Hague Tribunal

Bosnian Serb Ex-Fighter ‘Didn’t Kill’ Bosniaks in Burning House

Radomir Susnjar told the Bosnian state court on Thursday that he felt pity for the victims, but did not participate in the murder of 57 civilians in a house in Pionirska Street in Visegrad in June 1992.

"I do not feel guilty, because I am not the person who did that," said ex-fighter Susnjar.

OSCE Mission Chief: Bosnia ‘Too Slow’ in Prosecuting War Crimes

"We recommended to the Bosnian state prosecution to reconstitute regional teams that they had in order to maintain expertise in a particular area of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I think a part of [the problem] is the management, a part of it is the quality of indictments, so I think that there is an issue there," Berton explained.

"New evidence against Haradinaj, documentation secured"

Milovan Drecun had pointed out that almost 160 illegal prison camps of the terrorist KLA was identified.
Drecun said RTS that Working group made efforts to gather as much evidence as possible, in order to provide documentation and potential witnesses that would confirm the crimes committed by Haradinaj.

Kosovo Politicians Voice Sympathy After ‘War Crimes Suspect’ PM Resigns

The shock resignation of Ramush Haradinaj drew sympathetic comments from senior Kosovo officials and politicians on Friday after the prime minister was summoned for questioning by the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor's Office in The Hague, which is investigating crimes committed during and just after the Kosovo war, from 1998 to 2000.

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