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28 November 2013

Request for Investigation against Del Ponte Rejected

The Hague Tribunal rejects a request by indictee Radovan Karadzic to open an investigation against former Chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte due to contempt of court.

12 November 2013

Mladic Commanded even When in Belgrade

The Prosecution’s military expert Richard Dannatt says before The Hague Tribunal that Mladic commanded the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, in the days after the occupation of Srebrenica in July 1995, although he was in Belgrade at the time.

1 October 2013

Examination of Carla del Ponte’s Moves

Hague Tribunal President Theodor Meron forms a special trial chamber, which will examine whether there are grounds for initiating an investigation against former Chief Hague Prosecutor Carla del Ponte for contempt of court.
10 June 2013

Seselj Wanted a ‘Greater Serbia’

At the trial of Radovan Karadzic, ex-Serbian Radical Party leader Seselj confirmed his wartime goal was a ‘Greater Serbia’ including “Serbian Bosnia, Serbian Herzegovina, Serbian Macedonia, Serbian Croatia”.
7 June 2013

No Joint Persecution

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, who is charged with persecuting the Bosniak and Croat population in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a witness says that the indictee did not have a hostile attitude towards members of those two peoples.

30 May 2013

Stanisic "In Shock "After Acquittal

Former Serbian security official Jovica Stanisic is said to be "in shock from happiness" after the Hague Tribunal acquitted him and Franko Simatovic of controlling combat units that fought in Bosnia and Croatia.

30 May 2013

Serbian Security Chiefs Acquitted of War Crimes

The Hague Tribunal has acquitted former Serbian security officials Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic of controlling the most notorious combat units that fought in the Balkan wars.

22 May 2013

Seselj Testifies in Defence of Karadzic

Vojislav Seselj, leader of the Serbian Radical Party, is due to testify before The Hague Tribunal in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former President of Republika Srpska, in June.

25 April 2013

Astonished By the Deportation of Muslims

Former United Nations, UN Peace Envoy Yasushi Akashi says at Radovan Karadzic’s trial that, according to UNHCR’s assessment, most Muslims wanted to leave the Srebrenica enclave, which was occupied by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, in July 1995.

24 April 2013

UN Peace Envoy Testifies for Karadzic Defence

Former UN peace envoy Jasushi Akashi testified at Radovan Karadzic’s Hague trial that it was impossible to prove that Bosnian Serb forces were responsible for a market massacre in Sarajevo.
19 April 2013

Killed after Carrying Dead Bodies

At the trial of Ratko Mladic, prosecutors present a recording of the murder of six Srebrenica residents committed by the “Skorpioni” Serbian paramilitary formation members in the vicinity of Trnovo in mid July 1995.

12 October 2012

Mladic: Out of Control

As the trial of Ratko Mladic, who is charged with genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continues, Hague Prosecution witness John Wilson says that, following the fierce shelling of Sarajevo from surrounding Serb positions in late May 1992, senior officers of the then Yugoslav National Army, JNA dissociated itself from that attack, saying that “Mladic was out of control”.
24 May 2012

Legal Analysis of the Directive and the Regulations on Access to Information by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina

“In July 1995, in his position as a President of Republika and a supreme commander of the army and police, and as part of the organized criminal enterprise together with S.M and others in their positions as commanders and chief officers of the army and police of Republic, the accused R.K. incited, ordered and executed acts of genocide in municipality S., resulting in the death of approximately 8,000 people: E.K., A.B, etc.“
16 May 2012

Mixed Feelings of Victims at Mladic's Trial

Representatives of Bosnian victims, who attended the start of Ratko Mladic's trial in the Hague, hope that the defendant will live long enough to hear his verdict.
26 July 2011

Hadzic Arrest Closes Serbia’s ‘Hague’ Chapter

The arrest and handover of Goran Hadzic marks a milestone in Serbia’s difficult relationship with the international war crimes tribunal.