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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.
25 Sep 09
They testify that general was tolerant, cultured man, who outlawed any misdemeanours by soldiers.
18 Sep 09
Former special envoy observed following artillery attack that damage to town of Knin was “unexpectedly minor”.
14 Sep 09
Expert witness criticises prosecution witness contention that Croatian army indiscriminately shelled Serb civilian areas.
4 Sep 09
Court upholds defendant’s appeal against decision to send him to Croatia.
4 Sep 09
OSCE mission head says justice needs responsible reporting of war crimes trials.
1 Sep 09
Prosecutor says evidence in military trials shows officers sanctioned stealing.
28 Aug 09
They say his right to self-representation forfeit following his conviction for contempt.
24 Aug 09
War crimes suspect says witness intimidation allegations no longer an obstacle.
24 Aug 09
Trial chamber to prosecute ex-Bosnian Serb president in place “very soon”.
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