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10:41Karadzic closes war crimes defence
Irish Independent

10:41Karadzic closes war crimes defence

Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has insisted that United Nations prosecutors do not have "a shred of evidence" linking him to atrocities throughout the Bosnian war, and accused them of putting the entire Serb people on trial. In an ... Irish Independent, 24 minutes ago
All Serbs on trial at the Hague: Karadzic MSN New Zealand, 1 hour ago
'All Serbs' on trial - Karadzic, 1 hour ago

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Wanted Croatian war crimes suspect lived openly under Australian government's nose

A war crimes suspect accused of brutalising Muslim civilians during the bloody Bosnian conflict has been living freely under the noses of federal authorities in Canberra for up to a decade. Former Bosnian Croat soldier Krunoslav Bonic has been ...
 Melbourne Age21 hours ago Bosnian war crimes suspect Krunoslav Bonic to fight plans to extradite him from ACT to Bosnia (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 hour ago War crimes suspect in ACT to fight extradition plans  ABC Online26 minutes ago War crimes suspect Bonic to remain behind bars for more than a month, court hears  Canberra Times3 hours ago

War crimes suspect was himself tortured, imprisoned, lawyers say

Lawyers for a man being extradited to Bosnia for alleged war crimes say he himself was tortured and imprisoned as a teenager during the bitter war. Krunoslav Bonic, 39, appeared for a second time in the ACT Magistrates Court on Wednesday, as ...
 Melbourne Age7 hours ago

Members of special police take part in exercises in N. BiH

Members of the special police unit take part in exercises in Banja Luka, northern Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), on Sept. 30, 2014. (Xinhua/Borislav Zdrinja) 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3
 Xinhua News Agency8 hours ago

How Bosnia is helping Cyprus find peace

In the 1960s and 1970s, hundreds of Cypriots disappeared. Now, there is a renewed effort to find out what happened to them - mass graves are being dug up and a laboratory in Sarajevo is helping to identify the bodies. Forty years ago, Maria ...
 BBC11 hours ago

Wales' Allen set to miss qualifiers

Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is set to miss Wales' Euro 2016 qualifiers against Bosnia-Hercegovina and Cyprus in Cardiff. Allen, 24, has not played for Liverpool since suffering a knee injury in Wales' 2-1 win in Andorra on 9 September. Since ...
 BBC17 hours ago Ramsey Euro 2016 blow for Wales  BBC1 day ago Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey and Liverpool's Joe Allen hand Chris Coleman selection headache  Scottish Daily Express19 minutes ago Ledley key for Wales, says Ratcliffe  BBC43 minutes ago

Bosnian regulator says DTT implementation is stymied

Bosnia's Regulatory Communications Agency has concluded that a certain progress has been made in the introduction of DTT in the country, but that the process has been stymied. The process has been blocked by the failure to adopt the Action Plan for ...
 Telecompaper22 hours ago

Bosnia names seven pre-qualifiers for construction of 20-MW Vranduk hydropower project

 Hydro World18 hours ago

New Market Report: Tobacco in Bosnia-Herzegovina

During the review period in Bosnia-Herzegovina, tobacco operated in an extremely hostile environment. The economy was adversely affected by the global economic downturn and public financing crisis, but this was the least of tobacco manufacturers' ...
 Fat Pitch Financials21 hours ago New Market Report Tobacco in Bosnia-Herzegovina  MENAFN19 hours ago

Balkan countries sign agreement to reduce roaming costs

The ministers of telecommunications of Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia have signed an agreement on lowering mobile roaming charges, reports Tanjug. This agreement provides for a gradual reduction in roaming prices in the ...
 Telecompaper1 day ago 'Balkan countries sign agreement to reduce roaming costs'  Individual.com1 day ago
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