Two additional lawsuits filed against the Kecmanović: Five lawsuits in total

Two new lawsuits were filed against the Kecmanovi by the parents of the wounded children, and preparatory hearings for those lawsuits are scheduled for March and May, Tanjug learns.
Lawsuits were filed for compensation for non-material damages due to physical pain, suffered fear and psychological pain, while the teacher also filed a lawsuit for reduced life activities.

Haftar can lose war crimes trial in US if fails to notify court in one month

The east Libya-based military commander Khalifa Haftar was accused in a multimillion-dollar civil lawsuit of war crimes by Libyan family members who say their loved ones were killed when forces controlled by Haftar conducted bombings in civilian neighborhoods.

Dutch UN soldiers sue Dutch Government over Srebrenica; "Sent to impossible mission"

In a filed lawsuit, the soldiers demand honor restoration, an apology and payment of symbolic damages, Dutch daily AD (The Algemeen Dagblad) reports.
Veterans' attorney Michael Rupert stated that Dutch soldiers were sent to "an impossible mission" and just left there, without appropriate preparation, without sufficient materials and capacity", Rupert concluded.

Sickness Delays Justice in Bosnian War Crimes Trials

But their trial remains on hold due to Djuric's sickness.

Nedim Salaharevic, who saw his brother, Edin, being killed in Vlasenica, told BIRN that he had been waiting for justice for years.

"This is yet another blow to victims … Djuric and Kraljevic were rulers of life and death in Vlasenica. I saw it with my own eyes, I watched them kill my brother, Edin," he said.

Sofia Court Grants Some BGN 200,000 to GERB Leader in Libel Suit

Boiko Borisov has been granted nearly BGN 200,000 in damages in a libel lawsuit filed against the head of nationalist Ataka party Volen Siderov.

The verdict issued by Sofia City Court can be appealed before Sofia Court of Appeal, reported on Wednesday. The sum includes court expenses.