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International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

Bosnia's parliament building in Sarajevo. (Photo: Rapsak/Flickr/CC license)
Zoran Pajić
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.
Daniella Peled
12 Dec 14
Former quartermaster in Serb unit tells tribunal that everyone suffered from shortages but there was no discrimination.
Daniella Peled
10 Dec 14
Wartime official from northwest Bosnia says there was no strategy of removing non-Serbs.
Daniella Peled
28 Nov 14
Detention centre was site of multiple murders and sexual abuse cases.
Daniella Peled
24 Nov 14
Defence witness recalls Muslims and Croat living in the municipality until the paramilitaries arrived.
IWPR staff
18 Nov 14
“I didn’t want to know anything,” says Serb official who passed detention unit every day without inquiring what was going on there.
25 Sep 14
Prosecutor notes that major military offensive came soon after Serb politicians renounced deal dividing territorial control with Bosniaks.
Stojan Dzino, witness in the Mladic trial at the ICTY. (Photo: ICTY)
18 Sep 14
Prosecutor probes former combatant’s knowledge of what happened to Bosniak captives.
Milorad Sehovac, defence witness in the Mladic trial. (Photo: ICTY)
Daniella Peled
21 Jul 14
But prosecution probes reliability of Mladic defence witness.
Sarajevo round table with (from left to right) interpreter Dzevad Sarajlic, ICTY outreach liaison officer Almir Alic, human rights activist Lejla Mamut, IWPR reporter Velma Saric and debate moderator Marija Arnautovic. (Photo: Safet Saric)
IWPR staff
25 Jun 14
IWPR debates assess tribunal’s success in changing minds as well as delivering formal justice.