Bosnian Serbs fleeing Bosanski Samac left evidence of their criminal deeds scattered around the town hall.
Preliminary hearings in Serbia and Montenegro vs NATO trial marked be calls for legal action to be dismissed.
First time since the Nuremberg trials that an international court has established a case of genocide on European soil.
Serb police and military documents suggest Belgrade might have had a hand in the eastern Bosnia atrocity.
Lord Bonomy's hard-line approach to court discipline will be put to the test in The Hague.
New national war crimes chamber should resolve many issues of fairness, but that doesn’t help trials already under way in local courts.
To meet its completion deadline the tribunal may transfer some cases to former Yugoslavia – but there are question marks over local courts' ability to try them fairly.
Belgrade's continued non-cooperation casts a shadow over war crimes judges' visit to tribunal.
Former UNPROFOR commander testifies that defendant was a cool, calm thinker who was in a position to restrain subordinates.
Outrage in Serbia over cross-examination of justice minister by tribunal prosecutors.