Effective Impunity: How a Wartime Rapist Avoided Punishment in Bosnia

The warrant was published in the local media and listed the perpetrators with their full names and dates of birth. It also listed their potential locations. For Juric, the court stated that his location was "unknown", although in the judgment itself, the judge stated that Juric lives and works in a neighbouring country.

Defence to Offer ‘Secret Files’ Evidence in Montenegro ‘Coup Plot’ Retrial

Democratic Front leaders Milan Knezevic (L) and Andrija Mandic (R) at a pre-election rally in Podgorica, Montenegro in March. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC

Defence lawyer Miroje Jovanovic asked the court to separate the proceedings against Mandic, Knezevic and Mandic's driver Mihailo Cadjenovic from the other ten defendants as the secret files apparently do not relate to them.

NEXO: Antoni Trenchev and Kosta Kanchev do not appear on Interpol or Europol lists (UPDATED)

"The founders of Nexo, Antoni Trenchev and Kosta Kanchev, do not appear on either the Interpol or Europol lists, as they have not been issued red notices and European arrest warrants." This is what the Nexo company said in a press release.

Montenegro Arrests Fugitive Crypto Fraudster Do Kwon at Airport

Montenegrin police officers in the capital Podgorica. Photo: BIRN/Samir Kajosevic

"The Montenegrin police has apprehended an individual believed to be one of the most-wanted fugitives, the South Korean national Do Kwon, the co-founder and CEO of Terraform Labs based in Singapore," Adzic said on Twitter. "We are awaiting official confirmation of his identity," he added.

Bosnia Seeks Wartime Army Commander’s Extradition from Turkey

The Bosnian state court told BIRN that it has written to the Turkish authorities seeking the extradition of Sakib Mahmuljin, who was jailed for eight years for failing to stop Middle Eastern volunteer fighters mistreating and murdering captured Serb soldiers, medical staff and civilians, but failed to appear to start serving his sentence.

Gasic visits UAE

BELGRADE - Serbian Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic is on an official visit to the UAE, where he attended the ceremonial opening of the March 7-9 World Police Summit in Dubai, the Serbian Interior Ministry said in a statement.

Pristina's Interpol membership request taken off agenda

LYON/BELGRADE - The so-called Kosovo's Interpol membership bid has been taken off the agenda of the organisation's General Assembly, Tanjug learns.

The request had been included in the Interpol Executive Committee's first draft agenda for a General Assembly session in Vienna, but was subsequently omitted from the final version.

Serbian Police Ex-Commander Wanted in Kosovo for War Crimes

Special prosecutor Ilir Morina told BIRN Kosovo's 'Kallxo Pernime' TV programme on Wednesday evening that the former commander of Serbian police special forces, Goran 'Guri' Radosavljevic, is one of the suspects wanted for the Recak/Racak massacre on January 15, 1999.

"As far as the Kosovo state prosecution knows, he is in Serbia," Morina said.