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15 Jun 11 / 11:16:25 TV Justice Magazine

Episode 17: Crimes in Susanj Village, Near Zenica, Go Uninvestigated

The May issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in April

In the second part of the show you can watch reportage on crimes committed in Susanj village, near Zenica.

About 20 Croat civilians were killed in Susanj village, near Zenica in June 1993. Nearly 20 years later no one has still been tried for that crime.

The former village, in which more than 100 families used to live, is now mostly inhabited by old people. The younger residents decided to start a new life in the Republic of Croatia. They mostly come to their home village for holidays.

This month we spoke to State Prosecutor Munib Halilovic about uninvestigated crimes and the difficulties faced in working on war crimes cases.

You can hear what Zenica citizens think about the processing of war crimes cases before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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