Former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic has accused the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal of being “biased.”
Appearing at a pre-trial hearing in the
The big freeze that hit central and eastern Europe is starting to thaw, bringing more problems for the region.
Vast blocks of ice on the river
Belgrade Zoo took extra steps to keep animals warm in a cold spell sweeping Europe. As temperatures hovered around minus 10 degrees Celsius
Deep in the heart of the Serbian mountains, acclaimed film maker Emir Kusturica holds his fifth, annual Küstendorf Music and Film Festival.
Foreign ministers from western Balkan countries have signed a declaration of intent to solve the long running problem of war refugees. Tens of
The jailed Serbian nationalist, Vojislav Seselj has been convicted of contempt of court by the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal.
He was sent down for
Serbia’s prime minister has received the official report from the European Commission recommending that the country become a candidate to join the
The European Commission has rewarded Serbia for catching wanted war-crimes fugitives by recommending the country as a candidate to join the EU.
October 6, 2000. The president of what was then the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic, publicly concedes defeat to Vojislav
Serbia must still aim for EU membership despite tensions on its border with Kosovo, Serbian opposition leader Tomislav Nikolic said on Thursday
Momcilo Perisic, the ex-army chief of the former Yugoslavia, has been sentenced to 27 years behind bars for war crimes.
The UN tribunal in the
The former Chief of Staff of the Yugoslav Army has been found guilty of war crimes and sentenced to 27 years in prison.
Momcilo Perisic had denied
The last remaining fugitive from the conflict in the former Yugoslavia has arrived in the Hague. Goran Hadzic was the wartime leader of Croatia’s
Serbia is about to transfer the last fugitive on a UN list of figures charged with war crimes to face trial in The Hague, following the arrest of
The arrest of Goran Hadzic the last major war crimes suspect from the 1990 Yugoslav conflicts has been welcomed in many areas of Europe.
The arrest of Goran Hadzic marks the home straight for a difficult Balkan justice process led by the EU and the Hague War Crimes Tribunal.
Vukovar in 1991 was the scene of a massacre for which Goran Hadzic is being held responsible. Almost 300 men perished after Serb forces took the
Serbia’s last remaining major war crime fugitive wanted by the United Nations tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has been arrested. A former leading
Serbia’s president has confirmed that war crime suspect Goran Hadzic was arrested in the region of Fruske Gore. Boris Tadic also answered a
Serbia’s last remaining major war crimes fugitive sought by the United Nations tribunal has been arrested: Goran Hadzic.
The key figure in the
Belgrade zoo residents get a soaking as keepers try to keep the animals cool after days of soaring temperatures in the Serb capital.
Serbia is calling for an international inquiry into its claims that rebels from Kosovo trafficked in human organs during and after its war for
The president of Serbia has made an official visit to neighbouring Bosnia Herzegovina and promised to hunt down the last remaining Bosnian war-crimes
Relatives of the victims of Srebrenica gathered outside the tribunal in the Hague.
Forever scarred by the ordeal, they have waited a long time to
Ratko Mladic has refused to enter a plea at the UN war crimes court in The Hague, angrily demanding more time to appoint his own lawyers
English singer Amy Winehouse has cut short her European tour after a disastrous opening night in Belgrade. Footage of the performance posted on