On the 30th anniversary of the fall of Vukovar to the Yugoslav People’s Army and Serbian paramilitaries, local residents and Croats who fought to defend the town look back on the devastating three-month siege and its brutal aftermath.
Guarded by young men in hoodies, a mural in Belgrade glorifying war criminal Ratko Mladic is cleaned up every time it is defaced – and no one in authority seems to have the will or courage to remove it.
A bitter dispute over a mural in Belgrade glorifying Ratko Mladic, which activists have repeatedly tried to destroy, has highlighted how graffiti and street-art tributes to the Bosnian Serb war criminal remain a widespread problem in Serbia.
In November 2001, the Serbian State Security Service’s Special Operations Unit staged a mutiny and set up roadblocks. The failure to punish the instigators of the armed revolt would have deadly consequences for the country’s prime minister.
The movers and shakers of the video game industry in the Balkans say they are helping to bridge ethnic divides. But what about players in the neon-lit gaming lounges of Belgrade, Pristina and Sarajevo?
In the absence of legal cooperation with Serbia, Kosovo has changed its legislation to make it easier to try suspects in their absence - but sceptics say this doesn’t necessarily mean that more war criminals will go to jail.
After Croatia’s victory over rebel Serbs in Operation Storm in August 1995, President Franjo Tudjman set off on a triumphalist cross-country railway journey, staging celebratory rallies along the way - with harsh words for the refugees who fled.
Djulsa Velic was one of around 40,000 women, children and elderly people who were expelled from Srebrenica by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995, and her testimony has now become part of a major new oral history project.
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.