Serbia charged 14 people, mostly ethnic Serbs, on Thursday over the killing of 70 civilians in a Croatian village early in the 1991-95 war, the war crimes prosecutor’s office said. The 14, who include former Yugoslav army soldiers, local militia members and paramilitaries, were charged with committing war crimes against the civilian population in the village of Lovas, near the town of Vukovar in eastern Croatia. “This is the first time that former army members are being prosecuted,” office spokesman Bruno Vekaric told Reuters. Full Story
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