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(FPRI) — In late March, Kosovo internal security forces detained and then expelled a senior Serbian government official, Marko Đurić, who traveled to a .... subsumed the fourth—the Republic of Serbian Krajina [Republika Srpska Krajina]—under the 1995 Erdut Agreement, something acknowledged by all ...
In late March, Kosovo internal security forces detained and then expelled a senior Serbian government official, Marko Đurić, who traveled to a North .... subsumed the fourth—the Republic of Serbian Krajina [Republika Srpska Krajina]—under the 1995 Erdut Agreement, something acknowledged by all but ...

Most attention has been directed to its paradoxical finding that while fascist symbols violate the constitution and the law, there are circumstances in which the government can turn a blind eye to this fact. As interesting and controversial as this conclusion is, more fascinating still is the reasoning used to reach ...
The Republic of Serbian Krajina was weak and it was the fault of the local authorities and Serbia that it was ceded to Croatia. It failed to ... They also had the right to vote in Croatia and to delegate their representatives to the Croatian parliament, government, courts and other public offices. The Croatian army ...
MOSCOW, February 12. /TASS/. Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko needs the Donbass conflict to maintain his position as president after the 2019 election, Director of the Progressive Politics Foundation Oleg Bondarenko at TASS roundtable dubbed The Minsk Agreements: Three Hard Years.

ISLAMABAD - PPP leader Senator Rehman Malik on Monday urged the government to move the International Criminal Court against Indian Prime Minister ... of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic, President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Martic and Milan Babic, Presidents of Republic of Serbian Krajina.
The Serbian army will receive some 30 modernized Russian T-72 tanks next year. A Serbian military observer told Sputnik Serbia what the modern armor means for the Balkan country's defense capabilities. Last year, Moscow and Belgrade penned a military-technical assistance agreement entitling Serbia ...

Milan Babic, the first president of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, an unrecognized state largely populated by Serbs in Croatia, was indicted for war crimes in 2004. He was found dead after he reportedly committed suicide on March 5, 2006, while in the ICTY detention unit in The Hague. The tribunal ...
In 1998, Slavko Dokmanovic, a Croatian Serb indicted by the ICTY on charges of participating in the deaths of more than 200 civilians in the Croatian city of Vukovar in November 1991, hung himself in his prison cell. Milan Babic, the first President of the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina, was ...
Dutch authorities are investigating an apparent security breach that allowed a Bosnian Croat war criminal to take his own life in a courtroom. Slobodan Praljak, 72, died in a hospital in The Hague on Wednesday within hours of drinking a vial of poison during the reading of his appeals judgment at the ...
The Croatian Serb fighters he trained helped carve out a rebel enclave that was proclaimed to be the Republic of Serbian Krajina but was taken back by ... at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague have connected the Tigers directly to Slobodan Milosevic's government, ...
The world often forgets that the Croatian government forcibly expelled up to 200,000 Serbs who had attempted to form a Serb state within Croatia, the self-styled Republic of Serbian Krajina. A journey into East Sarajevo, into the Republika Sprska entity, gives a sense of the segregative effect of the recent ...
The world often forgets that the Croatian government forcibly expelled up to 200,000 Serbs who had attempted to form a Serb state within Croatia, the self-styled Republic of Serbian Krajina. A journey into East Sarajevo, into the Republika Sprska entity, gives a sense of the segregative effect of the recent ...
On August 4, 1995, Croatia launched “Operation Storm” against the Serb-inhabited territory of Krajina. As a result, the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina ceased to exist, thousands of people were killed and over 220,000 driven from their homes. More than two decades on, the Ukrainian leaders ...
... war crimes against the Serbian population during the operation in the same way that the head of the so-called Republic of Serbian Krajina Mile Martić was ... More than twenty years later, in March 2016, the government led by Tihomir Orešković declared notorious Serbian war criminal Vojislav Šešelj as ...


 

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