This category is for sites related to the identification, indictment and prosecution of individuals and organizations responsible for war crimes in Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
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Balkans Justice Bulletin: The First Phase of the Sjeverin Trial
Periodic assessments of the efforts of authorities in Yugoslavia to hold accountable those responsible for crimes committed during the wars in the 1990's.
Balkans Justice Bulletin: The Trial of Dominik Ilijasevic
The trial of Bosnian Croat Dominik Ilijasevic-Como, age 38, before the Zenica Cantonal Court, began on December 16, 2002 in Zenica. Negative aspects of the trial reflect shortcomings in the Bosnian justice system as a whole rather than any apparent ethnic bias.
Documents from University of Minnesota Human Rights Library
Includes the Dayton Peace Accord and Security Council resolutions.
Ethnic Cleansing in the Former Yugoslavia
The Peacenet's Balkans Pages list resources and information on killings, rapes, separations, and forced expulsions in the former Yugoslavia.
Mass Rape: War on Women
Examines the phenomenon of mass rape in the Yugoslav wars.
Defending a Person Charged with Genocide
Essay by a lawyer describing the tribulations of defending clients accused of grave humanitarian offenses in Yugoslavia. From the Chicago Journal of International Law. [PDF] (January 01, 2000)
Sexual Violence as International Crime
HRW Press Release. (May 10, 1999)
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