Bosnia And Herzegovina News
Mladic trial to end, where will next war crimes court start?
When a panel of U.N. judges hands down a verdict next week in the trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic, it will mark the end of a ground-breaking era in international law
AP PHOTOS: Many Bosnian war victims still unidentified
It's been 22 years since Bosnia's bloody 1992-95 war ended, yet the remains of numerous victims of genocide and war crimes still await identification. Forensic anthropologist Dragana Vucetic spends her working hours in a forensic facility in the northern town of Tuzla collecting DNA samples from
Change of plea for Ohio man suspected of Bosnian war crimes
A judge has set a change of plea hearing for an Ohio man accused of hiding the fact that he had been in a special police unit in Bosnia and took part in the Serb massacre of more than 8,000 Muslim Bosnians during the 1995 genocide
Ex-Serbian militia member gets 1 year in US citizenship case
A former Serbian militia member charged with killing a Muslim couple during the Bosnian war has been sentenced to one year in prison for lying to obtain his U.S. citizenship
Landmark Srebrenica trial resumes in Serbia
The landmark trial of eight former Bosnian Serb police officers charged with taking part in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre has resumed in Serbia following a suspension
US soccer starts youth movement after World Cup flop
The U.S. turned toward youth after its World Cup flop, and Josh Sargent, Weston McKennie, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tyler Adams and Jesse Gonzalez could get debuts in Tuesday's exhibition against Portugal
Move to delay genocide verdicts for Bosnian Serb chief nixed
UN judges have rejected a defense motion that sought to postpone the delivery of verdicts in the long-running trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic
SPECIAL REPORT: Deadly truck terror in Manhattan
A man in a rented pickup truck drove onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial in New York City and mowed down people Tuesday, killing at least eight and injuring several others.
'A Murder on Orchard Street': The Case
Episode 1: After a young man is shot and killed in Lower Manhattan, his friend and college roommate Forrest, later vindicated, is initially accused.
Angelina Jolie wants 'love and family' to come out of her new film on Cambodia's brutal past
Angelina Jolie hopes the new film "First They Killed My Father," which she produced and directed, depicts the suffering, and resilience, of the people of Cambodia , "in a way that they deserve to be seen." The film, debuting today on Netflix and in select theaters, is based on the 2000 memoir by