“They think being a good woman means you must be silent.”
The regime knew what it was doing when it added sexual violence to its arsenal of weapons.
Milorad Dodik rejects prosecution’s claim that there was a plan to separate communities.
Historian says prosecution witnesses chose to ignore crucial information.
Judges hear that army chief’s strong feelings for his own people did not extend to those of other ethnicities.
Former general admits that he used Wikipedia as source for his evidence.
Testimony examines a number of incidents in which the line of fire was unclear.
UN engineer says it was impossible to establish location of mortar that fired lethal shell.
Investigator wrote in his diary that media reports of Bosnian Serb responsibility were “propaganda”.
Witness tells court that accused was in the Serbian capital in the days after Srebrenica fell.