Serb army commander sends off for his false teeth - and dismisses UN war crimes tribunal as 'satanic court'
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Tuesday 27 October 2009
UN prosecutors opened their genocide case against Radovan Karadzic today - despite his continued boycott of the case - calling him the "undisputed leader" of Serbs responsible for atrocities throughout Bosnia's brutal four-year war.
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Friday 29 August 2008
The UN tribunal for the former Yugoslavia entered a plea of not guilty on behalf of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic for war crimes and genocide charges on Friday after he refused to enter one.
Sunday 03 August 2008
Friday 01 August 2008
The myriad of theories about why Jill Dando was killed resurfaced today as Barry George was cleared of her murder.
Tuesday 29 July 2008
Many people welcome the recent growth in the power of international criminal tribunals. However, their track record should give cause for extreme concern about the way that this new supranational power will be wielded.
Wednesday 23 July 2008
Radovan Karadzic is expected to be extradited within days to The Hague, where he will eventually stand trial before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. There he will be reunited with old friends and foes who also face prosecution for the parts they allegedly played in the Bosnian war.
Thursday 12 June 2008
Dubbed the "King of Roma music", Serbia's Saban Bajramovic was the best-known male Romany singer of his generation. He was adored throughout the Balkans for his sobbing, gravelly wail in a career spanning more than four decades, during which he wrote around 700 songs and released more than 20 albums.
Tuesday 04 March 2008
Desimir Tosic was a Serb politician who lived in Britain between 1958 and 1990. At the end of Communist rule, he returned to Yugoslavia to help re-establish the Democratic Party (DS), of which he was one of the best-known members, as well as its vice-president for a while.
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