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11 September 2015

War Criminals May Receive Benefits from Republika Srpska Government

If a new law on the rights of Republika Srprska representatives who served from 1991-1996 is adopted, three war crime convicts and a war crime suspect will receive payments from the budget of Republika Srpska.

21 July 2015

Karadzic Verdict Scheduled for December

The Hague Tribunal is planning to hand down its verdict against Radovan Karadzic, the former president of Republika Srpska, in December. The verdict was previously scheduled for October.

29 April 2015

Mladic Witness: Bosniaks Targeted After Attacking Serbs

A former Bosnian Serb Army commander told Ratko Mladic’s trial that his units didn’t expel Bosniaks from the Podrinje region in 1992 and 1993, insisting that they only retaliated after enemy attacks.
24 April 2015

Karadzic Seeks Meeting on His Worsening Health

The former Bosnian Serb president has asked the tribunal to hold a status conference in June to discuss his health, prison detention conditions and other objections.
25 February 2015

Hague Tribunal Warns Karadzic for ‘Frivolous Motions’

The Hague tribunal has warned Bosnian Serb ex-president Radovan Karadzic and his legal adviser to stop delaying his trial with “frivolous” motions that do not help his case.
5 February 2015

Markale As Symbol of Sarajevans’ Defiance

People gathered at the Markale market in Sarajevo yesterday to commemorate the twenty first anniversary of the massacre that took place there during the Bosnian war.
28 January 2015

Karadzic Demands Internet Access in Detention

Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic asked the Hague Tribunal to allow him to access the internet while he is in detention so he can pursue his career as a writer.
19 January 2015

Hague Tribunal Faces a Dramatic 2015

Verdicts in the high-profile war crimes trial of Radovan Karadzic and Goran Hadzic are due this year, while the controversy over the release of Vojislav Seselj looks set to continue.
30 October 2014

Karadzic Demands Secret Diplomatic Cables

Former Bosnian Serb political leader Karadzic wants the Hague Tribunal to reopen his defence case to admit confidential cables from Western ambassadors he believes will help prove his innocence.
7 October 2014

Karadzic's 'Clean Conscience and Heavy Heart'

Presenting his comment on the Hague Prosecution’s closing statement, Radovan Karadzic, former President of Republika Srpska, points out that he always advocated for a peaceful solution of conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH.
7 October 2014

Radovan Karadzic ‘Wanted to Destroy Bosniaks’

As Karadzic’s war crimes trial nears its end, the prosecutor argued that the former Bosnian Serb leader masterminded a campaign of murder and ethnic cleansing aimed at eradicating Bosniaks.
2 October 2014

Karadzic Certain of Acquittal

In his closing statement, former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic said that he wants only the truth, for the sake of truth and international well-being and that the truth will free him of all charges of genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2 October 2014

Karadzic ‘Knew Nothing’ About Srebrenica Massacres

In closing arguments at Radovan Karadzic’s trial, the indictee’s lawyer said the Bosnian Serb ex-leader did not order or know anything about the killings of 7,000 Muslims so was not guilty of genocide.
1 October 2014

Serbs Pushed into a Corner

Presenting his closing statement, Radovan Karadzic says that, in his capacity as Republika Srpska, RS, President, he did not need to react to information from ministries of internal affairs, MUP, regarding conditions in prisons.

1 October 2014

Voluntary Departure, not Enforced Resettlement

Presenting his closing statement, Radovan Karadzic says that, in his capacity as President of Republika Srpska, he issued 64 orders to respect humanitarian laws, which The Hague Prosecution neglects.