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Trial for Srebrenica war crimes starts in Belgrade

A trial of eight members of the Special Brigade of the Bosnian Serb entity Interior Ministry, indicted for war crimes against Bosniak civilians in Srebrenica,...

Court orders Vinka Cetinski to pay D. Koncar EUR 9.1mn in damages

The Commercial Court in the Istria County seat of Pazin has ruled that Vinka Cetinski, a former executive at Kermas Ulaganja owned by Danko Koncar, has to pay...

Retrial in Fimi Media corruption case resumes after Sanader's illness

The retrial of former prime minister Ivo Sanader and the other defendants in the Fimi Media corruption case resumed on Tuesday after being adjourned in mid-...

Ex-Yugoslav Navy captain given six years for shelling Split

The wartime deputy commander of the Lora naval base at Split, Yugoslav Navy Captain Pavle Pantic, was sentenced to six years in prison on Thursday for the...

Captain Dragan trial: Witness says lost hearing and kidney due to torture

The trial of Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragan, charged with war crimes against Croatian soldiers and civilians in the early 1990s, resumed before the...

Mladic boasted of having mined Peruca dam, says witness

During the trial of Borislav Djukic, a retired general of the former Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), charged with the war crime of destroying the dam on Peruca...

Trial of ex-Serb paramilitary leader to start in Croatia Tuesday

Former rebel Serb leader Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan, who is charged with war crimes against POWs and civilians in southern and...

Munich: Defence counsel requests acquittal for Josip Perkovic

Defence counsel for Yugoslav-era Croatian intelligence official Josip Perkovic, who is charged with complicity in the murder of Croatian dissident Stjepan...

Prosecutors request life imprisonment for Perkovic and Mustac

German prosecutors have requested life imprisonment for Yugoslav-era Croatian intelligence officials Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac over the murder of...

1st hearing held in minister's lawsuit against journalist over mental anguish

Culture Minister Zlatko Hasanbegovic in the caretaker cabinet who sued reporter Ante Tomic over his article in which he described Hasanbegovic as a "retard", "...

Re-trial for Fimi Media graft scheduled for September

A re-trial against former prime minister Ivo Sanader, the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) party and others in the Fimi Media graft case will continue in the...

Ex-army commander and other accused in Sibinj case plead not guilty at retrial

Former army commander General Mladen Kruljac, and former mayor of the eastern Croatian municipality of Sibinj, Ivica Batinic,pleaded not guilty to the charge...

Father of murdered German teenager pleads for truth as trial begins

Almost 10 months after a German teenager was abducted and murdered, her father pleaded for the truth from the two men suspected of the crime, as the trial...

Brammertz requests Hadzic case be declared closed

The Chief Prosecutor of the UN tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Serge Brammertz, has requested the termination of the proceedings against war-time...

Ex-Sisak county head Lovric Merzel trial to start Tuesday

The trial of former Sisak County Prefect Marina Lovric Merzel, charged along with five other persons with a number of crimes, including bribe taking, money...

Five wartime Serb policemen sentenced for war crimes in 1990s

Five members of a wartime Serb police special purposes unit have been found guilty of war crimes committed in Udbina in August 1991, while two...

Egypt court postpones ruling in Morsi document leak trial

An Egyptian court Saturday postponed until next month a ruling in a trial of toppled Islamist president Mohammed Morsi on charges of jeopardizing...

German court tries man who stabbed mayoral candidate over refugees

A German man who stabbed a Cologne mayoral candidate in the neck during a campaign event over her pro-refugee stance went on trial Friday on charges of...

Osijek County prefect pleads not guilty to abuse of power

Osijek-Baranja County Prefect Vladimir Sisljagic and a former head of the County Development Agency, Martin Marolin, pleaded not guilty to abuse of office...

ICTY suspends Goran Hadzic trial indefinitely

The UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague (ICTY) has suspended indefinitely the trial of former Croatian Serb rebel leader Goran Hadzic, who was...

Parliamentarians blocked from observing Turkish journalists' trial

Two Turkish journalists were in court Friday for the first closed-door session of their trial as they face charges including espionage and trying to topple the...

ICTY: Some of Seselj's speeches invitation to persecution, but there's no causality

An International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Trial Chamber said in its ruling on Thursday that some of the speeches made by Serb Radical...

Rights group slams court for closed-door decision in journalist trial

Human Rights Watch slams a Turkish court for deciding to hold a trial of two journalists who reported on alleged weapons shipments from Turkey to Syrian...

Trial opens for Vietnamese blogger amid protests

Prominent Vietnamese activist blogger Nguyen Huu Vinh and his assistant Nguyen Thi Minh Thuy saw their trial open in court in Hanoi Wednesday amid a rare...

Documenta: ICTY has capitulated to Vojislav Seselj

The Documenta - Centre for Dealing with the Past non-governmental association on Friday condemned a decision by the International Criminal Tribunal for the...

Brammertz: Karadzic judgement proof that justice is possible

A judgement for wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic which is to be rendered next Thursday by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former...

ICTY: Seselj verdict to be announced on March 31

The Hague-based International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) announced on Wednesday that its verdict in the trial of Vojislav Seselj would...

Bosnian who admits to fighting for IS turns state witness

A man from Bosnia and Herzegovina, who returned to that country after fighting on side of Islamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq, has admitted to violating...

Trial of former Nazi official hangs on decision over fitness to stand

The trial of a former Nazi official over his suspected involvement in the deaths of 3,681 people at the Auschwitz concentration camp is set to begin in Germany...

Drljo, Krajina acquitted again in retrail for Grubori war crimes

Former members of the Lucko Police Anti-Terrorist Unit Frano Drljo and Bozo Krajina were acquitted again on Friday for lack of evidence in a retrial for...

Couple on trial for murder of man who contacted daughter on Facebook

A couple have gone on trial in Germany for allegedly stabbing to death a man they believed to be a pedophile after he made contact with their 12-year-old...

Date of Zagreb trial of Martic and Celeketic to be known in March

The Zagreb County Court will decide by mid-March when Croatian Serb rebel leader Milan Martic and a military commander of the self-styled Republic of Serb...

Presidential adviser testifies in Perkovic-Mustac trial

Vladimir Seks testified on Tuesday in the trial of ex-Yugoslav intelligence officials Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac and denied having anything to do with...

What does refusal to testify in Perkovic-Mustac trial mean?

The prosecution and the defence in a Munich trial of Yugoslav-era secret agents Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac for the 1983 murder of Croatian dissident...

Mamic can be released on bail, must not contact Dinamo officials

The chief executive of the Dinamo Football Club, Zdravko Mamic, can be released if he pays bail of HRK 14 million, however, he will not be allowed to contact...

Witness says Mercept didn't command any unit at Pakracka Poljana

Croatian wartime police reservist Igor Mikola on Tuesday testified in the trial of Tomislav Mercep, charged with war crimes against Serb civilians in 1991,...

Decision on Sindicic's extradition from Spain in 2 weeks' time

A Spanish court is likely to decide on the handover of former Yugoslav secret agent Vinko Sindicic to Croatia in two weeks' time, the judicial authorities in...

Court upholds indictment against former Social Democrat head of Sisak County

The Zagreb County Court on Thursday upheld an indictment against the former Social Democratic Party (SDP) head of Sisak County, Marina Lovric Merzel, who is...
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