He says even local Serb community was afraid of SRS volunteers, but could do nothing about them.
As Croatian general’s trial begins, some Serbs ask why more high-level Croatian officials haven’t been prosecuted.
Witness says former commander of Serb-run camp could do nothing other than write reports.
Twenty years ago this week, the ghosts of history stirred in Europe and a conflict that no one had paid attention to since the Treaty of Versailles re-erupted in the depths of the Soviet Union.
Judges conclude there is not enough evidence to sustain count against former Bosnian army commander.
First time Bosnian War Crimes Chamber has ruled that a joint criminal enterprise was perpetrated.
Families remember victims of train abduction that shocked Serbia’s Muslim community.
Last year’s International Court of Justice ruling provokes political disagreement in Bosnia.
Apparent belief that membership benefits would outweigh nationalist goals now seem misplaced.
Serbian official claims Albanians fled Kosovo due to NATO bombing, but admits Serb forces committed crimes there.