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Archive: ITV News reports on the Bosnian war

Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic (R) and his general Ratko Mladic in April 1995. Credit: Reuters

Former Bosnian-Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been sentenced to 40 years after being found guilty of ten of 11 charges war crimes during the Bosnian war.

Here is a look back at some ITV News reports filmed on the ground during the conflict, which took place from 1992-1995.

Warning: Some of the reports contain distressing images

  • Muslims held in Bosnian Serb camp at Trnopolje

Penny Marshall gained exclusive access to some of the Serbian-run detention camps in Bosnia that were at the centre of allegations of torture and executions.

  • Muslims forces to flee their homes

In 1993, as the Bosnian conflict wore on Colin Baker witnessed first hand Muslims being forced from their homes by Serbian soldiers.

  • Fighting continues into the night in Sarajevo

Terry Lloyd reports from Sarajevo in 1992 as heavy fighting continues despite an agreed ceasefire brokered by UN peace negotiators.

  • Bombing at market in Sarajevo

The UN find that the Serbs were responsible for a mortar shell attack at a Sarajevo market which killed 36 people, as Michael Nicholson reports.

  • Alleged new mass grave found in northern Bosnia

In 1996, evidence of a new alleged mass grave was found in northern Bosnia, Paul Davies travelled to the scene.

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