Archive: ITV News reports on the Bosnian war
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.
Read - Penny Marshall: Today belongs to Radovan Karadzic's victims
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.