A collective funeral for some of the many people who were killed at Koricanske Stijene near Prijedor during wartime and then buried in mass graves will be held on July 20 after the victims’ remains are identified.
Bosnia’s Constitutional Court upheld an appeal from Serb ex-policeman Petar Civcic, who spent over 1,000 days in jail before being acquitted of wartime crimes, ruling he should be paid more than the 43,470 euros initially awarded.
Hundreds of family members, survivors and activists on Monday commemorated the 200 Bosniak and Croat men killed by Bosnian Serbs at Koricani cliff on Mt Vlasic in 1992.
Hundreds of family members, survivors and members of victims and camp inmates’ organisations gathered on Koricani cliff on Mt Vlasic in central Bosnia on Monday, to commemorate at least 200 Bosniak and Croat men that Bosnian Serb forces killed in 1992.
Former police officer from Prijedor Dusan Jankovic says, testifying at Radovan Karadzics trial, that Bosniak detainees were not subjected to crimes in the Omarska and Keraterm reception centres in 1992.
Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former investigative judge from Banja Luka - Jefto Jankovic suggests that the massacre committed at Koricanske Stijene on Mount Vlasic in 1992 was ordered by foreign intelligence services in order to present Serbs as animals.
Testifying in defence of indictee Zoran Babic at the trial for crimes in the Prijedor area, witnesses say that, as per an order, they were deployed to positions in the vicinity of Carakovo and Ljubija.
As confirmed by The Hague Tribunal, Tribunal President Theodor Meron approves the release of Darko Mrdja after having served two thirds of 17-year imprisonment to which he was sentenced for having committed murders at Koricanske Stijene.