Denis Džidić


12. January 2024.
On the eve of the second anniversary of the full scale Russian invasion, Ukrainians are experiencing feelings that citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina have long been familiar with: the fear of new escalations and destabilisation, the search for justice and the complicating fact that many perpetrators are out of reach, and the feeling that the world has turned its attention elsewhere.


23. March 2020.
A US federal court approved the extradition of former Bosnian Army military policeman Adem Kostjerevac to face trial for allegedly raping a pregnant Serb woman in the Zvornik area during the war in 1992. The US Federal Court in Missouri on Monday approved an extradition request from Bosnia and Herzegovina for Adem Kostjerevac, who is wanted for trial in Sarajevo on war crimes charges.


2. March 2020.
Former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic’s defence said he has serious health problems including a potential stroke and asked for his appeal against his conviction for genocide and other wartime crimes to be postponed. Ratko Mladic’s defence lawyers said on Monday that they have asked the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague […]


6. November 2019.
The Bosnian court rejected wartime fighter Sasa Cvetkovic’s appeal against his conviction for the murder of two elderly Roma women and the rape of two Bosniaks in the Srebrenica and Bratunac areas in 1992. The appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court on Wednesday confirmed the verdict sentencing Sasa Cvetkovic to 12 years in prison for killing two elderly Roma women in May 1992 and raping two Bosniaks, one of them a minor, in June 1992.