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International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Sessions held on building public trust and reporting news clearly.
Documentaries deal with war’s legacy as well as ways to co-exist.
A lack of coordination means that tens of thousands of people have yet to be rehoused, despite numerous assistance programmes.
Trainees learn how to cover religious extremism at large-scale round table in Bishkek.
New ways of thinking about effective messaging.
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.
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.
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