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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.
16 Nov 12
Viewers in seven Balkan countries can now watch Bosnians' thoughtful reflections on brutal conflict.
16 Nov 12
Appeals judges say original verdict wrongly found that 1995 artillery attacks were unlawful.
10 Nov 12
Experts talk about tribunal’s contribution to international law, and what it has meant to people in former Yugoslav states.
2 Nov 12
Croatian Serb leader saw Slobodan Milosevic as a “good man” with few political ambitions.
19 Oct 12
Goran Hadzic was “Milosevic’s man on the ground in Croatia”, prosecution says.
14 Sep 12
Arrested in July 2011, Goran Hadzic was the last suspect on Hague wanted list to be detained.
22 Apr 12
Documentaries stir debate among young people in Bosnia and Serbia.
Story Behind the Story
23 Jan 12
Serbian journalist recounts emotional visit to scenes of past bloodshed in Croatia.
17 Nov 11
Montenegro is finding it hard to take responsibility for its role in the siege of Dubrovnik.
17 Nov 11
BBC journalist describes the destruction of Mostar.
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