15 Bosnian Serb Military Policeman Acquitted

The Bosnian Court of Appeals acquitted former Bosnian Serb Army Commander Savo Babic of charges of illegal arrests, abuse, forced disappearance and murder of Bosniak civilians in Vuk Karadzic School in Bratunac in May 1992.

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12 Mar 15 Milan Lukic Demands Jail Transfer from Estonia

Milan Lukic, who was sentenced to life in prison for crimes committed in Visegrad, wants to be transferred from an Estonian prison due to the language barrier and because his family lives far away.

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10 Mar 15 Kosovo Fighter Claims Alibi Over Serb's Murder

A Kosovo Liberation Army doctor testified at the trial of the KLA's Drenica Group that one of the accused was in hospital at the time that a Serb policeman was murdered.

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10 Mar 15 Serbian Fighters Plead Not Guilty to Kosovo Killings

Three men accused of being part of a Yugoslav Army unit that killed 46 ethnic Albanians in an attack on the Kosovo village of Ljubenic in 1999 pleaded not guilty to war crimes.

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09 Mar 15 Serbia Orders Retrial for Bijeljina Wartime Rapes

Miodrag Zivkovic, a Serb wartime volunteer fighter accused of involvement in the rape of two Bosniak women in Bijeljina in 1992, will be retried in Belgrade.

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09 Mar 15 Bosnia Prosecution Claims War Crimes Success

The Bosnian prosecution marked its tenth anniversary of dealing with war crimes by insisting that it has indicted more suspects than ever in the past two years.

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09 Mar 15 Croatia Tries Serbian ‘Scorpions’ Paramilitary

A member of the Scorpions paramilitary unit has gone on trial in Osijek in Croatia, accused of helping to execute six Bosniaks from Srebrenica during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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