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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.
20 Mar 13
Two recent appeals hearings ended with senior figures from Serbia and Croatia being fully exonerated. Worryingly, their acquittals were hailed at home as vindication of their respective sides’ wartime actions.
8 Mar 13
Yugoslav army’s security chief was aware of civilian killings and other abuses.
8 Mar 13
Once hospital inmates were rounded up and driven away, he knew they "would not get out of this easily".
4 Mar 13
In Bosnia and Croatia, dismay at decision that seems to scrub the Yugoslav military's role in regional conflict.
1 Feb 13
Two defendants ran Serb paramilitary units responsible for major abuses in Croatia and Bosnia, prosecution says.
11 Jan 13
Defence lawyer cites difficulties in obtaining full information about exhumed remains.
3 Dec 12
As Kosovo leaders suggest wartime commander’s acquittal absolves their side from guilt, Serbian politicians say it will make reconciliation that much harder.
23 Nov 12
Zeljko Raznatovic bragged of his killings to crowd in Croatian town, witness tells Hague trial.
19 Nov 12
Warnings that verdict could harm relations between two states, though some say little reconciliation has taken place anyway.
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