Ovcara Farm victims commemorated

Commemorative events, including placing of flowers and lighting of candles, were held at Ovcara outside Vukovar on Sunday in memory of the murder of 264 wounded Croatian soldiers and civilians who were executed by Serb rebels and paramilitaries on 20 November 1991, a day after they had been taken from the local hospital, when that eastern Croatian town fell into the hands of Serb insurgents and the then Yugoslav People's Army.

Vukovar Remembrance Day ceremonies begin

Memorial ceremonies began in the yard of the General Hospital in Vukovar on Friday morning to mark Vukovar Remembrance Day, the 25th anniversary of the destruction of the town in the military aggression by Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) and Serb paramilitary forces at the start of the 1991-1995 Homeland War.

New documentary on Ovcara brings new details of 1991 atrocity

A documentary entitled "Ovcara - An Untold Story", describing in detail the atrocity committed against Croatian detainees at a farm outside the eastern town of Vukovar in 1991, will premiere in Zagreb on November 13, representatives of the National Police Union said on Friday, noting that they had filed criminal reports against the perpetrators of the atrocity who had not been prosecuted yet.

Victims killed at Ovcara, Velepromet commemorated

The youngest victim executed at Ovcara was 16-year-old Igor Katic and the oldest was a 77-year-old man.