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The Special Court in Belgrade has sentenced ex-Commercial Court judge Goran Kljajevi to six and half years in prison in the so-called bankruptcy mafia case. Goran Kljajevi (FoNet, file) Former C Market Director Slobodan Radulovi, who is on the run,
But just in case their loyalty should waver, they were presented with a gift: photographs of their children. The implication was clear: if we can shoot them with a camera, we can shoot them by other means as well. The Bosnian Serb general, now on
A son of an Orthodox priest was beaten up in the Croatian village of Borovo after a protest against the use of Cyrillic alphabet on Saturday. A scene from the protest in Vukovar (Beta/AP) One of the buses carrying protesters from the protest held in
Witness Miro Bajramovi, who was the first to talk about crimes of Tomislav Mereps unit in Western Slavonia, did not show up in court on Friday. Tomislav Merep (Beta, file) This is the third time that Bajramovi failed to come to the trial as a witness
Croatia plans Cyrillic signs for Serbs in Vukovar A massacre by Serbs at Vukovar left the Croats with bitter memories Croatia says it will introduce signs in both Latin and Cyrillic scripts to respect Serb rights in the town of Vukovar, which was
Serb victims killed on December 10, 1991 were commemorated in the Croatian villages of Jeminovac and njegavi on Thursday. The commemoration for the 42 Serb victims was attended by Croatia's President Ivo Josipovi, Serb Democratic Forum Veljko Dakula,
Remains of 16 Serb victims killed during the civil war in Croatia from 1991 until 1995, Veritas Documentation and Information Center has released. The victims were identified by the Zagreb Medical Facultys Institute for Forensic Medicine and
Tuesday marks 21 years since the atrocious war crime committed against civilians in the village of Paulin Dvor near Osijek, eastern Croatia. On December 11 and 12, 1991, members of the Croatian military killed 19 civilians, 18 of whom Serbs and one
Croatian army during the Operation Storm and that it participated in the operation, writes Zagreb-based daily Jutanji list.
A cousin of Ratko Mladic who hid the wanted Bosnian Serb genocide suspect at his home until Mladic's arrest in May last year was given a suspended prison sentence on Tuesday.