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THE HAGUE | 20.02.2004.

JUDGES CHECK WHETHER DERONJIC'S GUILTY PLEA IS UNEQUIVOCAL

Possible "material discrepancies" in Miroslav Deronjic's statements lead judges to schedule a new sentencing hearing.
THE HAGUE | 18.02.2004.

THE “SHIPMENT” TO PALE

Why did Miroslav Deronjic send 400 Bosniak detainees from Bratunac to Pale, the "capital" of what was then the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in May 1992?
THE HAGUE | 15.02.2004.
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FINAL LAP FOR THE PROSECUTION

Hague Round-up: Only two working days to go before the end of the prosecution case against Slobodan Milosevic. Testimony of SDS insider. New testimony about Mujahedin crimes. Is General Strugar fit for trial? Proceedings against defense counsel for attempts to pressure witnesses and disclose their identities. Status conferences in the proceedings against the Vukovar Three and Vojislav Seselj
THE HAGUE | 12.02.2004.

VICIOUS CIRCLE OF BLOOD AND REVENGE

General Philippe Morillon, former UNPROFOR commander, testifies at the trial of Slobodan Milosevic about the dramatic situation in Srebrenica in the spring of 1993 and the role the then-Serbian president played in preventing the worst from happening – and how it happened after all two years later.
THE HAGUE | 11.02.2004.

SREBRENICA OPERATION WAS COMMANDED BY OFFICERS ON BELGRADE PAYROLL

Former VRS officer and participant in the July 1995 attack on Srebrenica testifies that although Serbian MUP and VJ forces did not directly participate in the operation, most of the commanding officers of the VRS units involved were on the payroll of the Yugoslav Army via Belgrade.
THE HAGUE | 10.02.2004.

THE BIGGEST COVER-UP IN UN HISTORY

Diego Arria, former Venezuelan ambassador to the UN and current special advisor to the UN Secretary General, testifies at the Milosevic trial that the UN Secretariat, Boutros-Ghali and UNPROFOR fed misinformation to the Security Council about the real situation in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995.

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