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BOSNIA-CONFLICT/
RTX68LPV
June 11, 2018
A weary soldier of the Bosnian Army Fifth Corps' elite 502 "Tigers" brigade rests against a wall before...
Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A weary soldier of the Bosnian Army Fifth Corps' elite 502 "Tigers" brigade rests against a wall before...
A weary soldier of the Bosnian Army Fifth Corps' elite 502 "Tigers" brigade rests against a wall before heading home after his unit captured a strategic town from separatist Serb forces in a government offensive, in Sanski Most, Bosnia October 14,1995. Bosnian and Croatian forces took swathes of territory and secured a road leading from the northwest Bihac area to mountains near Sarajevo in central Bosnia, the final major battle of the Bosnian war. Picture taken October 14, 1995. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
SOCCER-ENGLAND-MCI-WHU/
RTX2NCMV
August 28, 2016
Football Soccer Britain - Manchester City v West Ham United - Premier League - Etihad Stadium - 28/8/16
Manchester...
United Kingdom
Manchester City v West Ham United - Premier League
Football Soccer Britain - Manchester City v West Ham United - Premier League - Etihad Stadium - 28/8/16
Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov greets West Ham manager Slaven Bilic before the match
Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine
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SOUTHEAST EUROPE-LEADERS/
RTX1VRCP
November 25, 2015
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Slovenian President...
Zagreb, Croatia
Croatian President Grabar-Kitarovic, Serbian President Nikolic and Slovenian President Pahor pose for...
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic and Slovenian President Borut Pahor (L-R) pose for a picture before Brdo-Brijuni Process Leaders' Meeting at Presidental office in Zagreb, Croatia, November 25, 2015. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/SUMMIT
RTX1T5P2
October 25, 2015
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanovic (R) attend a meeting...
Brussels, Belgium
Serbian PM Vucic and Croatian counterpart Milanovic attend a meeting over the Balkan refugee crisis with...
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanovic (R) attend a meeting over the Balkan refugee crisis with leaders from central and eastern Europe at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, October 25, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X9F
September 19, 2015
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants play soccer on a field near the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/
RTS1X8Q
September 19, 2015
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary...
TOVARNIK, Croatia
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik
Migrants wait to board a train at the train station in Tovarnik, Croatia September 19, 2015. Hungary and Croatia traded threats on Saturday as thousands of exhausted migrants poured over their borders, deepening the disarray in Europe over how to handle the tide of humanity. More than 20,000 migrants, many of them refugees from the Syrian war, have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, when Hungary used a metal fence, tear gas and water cannon on its southern border with Serbia to bar their route into the European Union. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
TENNIS/
RTSPQB
September 11, 2015
Sep 11, 2015; New York, NY, USA; Novak Djokovic of Serbia (left) shakes hand with Marin Cilic of Croatia...
New York, UNITED STATES
Tennis: U.S. Open
Sep 11, 2015; New York, NY, USA; Novak Djokovic of Serbia (left) shakes hand with Marin Cilic of Croatia after their match on day twelve of the 2015 U.S. Open tennis tournament at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTSPNH
September 11, 2015
Novak Djokovic of Serbia (L) shakes hands with Marin Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight...
New York, UNITED STATES
Djokovic of Serbia shakes hands with Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight sets during their...
Novak Djokovic of Serbia (L) shakes hands with Marin Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight sets during their men's singles semi-final match at the U.S. Open Championships tennis tournament in New York, September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTSPMX
September 11, 2015
Novak Djokovic of Serbia (L) shakes hands with Marin Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight...
New York, UNITED STATES
Djokovic of Serbia shakes hands with Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight sets during their...
Novak Djokovic of Serbia (L) shakes hands with Marin Cilic of Croatia after defeating him in straight sets during their men's singles semi-final match at the U.S. Open Championships tennis tournament in New York, September 11, 2015. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
BOSNIA-SREBRENICA/
RTX1JZ97
July 11, 2015
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (L) hugs Munira Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica...
Potocari, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatian President Grabar-Kitarovic hugs Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica association...
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (L) hugs Munira Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica association as she arrives to attend a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre in Potocari, near Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina July 11, 2015. Abandoned by their U.N. protectors toward the end of a 1992-95 war, 8,000 Muslim men and boys were executed by Bosnian Serb forces over five July days, their bodies dumped in pits then dug up months later and scattered in smaller graves in a systematic effort to conceal the crime. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
BOSNIA-SREBRENICA/
RTX1JZ8V
July 11, 2015
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (L) hugs Munira Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica...
Potocari, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Croatian President Grabar-Kitarovic hugs Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica association...
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic (L) hugs Munira Subasic, the president of Mothers of Srebrenica association as she arrives to attend a ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre in Potocari, near Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina July 11, 2015. Abandoned by their U.N. protectors toward the end of a 1992-95 war, 8,000 Muslim men and boys were executed by Bosnian Serb forces over five July days, their bodies dumped in pits then dug up months later and scattered in smaller graves in a systematic effort to conceal the crime. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
BOSNIA-SREBRENICA/
RTX1JY1G
July 10, 2015
A woman lights candles between papers with numbers symbolizing the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre...
Belgrade, Serbia
A woman lights candles between papers with numbers symbolizing the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre...
A woman lights candles between papers with numbers symbolizing the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in downtown Belgrade, Serbia July 10, 2015. REUTERS/Marko Djurica TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Croatia/
RTR3FWDN
March 02, 2014
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Vukovar, Croatia
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDL
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDK
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDH
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDF
March 02, 2014
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDA
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD9
March 02, 2014
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara...
Vukovar, Croatia
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD5
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD3
March 02, 2014
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The...
Vukovar, Croatia
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWCV
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Center in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
CROATIA/
RTX178PU
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar carry boxes as they collect signatures to call for a referendum on the issue, during a demonstration in downtown Zagreb December 16, 2013. Croatia already has bilingual signs in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in the small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA/
RTX178PS
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script on street signs in the city of Vukovar protest in downtown Zagreb Decemeber 16, 2013. Croatia has bilingual signs, in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in a small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. The banner on top reads, "Introduction of Cyrillic to Serbian way. Vukovar - SAO Krajina". The SAO (Serbian Autonomous Region) of Krajina was a self-proclaimed republic set up by Serbians within the borders of modern-day Croatia during the 1990s. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CROATIA/
RTX178PJ
January 10, 2014
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry...
Zagreb, Croatia
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry...
Demonstrators against the use of Serbian Cyrilic script in street signs in the city of Vukovar, carry boxes as they collect signatures to call for a referendum on the issue during a demonstration in downtown Zagreb December 16, 2013. Croatia already has bilingual signs in Croatian and Italian, but the issue of Serb language and script is much more sensitive in the small republic still traumatised by the 1990s war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJQ
November 18, 2013
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's...
Vukovar, Croatia
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's...
People carry a giant Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJ2
November 18, 2013
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall,...
Vukovar, Croatia
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall,...
People carry a Croatian national flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IJ0
November 18, 2013
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar...
A man carries a flag during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. The words on the flag reads: "Association of Croatian Homeland War Volunteers 1990". REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15IIQ
November 18, 2013
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic (C) talks to the media with Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic (R) during...
Vukovar, Croatia
Croatian President Josipovic talks to the media with PM Milanovic during a ceremony to mark the 22th...
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic (C) talks to the media with Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic (R) during a ceremony to mark the 22th anniversary of Vukovar's fall, in downtown Vukovar November 18, 2013. The Danube town of Vukovar was entirely destroyed 22 years ago by Serb paramilitary forces backed by units of the former Yugoslav army at the beginning of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HCA
November 17, 2013
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November...
Vukovar, Croatia
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial
A girl lights a candle at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HC7
November 17, 2013
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBS
November 17, 2013
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar
A man prays in front of a cross statue in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBM
November 17, 2013
A man takes a picture of a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man take a picture of destroyed house in downtown Vukovar
A man takes a picture of a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBL
November 17, 2013
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar
People walk past a destroyed house in downtown Vukovar ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTX15HBK
November 17, 2013
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial
Crosses are seen during sunset at Vukovar Memorial, ahead of the 22nd anniversary of the Vukovar Massacre November 17, 2013. The massacre was a war crime that occurred between November 20 and 21, 1991 at Ovcara, near the city of Vukovar. A mostly Croatian group of 264 people, civilians included, were murdered by members of the Serb militias after the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovcara, at the end of the Battle of Vukovar. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CONFLICT ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTX135JV
September 03, 2013
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script...
A woman lights a candle in front of riot policemen during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTX135JS
September 03, 2013
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed...
Vukovar, Croatia
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed...
A woman gestures in support of demonstrators during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIACIVIL SOCIETY - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CROATIA/
RTX135JO
September 03, 2013
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic...
Vukovar, Croatia
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic...
Riot policemen protect a bilingual sign on a building during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTX135JL
September 03, 2013
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city...
A man carries a Croatian flag during a protest against signs in Serb Cyrillic script placed in the city of Vukovar September 3, 2013. Several hundred Croat protesters tore down the signs that were put up on Monday in the Croatian city devastated during the independence war with Serb-dominated Yugoslavia, state radio said. The signs were put up in Vukovar in line with a law in the newest European Union member that makes bilingual signs mandatory in any area where more than one third of the local population belongs to an ethnic minority group. Vukovar was reduced to rubble during a three-month siege by Yugoslav and Serbian forces in late 1991. Though rebuilt, the town remains poor, with high unemployment and ethnic tensions. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
CROATIA-PROTEST/
RTXYBSN
April 07, 2013
Croatian war veterans sing songs during a protest against Cyrillic signs at Zagreb's main square April...
Zagreb, Croatia
Croatian war veterans sing songs during a protest against Cyrillic signs at Zagreb's main square
Croatian war veterans sing songs during a protest against Cyrillic signs at Zagreb's main square April 7, 2013. Around 20,000 Croats, mostly war veterans, rallied on Sunday on the central square in the capital Zagreb to protest against a plan to introduce signs in the Cyrillic alphabet used by Serbs. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
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Living with the Wreckage of War - 21 Mar 2013
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CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZM
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, carries some food into an abandoned primary school in the...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, carries some food into an abandoned primary school in the village of...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, carries some food into an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of people, mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZL
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, eats food in his room in an abandoned primary school in...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, eats food in his room in an abandoned primary school in the village...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, eats food in his room in an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZK
March 21, 2013
Inhabitants of an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica receive free food, February 20,...
Strmica, Croatia
Inhabitants of an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica receive free food
Inhabitants of an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica receive free food, February 20, 2013. The school serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of people, mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused. When Croatian troops recaptured areas controlled by Serb rebels during the Croatian war, much of the Serb population fled. After the conflict ended, some of the Serbs returned and Croatian authorities promised that they would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZJ
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, brushes his teeth in the bathroom of an abandoned primary...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, brushes his teeth in the bathroom of an abandoned primary school in...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, brushes his teeth in the bathroom of an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZI
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, puts his hand on a copy of the bible in his room in an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZH
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, recieves free food in front of the abandoned primary school...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, recieves free food in front of the abandoned primary school in the village...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, recieves free food in front of the abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for him and a small group of people, mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZG
March 21, 2013
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, greets a friend on the steps of an abandoned primary school...
Strmica, Croatia
Drazen Matovic, a Croatian Serb, greets a friend on the steps of an abandoned primary school in the village...
Drazen Matovic, a 36-year-old Croatian Serb, greets a friend on the steps of an abandoned primary school in the village of Strmica that serves as a makeshift refugee camp for a small group of mostly Serbs, who are waiting to be rehoused, February 20, 2013. In 1992 when Matovic was 15-years-old, he fled to Serbia with his parents to escape the fighting. Drazen came back to Croatia in 2005 and was sent to Strmica by the UN refugee agency. Croatian authorities have promised that returning Serbs would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 20, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZF
March 21, 2013
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic (R), 65, talks with a friend in the barn that he has lived in for 17 years...
Knin, Croatia
Sava Knezevic, 65, talks with a friend in the barn that he has lived in for 17 years in Knin
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic (R), 65, talks with a friend in the barn that he has lived in for 17 years in Knin, February 19, 2013. Knezevic's house, that sits next door to the barn, was destroyed during the Croatian war and has yet to be rebuilt. He ekes out a meagre living selling discarded plastic bottles and his sole possessions are a small bed and a wood burning stove. After the Croatian war ended, Croatian authorities promised the remaining or returning Serbs that they would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9ZE
March 21, 2013
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, sorts through plastic bottles in the barn that he has lived in for 17...
Knin, Croatia
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, sorts through plastic bottles in the barn that he has lived in for 17...
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, sorts through plastic bottles in the barn that he has lived in for 17 years in Knin, February 19, 2013. Knezevic's house, that sits next door to the barn, was destroyed during the Croatian war and has yet to be rebuilt. He ekes out a meagre living selling discarded plastic bottles and his sole possessions are a small bed and a wood burning stove. After the Croatian war ended, Croatian authorities promised the remaining or returning Serbs that they would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9Z9
March 21, 2013
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, poses in front of his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war,...
Knin, Croatia
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, poses in front of his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war,...
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, poses in front of his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war, in Knin, February 19, 2013. Knezevic has been living in an old barn next door to the house for 17 years, while waiting for it to be rebuilt. He ekes out a meagre living selling discarded plastic bottles and his sole possessions are a small bed and a wood burning stove. After the Croatian war ended, Croatian authorities promised the remaining or returning Serbs that they would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CROATIA/
RTR3F9Z8
March 21, 2013
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, walks through his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war,...
Knin, Croatia
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, walks through his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war,...
Croatian Serb Sava Knezevic, 65, walks through his house that was destroyed during the Croatian war, in Knin, February 19, 2013. Knezevic has been living in an old barn next door to the house for 17 years, while waiting for it to be rebuilt. He ekes out a meagre living selling discarded plastic bottles and his sole possessions are a small bed and a wood burning stove. After the Croatian war ended, Croatian authorities promised the remaining or returning Serbs that they would be given equal assistance in rebuilding war-damaged properties. But 18 years after the conflict, many are still making do with basic or temporary living arrangements. Picture taken February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9R
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic (R), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
Momcilo Perisic (R), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9Q
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic (top R setaed), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
Momcilo Perisic (top R setaed), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9M
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic (R), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
Momcilo Perisic (R), the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, attends a hearing in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9I
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes...
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9G
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes...
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9E
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, enters the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, enters the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes...
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, enters the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9C
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes...
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
WARCRIMES-PERISIC/ACQUITTAL
RTR3EE9B
February 28, 2013
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav...
The Hague, Netherlands
Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes...
Momcilo Perisic, the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, sits in the courtroom of the Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in The Hague February 28, 2013. U.N. war crimes court judges on Thursday overturned the conviction of the former chief of staff of the Yugoslav army, acquitting him of charges of aiding and abetting crimes committed in Bosnia and Croatia during the Yugoslav wars. Judges said Perisic, who was head of the Yugoslav army from 1993, had not directed ethnic Serb forces in Bosnia to use military aid sent from Belgrade for the commission of crimes. They also said he had not been in a position to discipline soldiers for shelling the Croatian capital Zagreb. REUTERS/Koen Van Weel/ANP/Pool (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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