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Defendant is in failing health and will travel to Belgrade for medical treatment.
Serb assassin of an Austrian archduke has been appropriated to back more recent historical narratives.
Former interior minister says there's a “possibility” his previous testimony was untrue.
Prosecution wanted review of decision it said was based on use of “erroneous legal standard”.
Judges reverse a number of former deputy interior minister’s convictions relating to Kosovo conflict.
2 Nov 12
Defence lawyers for Momcilo Perisic argue that his case has implications for international military interventions.
8 Oct 12
Unresolved conflict in the Southern Caucasus and the return to war in the North is a problem for all. But democratisation must be a fundamental part of the solution.
14 Sep 12
Vladimir Lazarevic says doctors have identified a range of concerns.
11 Sep 12
Bosniak and Croat couple describe raising mixed-heritage children in post-war Sarajevo.
16 Aug 12
Staff and students describe life at ethnically segregated Bosnian school.
29 May 12
Community leader argues that returning refugees prevented Bosnia dividing into totally segregated units.
22 Apr 12
Documentaries stir debate among young people in Bosnia and Serbia.
11 Apr 12
Political Tours director sets out company’s position on tourist visits to Bosnia and Serbia.
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