Supreme Court

Late US justice Ginsburg’s collectibles up for auction to benefit opera

Picasso ceramics, old masters works and a famous fur coat are among the pieces from the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg's art collection and personal items that are to be auctioned off near Washington this month.

Proceeds from the sale will go to the U.S. capital's Washington National Opera to support an art form close to the iconic Supreme Court justice's heart.

Montenegro Arrests Ex-Head of Supreme Court for Abuse of Office

Former president of the Montenegrin Supreme Court Vesna Medenica at a press conference. Photo: PR Centar

In the transcripts of the conversations using the encrypted messaging application Sky ECC, Milos Medenica claimed his mother was aware of their illegal business and said that they can expect protection from her.

Media reported that she was arrested for abuse of office.

Former President of the Montenegrin Supreme Court arrested

The news was confirmed to "Vijesti" and "Vijesti" Television from several sources from the Police Administration.
According to reliable information, Medenica was detained due to a well-founded suspicion that she committed two criminal acts - creation of a criminal organization and abuse of official position, according to the portal Vijesti.

Belgrade Slams War Crimes Conviction of Serb in Kosovo

Kosovo's Supreme Court announced on Wednesday that it has upheld the verdict convicting Serb fighter Zoran Djokic of war crimes against ethnic Albanian civilians in Peja/Pec in March and April 1999.

In February last year, Pristina Basic Court found Djokic guilty and sentenced him to 12 years in prison. The verdict was upheld by the Court of Appeals in November.