31 March: LM, the magazine formerly known as Living Marxism, has closed after losing a libel action brought by ITN over an article in which it accused the broadcaster of misrepresenting one of the most enduring images of the Bosnian war.
15 March: ITN and two reporters won a resounding £375,000 libel victory in the high court yesterday over a magazine's accusations that they had deliberately misrepresented an image that came to symbolise the atrocities of the Bosnian war.
Ed Vulliamy: eyewitness to genocide
Guardian journalist Ed Vulliamy, who saw the Bosnian concentration camps first hand, on why ITN's libel win is a victory for history.
Ed Vulliamy was the first newspaper journalist to go inside the camps, with ITN's reporters. You read his live discussion here.
August 1992: the original reports
'Are you a prisoner?' 'I don't know. This is not a prison,' replied Fehim Berzic, his eyes filled with tears.
`I don't want to tell any lies, but I cannot tell the truth,' says the young man, emaciated, sunken-eyed, and attacking his watery bean stew like a famished dog, his spindly hands shaking.
ITN libel trial: Terrified eyes of a camp doctor said more than celebrity campaigning or the might of a giant news organisation
Original video from ITN (For both reports, use Mozilla Firefox, since Internet Explorer doesn't work well. Scroll down the page to find links for these videos.)
By Penny Marshall from August 6, 1992
By Ian Williams from August 6,1992