A Greek police spokesperson has dismissed reports that Christos Pappas, a convicted senior member of the far-right Golden Dawn party, has fled to monastery in Serbia to escape serving his 13-year jail term at home.
Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ asking for states worldwide to arrest Mladen Mitrovic, who is suspected of committing crimes against humanity against non-Serbs in the Prijedor area of Bosnia during wartime.
New research documents more than 600 detention camps, prisons or other jail facilities that operated during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina - many more than have been documented by court verdicts.
The state court confirmed the indictment of wartime Bosnian Serb Army officers Radomir Nedic and Ratko Djurkovic for crimes against humanity after the prosecution brought new evidence to support charges claiming they persecuted Bosniak civilians.
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has jailed former ISIS fighter Jasmin Keserovic for joining a terrorist organisation – and for publicly calling for Muslims to murder Christians by any means available.
A court in the Serbian capital delivered a final verdict sentencing ex-soldier Milan Dragisic to five years in prison for killing one civilian and attempting to kill two others in Bosanski Petrovac during the Bosnian war in 1992.
Three decades after Russian reporters Viktor Nogin and Gennadiy Kurinnoy were shot dead during the war in Croatia, two unnamed members of a rebel Serb special police unit have been charged with killing them.
Three members of the Ravna Gora Movement, a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, pleaded not guilty to inciting ethnic and religious hatred at a uniform-clad rally in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.
The Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office in Bosnia’s Republika Srpska entity has ended an investigation of Zijad Halilovic from the town of Lukavac, who police suspected of “incitement to acts of terrorism” because of statements he posted on Facebook.