Bosnia

Bosnia War general died after taking cyanide in court

Praljak drank the poison just seconds after hearing he had lost his appeal against a 20-year-prison sentence.

Bosnia

Ex-Bosnian Croat general's suicide under investigation

Investigators in The Netherlands are trying to find out how Slobodan Praljak, the former Bosnian Croat general who was convicted of war crimes, managed to smuggle poison into court to commit suicide.

Bosnia

Slobodan Praljak: War criminal or Croatian hero?

After drinking poison and killing himself at The Hague court, public opinion of former Croatian general remains divided.

Slobodan Praljak: War criminal or Croatian hero?

Bosnia

Bosnian War criminals meet their nemesis

The Yugoslavia war crimes court's sentencing of six wartime Bosnian Croat officials has special significance for Mostar.

Bosnian Croat officials meet their nemesis in The Hague

Bosnia

Bosnia War commander drinks poison in court, dies

Death of wartime Bosnian Croat forces commander Slobodan Praljak follows dramatic scenes at UN tribunal in The Hague.

United Nations

Bosnian Croat war criminal 'drinks poison' in court

War crimes tribunal in The Hague suspends case against Bosnian Croat after he appeared to drink poison in court.

War criminal Slobodan Praljak 'drinks poison' in court

Crimes against humanity

Six Bosnian Croats await Hague tribunal's final verdict

A verdict is due at the Hague in the appeal case of six Bosnian Croats convicted of war crimes. They were committed between 1992 and 1994 in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia

Ratko Mladic's ideology lives on in Republika Srpska

Mladic's vision of an 'ethnically cleansed' Greater Serbia is a reality today with Bosnia's Republika Srpska entity.

Bosnia

Ratko Mladic sentenced to life in prison for genocide

Former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life in prison for genocide and war crimes during the Balkan conflict more than two decades ago.

Opinion

The Ratko Mladic disease infecting Europe

Another war criminal from the Yugoslav war has been handed a sentence, but lessons remain unlearned.

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

by Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Nidzara Ahmetasevic

Reporter's Notebook

Mladic genocide verdict: A view from the Balkans

Though Mladic will spend the rest of his life behind bars for genocide, his idea of a Serb-only statelet is now a reality.

Genocide

The 161 individuals accused of Yugoslavia war crimes

Ratko Mladic is one of the 161 individuals indicted by a UN court for committing war crimes during the Balkan conflict.

The 161 individuals accused of Yugoslavia war crimes

Bosnia

Mladic facing verdict over genocide during Bosnian War

UN judges to hand down verdict to 74-year-old Ratko Mladic, accused of worst massacre since Holocaust.

Bosnia

'In Bosnia, war criminals hold official positions'

A bone collector, a man whose childhood was cut short and a former war prisoner on why Mladic's verdict means little.

Bosnia war victims on why Mladic's verdict means little

Reporter's Notebook

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil

Year after year, I have been recording the testimonies of people whose loved ones were killed in Srebrenica by Serb forces.

Ratko Mladic: A symbol of the project of evil