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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.
3 Mar 15
Prosecution accuses senior Serb officer of changing his testimony.
20 Feb 15
Defence witness tells judges that maximum was done to follow Geneva Conventions.
20 Feb 15
Doctor claims that those who voted against the division of Yugoslavia were protected.
11 Feb 15
Former municipal official says 8,000 Bosniaks remained in Sanski Most at the end of the war.
4 Feb 15
Genocide convictions among those confirmed at appeals hearing.
22 Dec 14
A proper federal structure might rationalise an over-complex system of governance, but neither institutional change nor EU accession is enough to fix Bosnia's problems.
12 Dec 14
Former quartermaster in Serb unit tells tribunal that everyone suffered from shortages but there was no discrimination.
10 Dec 14
Wartime official from northwest Bosnia says there was no strategy of removing non-Serbs.
28 Nov 14
Detention centre was site of multiple murders and sexual abuse cases.
24 Nov 14
Defence witness recalls Muslims and Croat living in the municipality until the paramilitaries arrived.
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