Saturday, April 01, 2006

BiH agency tackled over 500 cases of organised crime, war crimes last year

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SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) -- The BiH State Information and Protection Agency (SIPA) worked on over 500 cases of organised crime and war crimes last year, SIPA deputy chief Sead Lisak said on Sunday (26 March). He noted that almost half of cases were launched at the request of the judiciary.

In all, SIPA tackled 202 cases of suspected money laundering and terrorism financing, 114 of which were resolved by the end of the year and forwarded to prosecutors. Out of the total 382 war crimes cases processed last year, 105 were completed, with seven people arrested. (RTRS, Srna - 26/03/06)



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