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On the territory of the Srebrenica municipality, 3287 Serbs were killed or died after horrible torture between 1992 and 1995. This is not the final figure.
 
 
 

Italian General doubits Serbs shelled Markale
Monday, 19 June 2017
BELGRADE, June 18 /SRNA/ - The retired Italian NATO general and military diplomat Biagio Di Grazia doubts official interpretations of the event at Markale purporting that the Sarajevo market was shelled by the Serbs and that the Serbs massacred the Albanians in Racak in Kosovo.

Di Grazia, who conducted an investigation into the Markale shelling, says he doubt the Serbs would have shelled a marketplace only a few steps away from an Orthodox church.

He told the Belgrade-based Politika daily that he had sent the relevant report to the European Community Monitoring Mission /ECMM/ headquarters and that they were not interested and that nothing happened.

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Notorious Terrorists from BIH in Syrian Juhadist Stronghold
Thursday, 15 June 2017
SARAJEVO, June 15 /SRNA/ - A large group of jihadists from BiH with families is in the Syrian city of Mayadin, the main jihadist stronghold in the province of Idlib, where they came from Raqqa and Mosul, reports the Vecernji List newspaper.

Some of the most notorious terrorists of BiH arrived in Mayadin. Ines Midzic from Bihac is one them and he appeared in the film "Jihad is Honor, Message for the Balkan people"; under the pseudonym of Salahudin el Bosnia, he slaughtered Kurdish soldier in the footage.

The newspaper claims that Midzic went to Syria with Fikret Hadzic via Istanbul on a flight from Sarajevo on August 15. He returned to BiH several times, passing border crossings undisturbed regardless of arrest warrant being issued against him.

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Terrorists launder Billions of Euros through FBIH
Wednesday, 14 June 2017
BANJALUKA, June 14 /SRNA/ - According to an analysis of the flows of international money laundering and terrorist financing published by the US specialized financial agency Global Financial Integrity /GFI/, approximately half a billion of Euros from legal financial flows disappear annually in BiH through money laundering.

According to GFI, the least 850 million US dollars disappeared in BiH between 2001 and 2010.

Numerous non-governmental organisations from the Arab world that are brought into connection with Islamic terrorism are duly registered at the addresses in the cities/towns of the BiH Federation, reports Euroblic.


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Bosnian Ex-Soldiers Charged over Serb Boy’s Murder
Friday, 09 June 2017
08 Jun 17 | BIRN | Emina Dizdarevic, Sarajevo

Female ex-soldier Elfeta Veseli and former Bosnian Army unit commander Sakib Halilovic were charged with involvement in the killing of a 12-year old Serb boy in the Zvornik municipality in 1992.

The Bosnian state court on Thursday confirmed the indictments of Elfeta Veseli and Sakib Halilovic, charging them with committing war crimes against the civilian population in the north-eastern Zvornik municipality in the summer of 1992.

According to the charges, on an undetermined date in the second half of July or first half of August 1992 in the village of Bajrici-Novo Selo in the Kamenica area of the Zvornik municipality, Veseli killed the 12-year old Serb boy, while Halilovic failed to undertake necessary and reasonable actions to punish the perpetrator of the crime.
 
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Dukic: Indictments for War Crimes in 13 Krajina Municipalities will be issued soon
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
SARAJEVO, May 16 /SRNA/ - The president of the Republika Srpska Association of Former Camp Inmates, Branislav Dukic, says that it was said at a meeting today with ICTY chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz that indictments for war crimes against Serbs committed in Sijekovac, Brod, Derventa, Mrkonjic Grad, Dobrovoljacka Street, Tuzla Convoy and war crimes in 13 Krajina municipalities will be issued in the next six months.

After a meeting between representatives of Serb victims of war associations, Brammertz, acting BiH chief prosecutor Gordana Tadic and prosecutors who work on war crimes cases, Dukic said that they were told that the former commander of the 5th Corps of the so-called Army of BiH, Atif Dudakovic, should be brought to justice soon.

“If this does not happen, then there is no more point to meet with Brammertz and Tadic,” Dukic has said.
 
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Rajlic: More than 360 Serb Women were taken Prisoner in Posavina
Saturday, 06 May 2017
BANJALUKA, May 5 /SRNA/ - More than 360 Serb women, many of whom were killed, raped and tortured, were kept prisoner in the Muslim-Croat prison camps in Posavina during the war, President of the Association of Women Victims of War of Republika Srpska, Bozica Zivkovic Rajilic, told SRNA.

"Serb women were exposed to various kinds of psychological and physical abuse in these camps,among which they were baked on a hot plate, and a number of them were killed in the most brutal way by being dragged naked by tanks and trucks by the Croatian Defence Council /HVO/ members," said Rajilic.

She points out that insignificant number of HVO commanders and members have been brought to justice, while the sentences issued by the Court of BiH were inappropriate for the crime committed.

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