Kocijancic: No comment on Milosevic's property

BRUSSELS- Spokesperson of the high EU representative for foreign affairs and security policy Maja Kocijancic refused on Thursday to comment on media reports according to which High EU Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton decided to unfreeze the property of late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, his family and close associates.

Serbs in Bosnia "closely watching" Scottish referendum

Serbs in Bosnia "closely watching" Scottish referendum

Bosnian Serbs are "closely watching Scotland's independence referendum," the French agency AFP is reporting on Monday.

According to this, they are hoping that if Scots vote to break away from Britain "it would set a precedent that could boost their own chances of proclaiming a separate state."

RS Archives to put up Great War exhibition in Belgrade

BELGRADE - "Young Bosnia and the Sarajevo Assassination" (Mlada Bosna i Sarajevski atentat), an exhibition prepared by the Republika Srpska (RS) Archives based in Banja Luka to mark the centenary of the beginning of World War I, will be opened at the Archives of Yugoslavia in Belgrade on September 15.

Memorial service held for Serbs killed in Medacki dzep

BELGRADE - A memorial service for Serbs killed in September 1993 by Croatian forces in the Medacki dzep area was held at St. Mark's Church in Belgrade on Tuesday.

Dozens of people - members of the families of the victims and Serb refugees and expellees from Croatia - gathered for the memorial service.

Victims’ families want Medacki Dzep crimes prosecuted

BELGRADE - Families of the Serbs killed by the Croatian armed forces during an offensive on the territory of Medacki Dzep near the town of Gospic in western Croatia in 1993 Monday called on the authorities and competent institutions in Croatia to immediately prosecute those responsible for those crimes.