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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.
13 Mar 14
Newly uncovered burial site said to be “directly relevant” to charges.
2 Mar 14
Although unproven, the agreement may be a mitigating factor if defendant is found guilty.
28 Feb 14
Defence case of former Bosnian Serb army chief is expected to begin in May.
21 Feb 14
Former officials say they were unaware of mistreatment at Omarska and Keraterm detention centres.
20 Feb 14
Karadzic trial hears testimony from former guard commander at notorious detention centre.
11 Feb 14
Protests escalated into clashes with police and attacks on government offices.
7 Feb 14
Karadzic defence witness says there was no joint plan for the wartime expulsion of Bosniaks and Croats.
7 Feb 14
Convictions for aiding and abetting crimes in Sarajevo and Srebrenica were overturned in March 2013.
4 Feb 14
Defendant wants investigation into his assertion that private conversations were monitored.
31 Jan 14
Judges reverse a number of former deputy interior minister’s convictions relating to Kosovo conflict.
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