Bosnian Serbs to vote on state court system

Legislators in Bosnia`s semi-autonomous Serb entity on Wednesday backed the holding of a referendum on whether to continue to recognise the state court system, Fena news agency said.

Bosnian Serb leader pays respect to Srebrenica victims

Hardline Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik, who has long denied the 1995 genocide of Srebrenica Muslims, in a surprise move Thursday paid his respects to the victims at a memorial in the ill-fated town.

Large mass grave discovered in Bosnia

Bosnian forensic experts discovered a mass grave which might hide the remains of more than 100 Muslim civilians killed at the start of the country`s 1990s war, an official has said.

Croatian Generals acquitted of war crimes

A war crimes court here on Friday acquitted two Croatian generals of atrocity charges against Serbs during Yugoslavia`s break-up in 1995, the BBC reported.

Bosnia marks 20 years of the beginning of its war

The Serb siege of Sarajevo went on for 44 months — 11,825 days — longer than the World War II siege of Leningrad, now St Petersburg.

Croatia ethnically cleansed Serbs: UN prosecutors

Prosecutors say Croatia illegally shelled Serb civilians and torched homes.

Croatia opens probe into 1995 killing of 5 Serbs

Croatia on Thursday said it is
investigating the execution-style killing of five Serb
civilians in their village in 1995 as Croat forces drove Serbs
out of the country.