||Members of the Serbian Volunteer Guard killed 29 Croat civilians and POWs in the village of Tenja.
||26-27 July 1991
||Forces of the SAO Krajina, an unrecognized Croatian Serb region, killed 22 Croat civilians as well as captured policemen in Glina, Kozibrod and Struga, where the rebel Serb forces employed a human shield consisting of Croat civilians taken from their homes in Struga and the nearby village of Zamlača.
|Struga and Kuljani killings
||26 July 1991
||Struga and Kuljani, near Dvor
||Rebel Serb forces killed seventeen Croat civilians in Struga and Kuljani, near Dvor. This is reportedly believed to be the first mass-killings of civilians during the Croatian War of Independence.
||JNA and Serb paramilitaries killed 58 Croat civilians.
||August 1991-December 1991
||Serb civilians killed by Croat paramilitaries, led by Branimir Glavaš.
||1 August 1991-May 1992
||SAO and TO forces target Croatian police and ZNG POWs, Croat and Hungarian civilians.
||8 August 1991
||SAO Krajina paramilitary units massacred 5 elderly Croat civilians in Lovinac.
|Kraljevčani and Pecki killings
||14 and 16 August 1991
||Kraljevčani and Pecki, near Petrinja
||Serb paramilitaries killed five Croat civlians in Kraljevčani and then another four Croat civilians in nearby Pecki.
||19 August 1991-1992
||Croats killed by JNA and Serb paramilitary groups during the occupation of Pakrac and surrounding areas.
|Banija villages killings
||22 August 1991
||Blinjski Kut and neighbouring villages
||ZNG forces killed 15 Serb civilians and POWs.
||3 September 1991
||Četekovac, Balinci, Čoljug, near Podravska Slatina
||Serb paramilitaries massacred 20 Croat civilians and 2 PoWs.
||5 September 1991
||JNA and Serb paramilitaries killed 120 Croat civilians after seizing the Sajmište suburb, during the Battle of Vukovar.
||13 September 1991
||Korana, near Karlovac
||Croat forces massacre thirteen JNA POWs over the Korana bridge, near Karlovac.
||22 September 1991
||Thirty-four Croat civilians killed by the JNA and Serb paramilitaries.
||22 September 1991
||JNA forces massacred 68 Croat civilians after capturing the village of Tovarnik in September 1991.
||29 September 1991
||Antin and Korođ
||A civilianJNA attack, was deliberately shelled between the villages of Antin and Korođ.
refugee column, fleeing a |
||Fifty-six Croats killed by Serb forces throughout October 1991, during the Battle of Vukovar.
||21 October 1991-February 1992
||Baćin, near Hrvatska Dubica
||SAO Krajina paramilitaries killed 118 civilians, apart from Croats two Serbs.
||25 October 1991
||Twenty-two Croat civilians massacred by the 12th Proletarian Mechanised Brigade of the Yugoslav People's Army, supported by Serb Paramilitaries
|Glinska Poljana massacre
||27 October 1991
||Serb paramilitaries killed 13 Croat civilians.
||2 October-10 November 1991
||Bogdanovci, near Vukovar
||Croatia alleged 87 Croats were killed in the predominantly Croat village of Bogdanovci, approximately 8 km south-east of Vukovar, during and after the attacks carried out on the village on 2 October and 10 November 1991 by the JNA and Serb forces. However, "Taking account of Serbia’s admission (see paragraph 228 above) and the evidence put before it, the Court concludes that a number of Croats were killed by the JNA and Serb forces in Bogdanovci on both 2 October and 10 November 1991, although it is unable to determine the exact number."
|Novo Selo Glinsko massacre
||3 and 16 October 1991
||Novo Selo Glinsko, near Glina
||SAO Krajina forces massacred thirty-two Croat civilians in two separate incidents in October 1991, in the village of Novo Selo Glinsko, near Glina.
||10–18 October 1991
||Lovas and Opatovac
||Serb forces killed 70 Croats in the village of Lovas.
|Pakračka Poljana massacre
||Pakračka Poljana, near Pakrac
||Croat forces massacred at least 22 Serb civilians and POWs.
|Široka Kula massacre
||13 October 1991
||Široka Kula, near Gospić
||SAO Krajina police force massacre of Croat civilians in the village of Široka Kula.
||16–18 October 1991
||About 100 Serb civilians massacred by Croatian forces over a period of several days in October 1991.
||SAO Krajina forces killed 17 Croats.
||2 November 1991
||Lužac, near Vukovar
||Members of the Serbian Paramilitary group, Arkan's Tigers, and JNA forces killed 59 Croat civilians in Lužac, during the Battle of Vukovar
|Murder of the Zec family
||7 November 1991
||Ethnic Serb family of three murdered by five Croatian militiamen; two family members survived. The murderers were apprehended, but released after a controversial court decision in 1992. The Croatian government agreed to compensate the surviving family members in a 2004 court settlement.
||12 November 1991
||Serb paramilitaries kill 29 Croats in the village of Saborsko.
||15 November 1991
||Serb paramilitary unit killed 16 Croats.
||15 November 1991
||Majur, Graboštani and Stubalj
||On the same day the Kostrići massacre occurred, the same Serb paramilitary unit massacred another 38 Croat civilians in the nearby villages of Majur, Graboštani and Stubalj.
||18 November 1991
||Škabrnja and Nadin
||Serb paramilitaries killed 48 Croat civilians and five Croatian POWs in the village of Škabrnja, and 14 civilians in the village of Nadin.
||20 November 1991
||A mostly Croatian group of 263 men and 1 woman (including civilians and POWs), of whom 194 have been identified, were murdered by members of the Serb militias following the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) withdrawal from Ovčara after it brought those patients there from the Vukovar hospital.
||21 November 1991
||Dabar, near Vrhovine
||SAO Krajina paramilitaries tortured and killed seven Croat civilians.
||10 December 1991
||Čečavac, Čečavački Vučjak, Jeminovac, Ruševac and Šnjegavić, near Požega
||Croat forces killed at least 41 Serb civilians across several Serb villages near Požega.
|Paulin Dvor massacre
||11 December 1991
||Paulin Dvor, near Osijek
||Croatian Army soldiers massacred eighteen Serbs and one Hungarian in the village of Paulin Dvor.
|Gornje Jame massacre
||11 December 1991
||16 civilians (15 Croats and 1 Serb) killed by Šiltovi Serbian paramilitary unit.
||13 December 1991
||43 Croat civilians massacred by White Eagles paramilitaries during Operation Papuk-91.
||13 December 1991
||Bokane, Krašković, Miokovićevo and Zvečevo
||On the same day of the Voćin massacre, the same White Eagles paramilitaries killed another 20 Croat civlians during their retreat through neighbouring villages south of Voćin.
||16 December 1991
||Serb paramilitaries killed 21 Croatian civilians killed reportedly in retaliation for Serb losses sustained in Operation Whirlwind.
||21 December 1991-June 1993
||Donji Lađevac and Gornji Lađevac
||Series of abuses and killings of Croat civilians, who remained in the Donji and Gornji Lađevac villages, by SAO Krajina paramilitaries.
||21 December 1991
||Ten Croatian civilians killed by Republic of Serbian Krajina forces.
||10 November 1991 – 3 June 1992
||A series of killings of 37 Croat and Hungarian civilians by local SAO forces and Serb Volunteer Guard paramilitaries.
||September 1991–June 1992
||After the fall of Petrinja to Serb forces in September 1991, as many as 250 Croat civilians and POWs were killed during the occupation.
||July 1991-June 1992
||Illegal detainment, torture and killings of at least 24 Serbian civilians from Sisak by members of the Croatian Army and police forces. Other reports claim that up to 107 Serbian civilians were murdered or disappeared during this time period
||26 December 1991
||Thirty-two Croat civilians massacred by Croatian Serb militia and Territorial Defense. A further thirty-two civilians are declared missing and are presumed to have been killed by Serb forces later into the occupation.
|Banski Kovačevac massacre
||20 March 1992
||Banski Kovačevac, near Karlovac
||Croat civilians killed by Serb paramilitaries.
||4 May 1992
||Serbia's Red Berets special forces abducted and killed three men and two women. They were initially buried in Tikveš, before the bodies were moved to conceal the killings.
|Slavonski Brod shelling
||15 July 1992
||12 Bosniak refugees killed after their accommodation at a stadium in Slavonski Brod was shelled by the Army of the Republika Srpska.
||9 February 1993
||Medviđa, near Benkovac
||Eighteen Croat civilians killed by Serb forces, allegedly in retaliation for the Croatian Army offensive- Operation Maslenica
|Solin rocket attack
||14 June 1993
||Biograd na Moru
||5 killed, 7 wounded
||Republic of Serbian Krajina forces fired M-87 Orkan cluster rockets at the Solin beach in Biograd na Moru, killing 5 and wounding 7 civilians
|Operation Medak Pocket
||9-17 September 1993
||36 (ICTY estimate)
||Serb civilians killed by Croat forces during and after Operation Medak Pocket.
||1 May 1995
||Medari, near Okučani
||HV forces killed 22 Serb civilians during Operation Flash.
|Zagreb rocket attacks
||2-3 May 1995
||7 killed, 214 wounded
||Republic of Serbian Krajina forces used multiple rocket launchers, fitted with cluster munitions, to strike civilian-populated areas of Zagreb on the 2 and 3 May 1995, in retaliation for the Croatian Army offensive- Operation Flash. Part of the ICTY conviction of Milan Martić and Momčilo Perišić
||Serb civlians killed by Croat forces during and after Operation Storm.
|Donji Lapac killings
||20 Serb civilians massacred by Croat forces after Operation Storm. Part of the ICTY indictment of Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač
||Biskupija, near Knin
||Fifteen Serb civilians massacred by Croat forces in the aftermath of Operation Storm
||14 elderly Serb civilians executed by Croat forces in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
||4 August 1995
||3 killed, 6 wounded
||RSK aircraft targeted Croat civlians during an attack on Gospić, in retaliation for the beginning of Operation Storm.
||6 August 1995
||Uzdolje, near Knin
||10 Serb civilians massacred by Croat forces in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
|Glina refugee column massacre
||7-8 August 1995
||Main road between Glina and Dvor
||Serb civilians in a refugee column killed after being ambushed by HV and ARBiH (5th Corps) forces during Operation Storm.
||8 August 1995
||Nine elderly and disabled Serb civilians massacred by Croat forces in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
||12 August 1995
||Nine elderly Serb civilians massacred by Croat forces in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
||25 August 1995
||Grubori, near Knin
||6 Serb civilians massacred by the Lučko Anti-Terrorist Unit in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
||10-27 August 1995
||Kistanje, near Knin
||Croat forces massacre thirteen mostly elderly Serb civilians in the aftermath of Operation Storm, throughout August 1995
||27 August 1995
||Gošić, Šibenik-Knin County
||Croat soldiers massacred 8 elderly Serb civilians in the aftermath of Operation Storm.
||28 September 1995
||Croat soldiers massacred nine elderly Serb civilians in the village of Varivode, although the war was over.