Prosecutor Raises Extensive Indictment against a Group of Suspected Car Thieves

Bosnian prosecutor for organized crime charged a group with car theft and trafficking in vehicles and car parts in what is called the biggest case against so-called “auto-mafia” in the country. Continue reading Prosecutor Raises Extensive Indictment against a Group of Suspected Car Thieves

Election Regulator Approves Parties, Candidates for the October Race

Bosnian Central Election Commission wrapped up the verification of political parties and independent candidates that applied to enter the race for seats on the country’s presidency and assemblies at multiple levels in the elections that will be held this October. Continue reading Election Regulator Approves Parties, Candidates for the October Race

Governments Do Little to Expedite the Search for the Missing

As many as ten thousand families in the region of former Yugoslavia still seek relatives who went missing during the country’s violent break-up in the nineties, the chief prosecutor of the war crimes court in The Hague told the UN Security Council in New York. Continue reading Governments Do Little to Expedite the Search for the Missing