As Radovan Karadzic begins to outline his defence at his trial in The Hague, residents of Srebrenica - the city where he allegedly caused the massacre of thousands of Bosnians - are trying to get on with their lives. Bosnians and Serbs there tend to live apart, but there is hope that the next generation could reconcile them.
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The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ruled in favour of Jewish and Roma plaintiffs who said they were prevented from running for office in Bosnia because of their ethnic origin (photo: two Bosnian Roma children).
Legal advisors to Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic have gone on strike over unpaid fees, officials said Wednesday as Karadzic looked to appeal a UN court's decision to assign him a defence lawyer.