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1 October 2014

Accusations Are Allusions and Small Talk

At the beginning of his closing statement, Radovan Karadzic said that The Hague prosecution presented allusions, small talk and statements of its employees as evidence against him.

30 September 2014

Justice for Victims – Life Imprisonment

In its closing statement The Hague Prosecution requests that Radovan Karadzic be sentenced to life imprisonment in order to achieve justice for all victims from Sarajevo, Srebrenica and other towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH.

29 September 2014

Karadzic and Empty Gestures

Presenting his closing statement, Prosecutor Alan Tieger says that a thesis by Radovan Karadzic’s Defence that Karadzic insisted on respecting all rights and measures for preventing crimes during the war was “an empty gesture”. 

29 September 2014

Predominance over Municipalities and Army

Presenting his closing statement, Prosecutor Alan Tieger speaks about the influence of indictee Radovan Karadzic on crisis committees, which were established in municipalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, during the war.

29 September 2014

Indictee as a Liar and Mafioso

At the beginning of presentation of his closing statement Prosecutor Alan Tieger says that former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic, who is charged with genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, is a liar and mafioso.

26 September 2014

Radovan Karadzic ‘Optimistic’ as Trial Nears End

Closing arguments begin next week at Karadzic’s war crimes trial, and his legal adviser told BIRN that the former Bosnian Serb leader believes he’ll be acquitted if the court is fair.
28 August 2014

Witness Thankful to Tribunal

As Ratko Mladic’s trial continues, Defence witness Velimir Dunjic, former Commander of the Igman Brigade with the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, denied having opened disproportionate artillery fire at targets in Sarajevo during 1992 and 1993.
27 August 2014

Karadzic Requests US General’s ‘Muslim Attack’ Evidence

Former Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic has asked the Hague Tribunal to accept new evidence from a US Army cable alleging that only Bosniak troops attacked UN peacekeepers.
14 August 2014

Karadzic’s Request for New Trial Rejected

The Trial Chamber of the Hague Tribunal rejects a motion filed by Radovan Karadzic, who requested that his trial begins anew due to constant delays in disclosing the Hague Prosecution’s evidence.
1 August 2014

Request for Exemption of Judges Rejected

The Trial Chamber of The Hague Tribunal rejects a motion filed by indictee Radovan Karadzic, who requested their exemption due to the expiry of their mandates.

17 July 2014

Karadzic Requests Exemption of Judges

Radovan Karadzic,former President of Republika Srpska, who is charged with genocide and other crimes in BiH, files a motion with The Hague Tribunal, requesting exemption of all judges sitting at his trial, saying that their mandates have expired.

12 May 2014

Mladic Plans to Invite 336 Witnesses

The Defence of Ratko Mladic announces that it will present the judges with 336 witnesses during its evidence presentation process, which is due to begin on May 19. Mladic is charged with genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

5 May 2014

Karadzic Wants Two Verdicts

Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic has asked the Hague Tribunal to break up his verdict in two, so that if found guilty, a separate sentencing hearing be scheduled.
22 April 2014

Bosnian Serb Leadership ‘Ordered Srebrenica Prisoners’ Deaths’

The mass murders of Bosniaks from Srebrenica were committed as a result of a “command from the top”, the genocide trial of former Serb fighter Aleksandar Cvetkovic was told.
26 March 2014

Hague Tribunal Rejects New Karadzic Prosecution Witnesses

The Hague Tribunal rejected a prosecution request to reopen its case and call 14 more witnesses to deny claims made by former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic.