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29 Mar 11 / 11:42:16 TV Justice Magazine

Episode 14: Crimes Committed in Kostana Hospital


The February issue of TV Justice brings an overview of the most important trials held before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in January.

In the second part of the show you can watch reportage about crimes committed in the Kostana hospital in Stolac in 1993.

The crimes committed in Stolac are still considered “a taboo”, even by former detainees. They still do not talk much about what happened in the Kostana hospital. Three verdicts, passed down by the Mostar Court, are the only pieces of evidence that the crimes did happen in the second half of 1993.

We spoke to Nerin Dizdar, founder of the Youth Forum from Stolac, about the life in that town 15 years after the end of the war.  

What do Banja Luka citizens think about the processing of war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina?

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