Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was sentenced to 40 years in jail by UN judges who found him guilty of genocide for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and of nine other war crimes charges.
In a rare move, a judge reopened the case of Gen. Ratko Mladic, allowing prosecutors to present new evidence from a mass grave discovered in 2013.
The Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s were notorious for the use of sexual violence as a war tactic, but years later, women in countries like Bosnia, Croatia, and Kosovo struggle to seek justice against the men who raped them.
Two decades after Bosnian Serbs slaughtered 8,000 Muslims in a UN "safe haven," Serbia has finally tracked down some of the suspected perpetrators.
Immigration officials reportedly have evidence that the suspects lied on their visa applications and participated in the 1995 atrocities in Srebrenica.
Woman Who Testified Against Slobodan Milosevic Wants to Leave Witness Protection and Sue the British Police
A key witness at the former Serbian leader's war crimes trial is upset with the International Criminal Court and London's Metropolitan Police over her relocation to England.