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THE HAGUE | 17.12.2014.

THIN LINE IN MLADIC WITNESS'S HEART

Boro Tadic, former head of the Sanski Most Military District, admitted that during the war he ‘assigned for use’ non-Serb civilians. They were used to dig trenches at the front lines. In Tadic’s view, that was in line with the Geneva conventions because the commanders made sure the civilians were safe. Asked to define the 'thin line' between hazardous and safe work at the front lines, the witness replied that he made that distinction ‘in his heart’
THE HAGUE | 17.12.2014.

NEW WITNESS, OLD CLAIMS

In his evidence in Ratko Mladic’s defense, former Sarajevo public prosecutor Rato Runjevac repeated the defense allegations that the court has heard before: the other side was to blame for the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Runjevac also confirmed the defense case that the independence referendum was unconstitutional, that a Serb wedding guest was murdered, that there were armed criminals in Sarajevo. After receiving threats, Runjevac went to Trebinje on 30 April 1992
THE HAGUE | 22.09.2014.

SENSE – SREBRENICA DOCUMENTATION CENTER OPENED

SENSE, working together with the Memorial Center in Potocari, has founded the Srebrenica Documentation Center. The purpose is to show how the events in July 1995 were investigated, reconstructed and prosecuted before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

PHOTO GALLERY: OPENING OF THE DOCUMENTATION CENTRE SREBRENICA

VIDEO: OPENING OF THE DOCUMENTATION CENTRE SREBRENICA

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