73 men, 32 women and 11 children were murdered by Croatian Defense Council (CDC) forces on that tragic day of April 16, 1993.
Serbs in Leposavic, Zubin Potok, Zvecan and North Mitrovica are boycotting the European Union's Rule of Law Mission (EULEX).
Dragan Covic attacks the EU for using Sejdic-Finci case to deny it membership to the bloc.
Officials said the collection, which included three gold necklaces worn by women of high social status, would be given to Bulgaria's National Museum of History
The second-round vote for the largely ceremonial post will be held together with a snap parliamentary election
30 women and 20 minors are among those of the 900 prisoners who have been pardoned.
Fifteen years after the end of the Kosovan war, pressure is mounting on the country to establish a tribunal in the alleged crimes of the Kosovo Liberation Army.
Excavation starts as International Criminal Tribunal prosecutor meets victims' groups.
Bulgaria has long been an anomaly in Europe, a country inside the European Union and the NATO military alliance, yet which feels close to Russia
The government said that it had no official control of its troops because they were "blue helmets" taking part in a United Nations peacekeeping mission during the Bosnian war.
The man who blew up a bus in a Bulgarian Black Sea resort in 2012 was of Algerian origin and trained in camps in South Lebanon, the Bulgarian daily Presa said
A partial tally released by election officials, based on a count of about a quarter of the ballots cast, gave Orban's Fidesz party 48.2 percent of the vote.
Radomir Susnjar was arrested in connection with the massacre of 59 Bosniaks in 1992.
The Dutch Defense Ministry said the amount of compensation to pay for relatives of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre victims will be announced by next week.
The Marines are part of a crisis response team headquartered in Moron, Spain, and primarily meant for operations in Africa, although they can be sent anywhere, a Pentagon spokesman said
Marina Lovric Merzel, the prefect of Sisak county in central Croatia, was taken away from her flat by police before dawn
Attack, which is a noisy critic of the United States and Bulgaria's NATO membership, is the only Bulgarian party to openly champion Russia's intervention in the Ukraine.
Most analysts say Dodik's rhetoric has more to do with playing the nationalist card among voters than any real intention
Kosovo Police Spokesman Baki Kelani said unidentified people opened fire at border patrol police in North Mitrovica's Banya village.
"There can be no peace while women in conflict or post-conflict zones are raped with impunity," the Oscar-winning actress said in Sarajevo.
Milutin Graic, 41, is accused of being a member of a militia that ethnically cleansed Croats.