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Institute for War and Peace Reporting

IWPR builds democracy at the frontlines of conflict and change through the power of professional journalism. IWPR programs provide intensive hands-on training, extensive reporting and publishing, and ambitious initiatives to build the capacity of local media. Supporting peace-building, development and the rule of law, IWPR gives responsible local media a voice. Website: www.iwpr.net
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"Loyal" Muslims Allowed to Remain in Sanski Most

20 February 2015 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Manjaca Camp "Safest Place" for Prisoners – Bosnian Serb Officer

20 February 2015 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Mladic Witness Claims Non-Serbs Left Town Voluntarily

11 February 2015 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

"Srebrenica Five" Convictions Upheld

4 February 2015 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Bosnia: European Values Must Come from Within

22 December 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Mladic Witness Denies Ethnic Cleansing Policy Existed

10 December 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Former Guard Denies Witnessing Crimes at Bosnian Serb Camp

28 November 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Wartime Bosnian Serb Officer Blames Arkan for Sanski Most Crimes

24 November 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Witness Unaware of Abuses in Nearby Bosnian Serb Prison Camp

18 November 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

Mladic Witness Claims Hunger Deaths Were "Propaganda"

5 November 2014 | Publisher: Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Document type: Country News

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