Articles by Misha Savic

Srebrenica Suspects Convicted

  • 11 April 07
  • The Associated Press
Four Serb paramilitaries seen in a video gunning down Bosnian Muslims near Srebrenica in 1995 were convicted on Tuesday of war crimes against civilians by Serbia's War Crimes Court.

Serbs Go on Trial in Taped Killing of Bosnian Muslims

  • 21 December 05
  • The Associated Press
The landmark trial of five Serb militiamen charged with the videotaped execution of six Bosnian Muslim civilians in 1995 opened in Belgrade on Tuesday.

NATO on High Alert in Kosovo

  • 22 March 04
  • The Associated Press
NATO-led peacekeepers in full riot gear erected barricades, set up checkpoints and parked armored personnel carriers at strategic locations Sunday to prevent unrest at the funerals for two ethnic Albanian boys whose drowning deaths sparked violence in Kosovo.

Serbian Parties Choose Speaker

  • 05 February 04
  • The Associated Press
Serbia's fractured pro-democracy parties elected a new parliamentary speaker Wednesday after reaching for support from former President Slobodan Milosevic's Socialist Party, which now appears likely to play a key role in forming a new government.

Serbia Opens Trial of Assassins

  • 23 December 03
  • The Associated Press
The trial of the suspected assassins of Serbia's prime minister opened Monday, with the focus on an alleged plot by gangsters and police to bring allies of Slobodan Milosevic back to power.

Serbs Look to Russia for Milosevic's Wife

  • 31 March 03
  • The Associated Press
The wife of former President Slobodan Milosevic has fled to Russia, Serbia's Interior Ministry said Saturday.

Violence Used to Challenge Milosevic

Serb Blocs To Share Power

U.S. Withdraws From Key Serb Bridge

NATO, Serbs Agree Over TV Transmitter

NATO Cracks Down on Serb Media

  • 02 September 97
  • The Associated Press
NATO has seized a transmitter run by backers of war-crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic to punish them for broadcasting calls for violence against foreign organizations in Bosnia, officials said Monday.

Plavsic Divides Bosnian Serb Military

Holbrooke Inches Forward Bosnian Peace Process

War Crimes Probe Targets Yugoslav Minister

War Crimes Trial Details Atrocities

Serbs Seek Justice in Hague War Crimes Trial

Protesting Belgrade Teachers Shift Attention to Economics

Belgrade Crackdown Spurs More Protests

Unpaid Teachers Join Serbia Protests

Crack DownProtests Step Up as Serbian Leaders Claim Win

The Fall of Serbia's Infamous 'Sadist'

Karadzic Out, But Still a Free Man

Bosnian Serbs Feel Betrayed by Patrons

Bosnian Serbs Defy Milosevic, Denounce Plan

Yugoslav Dinar to be Exchanged for Gold

Yugoslav Dinar to be Exchanged for Gold