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Former interior minister says there's a “possibility” his previous testimony was untrue.
Lawyers say evidence does not demonstrate individual criminal responsibility.
Victims’ groups unhappy with recent rulings.
Speakers say resolving fate of the missing is integral to post-conflict justice.
Croat detainees were subsequently murdered and buried in mass grave.
23 Aug 13
Goran Hadzic “would usually either deny knowing anything about them, or claim that these crimes were committed by individuals who were out of effective control”.
25 Jun 13
Serge Brammertz still won’t comment on Judge Harhoff letter controversy, but says court decision to acquit Serbian secret service officers was “unjust”.
12 Jun 13
Conviction of six top Bosnian Croat officials raises some difficult questions about Zagreb’s role in the conflict.
3 Jun 13
Verdict means war crimes "rewarded" - Mothers of Srebrenica member.
31 May 13
Two out of three judges find that defendants did not aid and abet crimes by paramilitaries in Croatian and Bosnian wars.
30 May 13
Crimes were “not random acts of a few unruly soldiers”, but deliberate tactics to carve out Croat statelet from Bosnia, judges say.
10 May 13
Expert witness says military “tolerated” excesses by irregular forces.
3 May 13
Testimony relates to Serb military actions in eastern Croatia in 1991.
12 Apr 13
In his closing arguments last year, the Serbian politician challenged judges to sentence him to life.
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