Aleksandar Cvetkovic, who is on trial for genocide, was one of eight soldiers selected to join a firing squad and shoot Bosniaks from Srebrenica, said another fighter who participated in the killing.
The Hague prosecution said evidence already shows that Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic committed war crimes and his appeal for release halfway through his trial should be denied.
Two prosecution witnesses told the trial of ex-police chief Goran Saric for genocide in Srebrenica that they didn’t see him in July 1995 in the Bratunac area where many Bosniak prisoners were killed.
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The judges at the International Court of Justice arrive for the start of the Croatia-Serbia genocide trial on March 10th. [AFP]
Two Bosnian Serb brothers convicted of abusing Bosniak prisoners near Sarajevo in 1992 asked the appeals court for lower sentences because of the “absence of fatal consequences”.
At the trial of two Bosnian Serb soldiers for the Srebrenica genocide, a prosecution witness said that he saw many dead bodies laid out at the Petkovci dam near Zvornik in July 1995.