This section provides information about the case tried before the ICTY concerning the crimes committed in Kamenica camp, near Zavidovići in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the summer of 1995. It also contains a collection of archival material and videos produced by the Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP).
One person, Rasim Delić, has been convicted before the ICTY for crimes committed in Kamenica camp.
Selected Case Information
Rasim Delić (IT-04-83)
Selected Archive Material
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Videos produced by the MIP
In the summer of 1995, at Kamenica camp in Central Bosnia, members of the “El Mujahed” unit of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina committed grave crimes against detained soldiers of the Army of Republika Srpska. Dozens were killed and some were decapitated. During Rasim Delić’s trial before the ICTY, detainees who survived testified about the maltreatment and humiliation to which they were subjected.
List of Kamenica Detainees
On 11 September 1995, members of the “El Mujahed” unit of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH) detained and later executed 52 Bosnian Serb soldiers at Kamenica camp in Central Bosnia. Before the executions, captured Bosnian Serb soldiers were registered by the ABiH on a detainee list. This list was admitted into evidence in the Delić case before the ICTY.
The execution of 52 Bosnian Serb detainees was one in a series of crimes committed in the Kamenica camp.