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Ahmet Sejdic acquitted of War Crimes against Civilians

July 20, 2019 10:30 AM
Ahmet Sejdic acquitted of War Crimes against Civilians

Having completed a trial, on 16 July 2019 the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina delivered a trial judgment in the case against the accused Ahmet Sejdić, acquitting the accused Ahmet Sejdić of the charges that he committed the criminal offenses as follows: under Sections 1-9 of the Judgment the criminal […]

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Remains of Eighty-Six Victims of Prijedor to be buried Today

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Remains of Eighty-Six Victims of Prijedor to be buried Today

For the collective funeral, which will be held at in Hambari today, the remains of 86 victims from Prijedor and Kotor Varosi are ready, was confirmed for Patria News Agency by Emza Fazlic, a spokeperson of the Institute for Missing Persons. Most of the victims that will be buried this […]

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Eighty-Six Remains of Victims from Prijedor will be buried on Saturday

July 19, 2019 6:00 PM
Eighty-Six Remains of Victims from Prijedor will be buried on Saturday

For the collective burial, which will be held at in Hambari on July 20th, the remains of 86 victims from Prijedor and Kotor Varosi are ready, was confirmed for Patria News Agency by Emza Fazlic, a spokeperson of the Institute for Missing Persons. Most of the victims that will be […]

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When are Cases of Mladic, Stanisic and Simatovic over War Crimes in BiH be concluded?

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When are Cases of Mladic, Stanisic and Simatovic over War Crimes in BiH be concluded?

The President of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism), Judge Carmel Agius, today presented his first progress report to the United Nations Security Council (Council) since taking up office on 19 January 2019. In his address, President Agius highlighted the most notable aspects of the Mechanism’s work during […]

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Remains of Six Victims exhumed from Mass Grave in Visegrad

July 18, 2019 2:00 PM
Remains of Six Victims exhumed from Mass Grave in Visegrad

Exhumation at locality Hrtar in Visegrad municipality was completed today and remains of six victims were exhumed. It is about incomplete mortal remains that are, most likely, from the primary mass grave, transferred to this site. The mortal remains of the victims will be transferred to the Center for Autopsy […]

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Prosecutor Serge Brammertz addressed the UNSC by saying Thousands of Cases still need to be processed for War Crimes

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Prosecutor Serge Brammertz addressed the UNSC by saying Thousands of Cases still need to be processed for War Crimes

Prosecutor Serge Brammertz of the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (Mechanism) today addressed the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). He began by providing an update regarding the limited number of ongoing trials and appeals under the Mechanism’s jurisdiction, namely the appeals in Karadžić and Mladić, […]

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Rebuilding of Church united Residents of different Religious Affiliations in Central Bosnia

July 17, 2019 5:00 PM
Rebuilding of Church united Residents of different Religious Affiliations in Central Bosnia

A local church in central Bosnia, whose construction was terminated by Bosnian war of the early 1990s, has resumed these days. This place of worship is being rebuilt by all residents of Gornji Rakovac, regardless of their religious or any other affiliation. The war that broke out in 1992 had […]

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Supreme Court to make Final Verdict ruling that Netherlands is responsible for Death of Srebrenica Victims

July 16, 2019 11:00 AM
Supreme Court to make Final Verdict ruling that Netherlands is responsible for Death of Srebrenica Victims

The Supreme Court in the Netherlands will make a final verdict on Srebrenica on Friday at the 2017 Appellate Court ruling that the Netherlands is partly responsible for the death of some 300 Srebrenica victims in July 1995. Van Diepen Van der Kroef attorneys say that more than 6,000 members […]

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Kesmer and Menzilovic sentenced to Twelve Years Imprisonment over War Crimes

July 15, 2019 8:00 AM
Kesmer and Menzilovic sentenced to Twelve Years Imprisonment over War Crimes

Having held a main trial in the criminal case against the accused Samir Kešmer and Mirsad Menzilović, on 5 July 2019, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina handed down a second-instance judgment finding the accused Samir Kešmer and Mirsad Menzilović guilty of the criminal offense of War Crimes against the […]

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Ratko Mladic returns from Hospital to Detention Unit

July 12, 2019 4:00 PM
Ratko Mladic returns from Hospital to Detention Unit

Ratko Mladic, a convicted war criminal, was returned from the hospital in The Hague to the detention unit in Scheveningen, his son Darko confirmed. He was transferred to the hospital on Thursday because he got sick during the visit of his wife in the detention unit. Darko Mladic told Tanjug […]

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