Two Years After Srebrenica, Killers Remain Free

Of the 78 people on all sides publicly indicted for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia, 66 remain at large. They include General Ratko Mladic, who personally presided over the slaughter in Srebrenica, and Radovan Karadzic, the political mastermind of the Bosnian genocide. NATO knows where to find these and other accused killers and has the legal duty and the […]

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Human Rights Watch Applauds NATO Efforts to Apprehend War Criminals

Human Rights Watch applauds NATO’s efforts today to apprehend suspected war criminals in the Prijedor municipality. According to sources in Bosnia and Hercegovina, the NATO Stabilization Force (SFOR) apprehended Milan Kovacevic, director of the Prijedor hospital, without incident. Simultaneously, SFOR troops elsewhere in the Prijedor municipality attempted to arrest former Chief of Police Simo Drljaca, but when Drljaca fired on […]

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