Dijana Čuljak

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Dijana Čuljak (born 1968[1]) is a Croatian television host. She began to work as a reporter for Croatian Radiotelevision during the Croat-Bosniak war. She was also an editor of Otvoreno talk show. Today she is a news editor on Croatian Radiotelevision. Her role in 1993 Vranica Case is by many Bosniaks and Croats considered controversial. Vranica case was a massacre committed by Croatian forces during the HVO attack on Bosniak population in Mostar in May 1993.[2][3][4]

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  1. ^ "Dossier Dijana Čuljak - Uspon i pad najmoćnije TV novinarke" (in Croatian). Retrieved 25 April 2013. 
  2. ^ Vranica case and Dijana Culjak role -
  3. ^ Jutarnji List - Culjak prozvana zbog smrti vojnika Armije BiH
  4. ^ ICTY (IT-04-74) Prlic et al. Case - Transcript: "The journalist was Dijana Culjak ... at the end of this footage they showed the people and their names and surnames who obviously knew where those young men were located. And among other things, I hope that this testimony of mine will contribute to us learning where the bones are at least ... The young men were shown as they were taking out the picture of Sefer Halilovic and the emblem which indicates the fact that they had been taken prisoner and that that was how it was staged, because there is very little likelihood that people would otherwise have stood before an execution squad, for example, in that way, or whatever you like to call the people standing in front of them." [1]