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International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Landmark trial ends in conviction on ten out of 11 counts.
Ex-president convicted of 10 out of the 11 charges against him.
Milorad Dodik rejects prosecution’s claim that there was a plan to separate communities.
Historian says prosecution witnesses chose to ignore crucial information.
Testimony examines a number of incidents in which the line of fire was unclear.
19 May 15
Prosecution contends that ex-army chief was in command of soldiers who carried out the killings.
29 Apr 15
Wartime officer tells judges that officers feared paramilitaries would attack villagers if they remained.
27 Apr 15
Former colonel in Bosnian Serb military claims all non-combatants were given a chance to leave.
10 Apr 15
Former military policeman tells tribunal that he was never given any official information about the fate of Bosniaks held at his barracks.
8 Apr 15
Appeals Chamber rules that ex-intelligence chief must serve term handed down in 2012.
2 Apr 15
Ex-commander tells tribunal that civilian deaths were not intended.
27 Mar 15
Witness denies knowledge of plans for and implementation of mass killings.
21 Mar 15
Thousands of bodies were removed and reburied elsewhere following massacres in the enclave.
17 Mar 15
Former officer in Serb military alleges that those who refused to surrender were killed by their own side.
6 Mar 15
Testimony contradicts evidence given by another witness in the trial.
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