Bosnian Genocide

Novosti: International Commission on Srebrenica?

"Novosti" notes that this idea has been present for a long time, but that it has been "reactivated" after the British government released confidential documents confirming that the Bosnian Serb attack on July 1995 was provoked by Bosniak forces and that the leaderships of Republika Srpska and Serbia did not organize or order crimes.

Bosnian Train Massacre Trial: Witnesses Find Convenient Scapegoat

The first year of the trial in Belgrade for the abduction and killing of 20 passengers from a train at Strpci station in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war in 1993 has heard testimony from relatives of the victims, other passengers, policemen, Bosnian Serb Army soldiers and the defendants themselves, as a fuller picture of the crime more than 26 years ago began to emerge.

Bosnia Spends €2 Million on ‘Divisive’ War Memorials

'A memorial shows that time can't erase everything'

The Gunpowder Depot building near Kalinovik, where Bosniaks were imprisoned during the war, remains unmarked as a detention site. Photo: BIRN.

The Novi Grad municipality in Sarajevo is one of those that have allocated the largest amounts over the past four years - around 220,000 euros.

Interpol Warrants Issued for Two Bosnian Serb War Convicts

Bosnia and Herzegovina is seeking the arrests of Bosnian Serb ex-policeman Darko Mrdja and ex-military policeman Dragan Marjanovic, who both absconded after second-instance verdicts convicted them of wartime crimes.

'Red notices' calling on countries worldwide to assist in detaining them have been posted on Interpol's website.

Hague Prosecutor: Balkan States Cooperating Poorly on War Cases

Serge Brammertz, the chief prosecutor at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, told a meeting of prosecutors from former Yugoslav countries about cooperation in war crime cases in Sarajevo on Wednesday that "too little has been done on regional cooperation in the past three years".