Serbian war crimes
Serbian war crimes may refer to:
Serbia in the Balkan Wars
The Kingdom of Serbia was one of the main parties in the Balkan Wars (8 October 1912 – 18 July 1913), victorious in both phases. It gained significant territorial areas of the Central Balkans and almo...
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Pogrom in Krnjeuša
The Pogrom in Krnjeuša of 9-10 August 1941 was an organized attack in the territory of the Catholic parish of Krnjeuša in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, carried out by Serb Chetniks against the ...
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Zagreb rocket attacks
The Zagreb rocket attacks were a series of two artillery attacks conducted by Serb armed forces that fired surface-to-surface missiles on the Croatian capital of Zagreb during the Croatian War of Ind...
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Podujevo massacre
The Podujevo massacre (Albanian: Masakra e Podujevës, Serbian: Masakr u Podujevu) is the name generally used to refer to the killing of 14 Kosovo Albanian civilians, mostly women and children,...
Bajram Kelmendi
Bajram Kelmendi (1937–1999) was an ethnic Albanian lawyer and human rights activist in Kosovo, Yugoslavia.
He was born into an ethnic Albanian family near Peć, part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. H...
Lovas massacre
The Lovas killings (Croatian: masakr u Lovasu, Serbian: zločini u Lovasu, Cyrillic: злочини у Ловасу) involved the killing of 70 Croat civilian residents of the village of Lovas between 10–18 ...
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Identity cleansing
Identity cleansing is defined as "confiscation of personal identification, passports, and other such documents in order to make it difficult or impossible for those driven out to return".
Expelled...
Trnopolje camp
The Trnopolje camp was a concentration camp established by Bosnian Serb military and police authorities in the village of Trnopolje near Prijedor in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina during the first mo...
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Likoshane massacre
The Likoshane Massacre refers to the killing of 14 members of the Ahmeti family by Serbian police in the village of Likoshane in central Kosovo, FR Yugoslavia on 28 February 1998.Nataša Kandić of Belg...
Ovčara camp
Ovčara was a Serbian transit camp for Croatian prisoners during the Croatian War of Independence, from October to December 1991, and the location of the Ovčara massacre.
Ovčara is located 5 kilome...
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Glogova massacre
The term Glogova massacre refers to the mass murder of 64 Bosniak civilians by Serb forces, consisting of the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA), Bratunac Territorial Defence (TO), local police, and parami...
Sremska Mitrovica prison
Sremska Mitrovica prison (Serbian: Казнено-поправни завод у Сремској Митровици / Kazneno-popravni zavod u Sremskoj Mitrovici) is the biggest prison in Serbia, consisting of two facilities. It is situa...
Knin camp
Knin camp was a detention camp run by the rebel Serb army in Knin in the puppet state of Republika Srpska Krajina, that held Croatian detainees, soldiers and civilians, from 1991 until 1992, during th...
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Višegrad massacres
The Višegrad massacres also known as the Višegrad Genocide were acts of mass murder committed against the Bosniak civilian population of the town and municipality of Višegrad during the ethnic cleansi...
Višegrad massacres - Wikipedia
Kosta Mušicki
Konstantin "Kosta" Mušicki (Serbian Cyrillic: Константин Коста Мушицки; 7 April 1897 – 17 July 1946) commanded the collaborationist Serbian Volunteer Corps during World War II. He was captured by ...
Barimo Massacre
Barimo massacre is the massacre of 26 Bosniaks in Barimo village in Višegrad Municipality in August 1992 by the Bosnian Serb Army. The victims were mostly women and children. The entire village was bu...
Rape in the Bosnian War
During the Bosnian War, and the Bosnian genocide, violence assumed a gender-targeted form through the use of rape. While men from all ethnic groups committed rape, the great majority of rapes were per...
Petar Baćović
Petar Baćović (Serbian Cyrillic: Петар Баћовић; 1898 – April 1945) was a Bosnian Serb reserve army officer, lawyer, and then a Chetnik commander (vojvoda, вoјвода) within occupied Yugoslavia...
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Prijedor massacre
The Prijedor massacre, also known as the Prijedor ethnic cleansing, refers to numerous war crimes committed during the Bosnian War by the Serb political and military leadership mostly against Bosniak ...
Bela Crkva massacre
The Bela Crkva massacre was the mass-killing of Kosovo Albanian villagers from Bela Crkva, Kosovo by Serb armed forces on 24–25 March 1999.Twelve hours after NATO had started bombing strategic Serb ta...
Markale massacres
The Markale massacres were two bombardments carried out by the Army of the Republika Srpska targeting civilians during the Siege of Sarajevo in the Bosnian War. They occurred at the Markale (marketpla...