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DEN HAAG | 11.07.2016.

SREBRENICA NARRATIVE PRESENTED IN BELGRADE, ZAGREB AND SARAJEVO

The latest interactive narrative produced by SENSE is presented in the Medija Centar in Belgrade, Europa cinema in Zagreb and the Museum of History of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo
Den Haag | 04.07.2016.
New Interactive Narrative produced by SENSE-Transitional Justice Center

SREBRENICA: GENOCIDE IN EIGHT ACTS

In addition to the full audio visual presentations produced for the SENSE Documentation Centre in Potočari, the interactive narrative contains a selection of court exhibits, including some 250 key documents, video recordings and photographs introduced into evidence on different 'Srebrenica trials'
DEN HAAG | 03.05.2016.

IT DOES NOT MATTER IF VICTIMS WERE ARMED OR NOT, AS LONG AS THERE WAS FIGHTING

Based on a document produced by the VRS 1st Krajina Corps, defense demography expert Dr. Svetlana Radovanovic concluded that there was fighting with the 'extremist' groups in the Prijedor area at the relevant times. When the prosecutor stressed that the document does not state the ‘extremist’ groups were armed, the defense’s demography expert argued that her goal was not to establish ‘whether someone was armed or not but whether there was fighting going on’
Den Haag | 25.04.2016.

BELGRADE PATHOLOGIST’S ‘LONDON CONNECTIONS’

What did Dr. Zoran Stankovic tell Ratko Mladic in October 1995 about the possibility that he might get the Tribunal's indictment against the general withdrawn? Mladic described the meeting in detail in his diary and recorded it on audio tape. In the cross-examination of the defense’s expert the prosecutor played the recording
DEN HAAG | 20.04.2016.

BLINDFOLDED VICTIMS OR FIGHTERS WITH ‘BANDANAS’

In the final part of Dr. Zoran Stankovic’s examination-in-chief, Ratko Mladic’s defense alleged that the Srebrenica victims exhumed from the mass graves may have been killed in combat, and not executed. Strips of cloth found on the victims' heads were not blindfolds but ‘bandanas’ worn by fighters, the defense argued
Den Haag | 18.04.2016.

HOW DEFENSE EXPERT CHALLENGES PROSECUTION EXPERTISE

According to Mladic's defense expert Zoran Stankovic, the report on Tomasica drafted by British pathologist John Clark is ‘inadmissible’ as evidence in the proceedings because of Clark’s ‘informal’ role in the exhumations and post mortems. Stankovic cannot understand how Clark could ‘stoop so low’ as to take photos of post mortems
THE HAGUE | 15.04.2016.
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MLADIC’S DEFENSE TO REST ITS CASE ‘AT A SNAIL'S PACE’

The defense of the former VRS Main Staff commander intends to call just three witnesses before resting their case. The first witness is a pathologist from Belgrade, medical doctor Zoran Stankovic. As a defense’s expert, Dr. Stankovic will try to contest the findings related to the mass grave exhumations in Srebrenica, Tomasica and other locations listed in the indictment against Ratko Mladic
Den Haag | 24.03.2016.

RADOVAN KARADZIC SENTENCED TO 40 YEARS IN PRISON

The former Republika Srpska president was found guilty of 10 out of a total of 11 counts in the indictment and was sentenced to 40 years prison. The Trial Chamber was not convinced beyond reasonable doubt that the crimes in the seven municipalities had been committed with the intent to commit genocide. The judges took Karadzic’s withdrawal from public functions in July 1996, the regret he had expressed and his good behavior in the detention unit as mitigating circumstances
18.02.2016.

RADOVAN KARADZIC JUDGMENT ON 24 MARCH

The judgment in the case against Radovan Karadzic will be rendered on 24 March 2016. At the end of the trial which lasted almost five years, the prosecution asked for a life sentence for the accused, while Karadzic asked the judges to acquit him on all counts in the indictment
DEN HAAG | 12.02.2016.

AUTOPSY CONFIRMS TOLIMIR DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES

An enquiry by the Dutch authorities has shown that Zdravko Tolimir, former VRS general, died of natural causes three days ago in the UN Detention Unit. Tolimir was sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in genocide and other crimes in Srebrenica and Zepa in 1995

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