UN digs up Bosnia war crimes site
July 8, 1996: One year after Srebrenica 's fall, forensic investigators are gathering evidence for The Hague trial. Julian Borger reports from Cerska.

08, Jul, 1996 @6:05 PM

OSCE faces poll peace challenge
IMPLEMENTING crucial parts of Bosnia's complex peace agreement will be a huge and potentially risky challenge for the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which holds its annual council today. Foreign ministers from the OSCE - with 54 member states the world's widest but probably least-known security organisation - meet in Budapest to approve ambitious plans for supervising Bosnia's elections and monitoring human rights.

IAN BLACK, Diplomatic Editor

07, Dec, 1995 @4:30 PM

Witness finds evidence of Serb killing fields
The first journalist has reached the scene where mass graves are believed to hold Bosnian Muslims executed when the former 'safe havens' of Srebrenica and Zepa fell in July. David Rohde of the Christian Science Monitor reports on what he saw at Nova Kasaba.

David Rhode

19, Aug, 1995 @10:25 AM

UN confirms Bosnian massacre
A UNITED NATIONS investigation has found that Bosnian Serb soldiers committed wholesale human rights abuses after the fall of the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica last month, including mass executions and beatings.

Julian Borger and Ian Traynor in Zagreb, and Hella Pick in London

12, Aug, 1995 @11:59 AM

Spy pictures 'show Bosnia massacre'
There is 'compelling evidence' that up to 2,700 Muslim men of military age were massacred by Bosnian Serbs after the fall of Srebrenica , the United States told the UN security council yesterday.

Mark Tran in New York

11, Aug, 1995 @10:24 AM

Death of a community
July 27, 1995: 'No Allah, no UN, no Nato can save you. Only me,' they say he told them. After General Mladic had demonstrated his power, they were driven away from the houses and farms they and their forebears had occupied for centuries: Martin Woollacott witnesses the stream of refugees fleeing the fallen Bosnian town of Zepa

27, Jul, 1995 @10:22 AM

UN indictment: Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic
Richard J. Goldstone, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, pursuant to his authority under Article 18 of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ("The Statute of the Tribunal"), charges:

24, Jul, 1995 @4:30 PM

UN indictment: Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic

24, Jul, 1995 @10:20 AM

Rampant Serbs push UN aside
July 11 1995: On this day the Srebrenica massacre began when Serbian troops forced thousands of Muslims out of UN-protected territory. This is how the Guardian reported the news.

Ian Traynor in Vienna

12, Jul, 1995 @10:24 AM

Bosnian Crisis: Guilt is the price of surviving Zepa
The first refugees from the fallen enclave arrive in Zenica with stories of the choices that meant life. Julian Borger reports.

By Julian Borger

28, Jun, 1995 @12:08 PM

UN envoy condemns 'barbaric' Serbs
Fears grow for 7,000 Muslims missing from Srebrenica.

By Ian Black, Diplomatic Editor

25, Jun, 1995 @10:17 AM

Serbs fight shy of the camera
The Bosnian conflict has reached its endgame and Karadzic loyalists know their cause is doomed, writes Maggie O' Kane, the first Western journalist to reach his stronghold of Banja Luka.

Maggie O' Kane

15, Jun, 1995 @10:26 AM

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