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Croatia says it wants a 65,000 euro payback from former Croatian general Mirko Norac, who was convicted of war crimes, after it had to compensate the victims’ families.
The ICTY Chief Prosecutor says he is disappointed with the acquittal of two Croatian generals, while Serbia announces prosecution of crimes committed during the Croatian military operation Storm.
Tens of thousands welcomed the former Croatian Army general back to his birthplace of Pakostane following his acquittal of war crimes by the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia, ICTY.
Ivo Sanader has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for taking bribes from two foreign companies.
Representatives of refugee associations in Serbia will submit a draft resolution to Serbia's parliament following the surprise acquittal in The Hague of generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac.
Serbian politicians believe that the acquittal of two Croatian generals by the Hague Tribunal will not contribute to reconciliation and European future of the region.
In a short interview given to the Serbian newspapers Kurir, Ante Gotovina called on all Croatian Serbs who fled Operation Storm [Oluja] in 1995 to return to their pre war homes.
The verdict on Croatia's former prime minister, Ivo Sanader, in the first of two trials for bribery will be delivered on November 20, presiding judge of County Court in Zagreb Ivan Turudic announced on Thursday.
Tens of thousands of Croats gathered at the main square in the capital to greet army generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac after they were acquitted of war crimes charges in the Hague.
Serbian officials condemn the acquittal of two Croatian generals, accusing the Hague Tribunal of undermining its own credibility.
Croats celebrated the acquittal of Croatian army generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, with the President and Prime Minister saying they were not guilty of war crimes.
Hague Tribunal quashes first instance verdict that jailed Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac for 24 and 18 years respectively for crimes against Serbs in 'Operation Storm'.
Radimir Cacic resigned on Wednesday after a court in Hungary sentenced him to 22 months in prison for killing two persons in a car accident in January 2010.
Ivo Sanader 'betrayed vital national interests', prosecutors said in their closing words on Wednesday in the bribery trial concerning Hypo bank and the Hungarian oil company MOL.
Croatian former prime minister Ivo Sanader claimed "he did good for Croatia" on Tuesday during the second day of his defence speech in the first of two bribery trials.
Former Prime Minister Ivo Sanader on Monday denied having received funds from Hypo bank in 1994, starting his defence speech in first of two trials for bribery.
Ten years after the Thessaloniki summit, the EU enlargement process for the western Balkans needs an injection of new energy.
Croatian Airlines flight attendants agreed to end the strike against jobs and wage cuts on Tuesday, after edight days.