The Bosnian court acquitted Edhem Godinjak, Medaris Saric and Mirko Bunoza of the killings and inhumane treatment of imprisoned Bosnian Serb civilians and soldiers in Trnovo near Sarajevo during the war.
Millions of euros have been raised through appeals in Bosnia and Herzegovina to build wells and mosques in Africa, but concerns persist about suspect fundraising methods and claims that photographs documenting some charity-funded wells were faked.
A hospital concealed underground to avoid artillery fire in the Bosnian town of Olovo managed to save hundreds of lives during the war – and medics who worked there hope it can be preserved as a permanent monument.
A hospital concealed underground to avoid artillery fire in the Bosnian town of Olovo managed to save hundreds of lives during the war – and medics who worked there hope it can be preserved as a permanent monument. The video footage shows white-coated medics moving through the gloom of what looks like a subterranean bunker, […]
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague turned down Serbia’s request for two ultranationalist Serbian Radical Party politicians charged with contempt of the UN court to be tried in Belgrade. The appeals chamber of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals on Monday dismissed an appeal filed by Serbia against its decision not to […]
The forces of so-called Islamic State in Syria and Iraq are growing stronger again and their ideologies have persisted even after they were defeated militarily, said a United Nations Security Council report.
The Mothers of Srebrenica war victims’ association filed a complaint against the Netherlands at the European Court for Human Rights, claiming that Dutch UN peacekeepers failed to protect Bosniaks who were killed in the 1995 massacres.
The State Prosecution has demanded a two-month extension of custody for Jasmin Keserovic, one of the seven persons suspected of fighting on Syrian battlefront who were flown back to Bosnia and Herzegovina on December 19, due to a risk that he might flee and influence witnesses, possibly repeat the crime and because the crime in question is punishable with ten years in prison or longer.