07 June 2004 by -

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) indicted on 25 May the former Croatian general Mirko Norac, 36, for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in September 1993 against Serb civilians during the Croatian army\'s offensive into the Medak Pocket (central Croatia). Norac is already serving a 12-year sentence delivered in March 2003 by a Croatian court for the murder of dozens of Croatian Serbs at the Rijeka port in 1991.

23 July 2007 by -

In Zagreb, on July 16, following three days spent reading the indictment, the first testimonies were heard in the trial of two Croatian generals, Rahim Ademi and Mirko Norac, the Croatian news agency HINA reports. The two officers are the only people accused by the ICTY to have been transferred to Croatia. The presiding judge says that he would like to have heard all witnesses by October 10.

22 October 2007 by Drago Hedl

On October 15, Branimir Glavas, a retired Croatian general and long-time head of 1 of the 20 Croatian counties, entered the county court of Zagreb. He is accused of war crimes committed 16 years ago, during the war in former Yugoslavia. Leaning on a cane, this 51-year-old man, usually energetic, seemed weakened. His voice trembled as he greeted his peaceful supporters.