The Supreme Court upheld a verdict sentencing a former Croatian soldier to ten years in prison for killing three Serb civilians, all members of the same family, after the Croatian Army's Operation Storm in 1995.
An organisation representing Croatia’s Serb minority reported that far-right activists are protesting against an event commemorating the anniversary of an anti-fascist uprising in the village of Srb in 1941.
Thirty years ago, on the first day of Slovenia’s war for independence from Yugoslavia, helicopter pilot Toni Mrlak was shot down before he was able to defect - and his death has been the subject of political dispute ever since.
Croatia indicted a 50-year-old former fighter for committing a war crime against civilians during an attack on the Croatian town of Vukovar in 1991 by the Yugoslav People’s Army and Serbian paramilitaries.
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic defended his decision to return war honours to former general Branimir Glavas, who is being retried for alleged crimes against Serb civilians in the city of Osijek in 1991.
Thirty years after a Macedonian soldier was killed during clashes at a protest against the Yugoslav military’s presence in the Croatian city of Split, the perpetrator remains unknown and arguments continue about which side shot the teenage conscript.
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic defended his decision to meet former officers of the Bosnian Croat wartime force, the Croatian Defence Council, including an ex-convict jailed for war crimes by the Hague Tribunal.