A new behind-the-scenes documentary tracking the marathon trial of Ratko Mladic has upset some by depicting the genocide defendant as a human being, not a monster - but its director says it’s necessary to understand why people commit terrible crimes.
Security Minister Dragan Mektic said the country's state prosecution was unfit to probe his claims that Croatian intelligence tried to portray Bosnia as a terrorist hub by smuggling weapons into village mosques.
As Radovan Karadzic’s final verdict approaches next week, many of the 12 years he spent evading arrest remain shrouded in secrets that the Serbian and Bosnian authorities seem reluctant to probe, and people who helped him remain unprosecuted.
Bosnian prosecutors are investigating a minister's claim – which Croatia has dismissed – that Croatian intelligence launched a plot to portray the country as a terrorist hub and a threat to Europe's security.
New report by Amnesty International accuses the EU and European governments of being actively complicit in - and helping to fund – 'violent and illegal' pushbacks of migrants and refugees from Croatia.
Western diplomats and Bosnian legal experts urged prosecutors to investigate the alleged incitement of religious and ethnic hatred at a rally by uniform-clad Serb nationalist Chetnik supporters in the town of Visegrad.
Twenty-seven years since the siege of Sarajevo began, a handful of commanders have been tried, but Bosnian prosecutors have not yet filed any indictments against direct perpetrators of sniping and shelling attacks on civilians.