As court winds up its work, Bosnian communities don’t all buy into the common historical narrative it was supposed to provide.
Ordinary people inspired to help one another across old divides, leaving nationalist politicians to worry about risks of too much cohesion.
Ex-officer claims his men “never opened fire without a good reason” during Sarajevo siege.
Homes swamped in mud as livestock and vehicles are carried away.
His team wants to call 336 witnesses, although list may be amended.
Defendant asks tribunal not to decide possible jail term at same time as verdict.
Convicted Bosnian Croat commander found ineligible for financial assistance.
Former army subordinates say they were never told to fire on civilians, and did not mount offensive operations.
Defendant argues that prosecution broke rules regarding disclosure of evidence.
Amid the devastation, old animosities are forgotten as different communities come together, but floodwaters exhume another wartime legacy – landmines.