UN war crimes prosecutors say 1995 Croatian campaign deliberately ethnically cleansed Serbs

Prosecutors say Croatia ethnically cleansed Serbs

Hero or villain? UN war crimes trial will decide legacy of Croatian Gen. Gotovina

Trial wrapping up for Croat generals

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — To fellow Croatians he’s a war hero. For Serbs he’s a criminal who lent tacit support to ethnic cleansing. Of one thing there’s little doubt: Gen. Ante Gotovina has led a life on the edge.

Cyber mastermind _ alleged creator of the Mariposa botnet _ is questioned in Slovenia

Cyber mastermind arrested, questioned in Slovenia

Slovenian police confirm arrest of alleged hacking mastermind

Slovene police confirm arrest of cyber mastermind

Police search office of adviser to French heiress amid claims of illegal campaign donations

Adviser to heiress target of French police search

Serbian police arrest man convicted for helping to assassinate a prime minister

Serbian police catch convicted assassin

BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbia’s police on Thursday caught a fugitive convicted of taking part in the assassination of Serbia’s Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic seven years ago.

Croatia: Ex-ambassador to Washington convicted for luxury meals, shopping at state expense

Croatia: Ex-ambassador guilty of embezzling money

Police search for alleged war criminal after Australia’s High Court orders his extradition

Aust. police hunt alleged Balkans war criminal

Postwar reputation of ex-Serb general illustrates lingering animosities in former Yugoslavia

Ex-Serb general: hero or traitor?

BELGRADE, Serbia — Is Vlado Trifunovic a traitor, war criminal or hero? It all depends on whom you ask in the war-scarred Balkans.

Serbia probes 5 ex-police in 1991 killing and torture of non-Serbs in Croatia

Serbia probes 5 ex-police for war crimes

BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbia’s war-crimes prosecutor’s office says five former policemen are under investigation in the killing of non-Serbs in Croatia in 1991.