2014-09-05ICTY chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz said the country's progress in dealing with war criminals is evident.
2012-12-20The Hague tribunal ruled that Zdravko Tolimir participated in the 1995 Srebrenica genocide.
2012-11-20The surprise acquittal of two former Croatian generals in The Hague raises questions on the potential impact on other trials.
2012-10-17Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in a speech, describes the UN Security Council's stance on strife in neighbouring Syria as "negligence."
2012-08-30Some municipalities are renaming of streets, squares, schools and bridges to recognise national or ethnic heroes, but the proposals sometimes spark debate.
2012-07-12Organisers did not permit politicians to hold speeches at the 2012 Srebrenica Commemoration.
2012-06-05There was no genocide in Srebrenica, Serbia President Tolmislav Nikolic says, and he will not attend the annual commemoration for the victims.
2012-05-30Human rights violations have taken a wide range, from inter-ethnic tension to domestic violence.
2012-05-21After prosecutors failed to disclose thousands of pages of evidence to the Mladic defence team, a judge suspended the trial.
2012-05-21Who has the right to vote and hold office is a central issue, especially in the Srebrenica elections.
2012-05-12Serbia's presidential election runoff is scheduled for May 20th, although the current ruling party will likely remain in power. Bloggers debate the results of the election.
2012-04-26Only about 20% of war crimes have been prosecuted by various domestic courts.
2012-01-04The handover of former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic to the UN tribunal in The Hague was one of the most important events in the Balkans in 2011, a year which was also marked by violent clashes in Kosovo's volatile north.
2011-12-29Ratko Mladic will testify via video at the trial of those accused of helping him elude capture.
2011-12-12The chief prosecutor reminded Serbia of unfinished business with the court, blasted Croatia for criticising the tribunal and scolded Bosnia and Herzegovina for the escape of an indictee.
2011-12-08Politicians say the country has met the conditions to receive an EU candidacy nomination, but many Serbs are wary of future conditions.
2011-11-04SETimes speaks to the Igman Initiative's Alexander Popov about the legacy of conflict.
2011-10-03The LDP leader calls for a change in official policy.
2011-09-23The government launches an inquiry into how top war crimes indictees such as Ratko Mladic managed to elude justice for so long.
2011-09-07Analysts argue whether the verdict will have consequences on Serbia's position in the lawsuits filed over the wars of the 1990s.
By co-operating with NATO, Serbia will see improvement in its defence system and security sector reforms, officials and experts said.