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THE HAGUE | 15.11.2015.
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VIDEO LINK BETWEEN BANJA LUKA AND THE HAGUE

Ratko Mladic’s defense intends to call three witnesses next week. Miliary expert Mitar Kovac will make return briefly to the courtroom on Monday. On Tuesday, Kovac’s evidence will be interrupted for the testimony of two other witnesses. Professor Mile Dmicic and former VRS soldier Dragan Vujcic will give evidence from Banja Luka via video link
THE HAGUE | 13.11.2015.

CHINESE JUDGE TO RULE ON ORIC’S MOTION

Chinese judge Liu Daqun will rule on Naser Oric’s motion in which he asked the Tribunal to order the BH State Court in Sarajevo to terminate the proceedings against the former BH Army commander in Srebrenica for war crimes
THE HAGUE | 12.11.2015.

OBSTRUCTING ‘NON-EXISTENT’ TRIBUNAL IN THE HAGUE

Dragan Kijac continued his evidence in Ratko Mladic’s defense. Kijac, who headed the Bosnian Serb secret police during the war and later became the police minister, had claimed that he didn’t know anything about the Srebrenica crimes until 2000. The prosecutor contested Kijac’s claims with the evidence showing that Kijac was involved in an operation in which false documents were issued to the killers from the 10th Commando Detachment. The unit members were given false papers to protect them from the Tribunal in The Hague, the prosecutor emphasized. The witness replied that at the time the Tribunal ‘did not exist’ as far as he was concerned. Kijac noted that there was no law in Republika Srpska regulating cooperation with the Tribunal
THE HAGUE | 09.11.2015.

REQUEST TO TERMINATE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST ORIC

Naser Oric's defense has called on the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals to order the termination of the proceedings against the war-time commander in the BH Army. The charges against him were brought before the State Court in Sarajevo
THE HAGUE | 26.10.2015.

FROM VALJEVO VIA JAHORINA TO SREBRENICA

The court hears how a bank clerk from Valjevo ended up on the other bank of the Drina river among the Republika Srpska special units which took part in the VRS Srebrenica operation. Ratko Mladic’s defense notes that the police from the Republic of Serbia provided support to their colleagues from Republika Srpska in the preparation for the capture of the enclave. Srebrenica was formally under UN protection at the time
THE HAGUE | 26.10.2015.

DUSAN DUNJIC DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES

A post mortem conducted by Dutch pathologists in the presence of their Serbian colleagues has shown that Mladic’s witness Dr Dusan Dunjic died of natural causes
THE HAGUE | 25.10.2015.
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MLADIC’S DEFENSE TO PROBE SREBRENICA AND SARAJEVO

The only ongoing trial before the Tribunal continues with the evidence of two new witnesses called by Ratko Mladic’s defense. In his first appearance in The Hague, a special police force member from Jahorina Ljubodrag Gajic will talk about his involvement in the Srebrenica operation in July 1995. Another witness, ballistics expert Mile Poparic, will deny the responsibility of the Bosnian Serb army for sniper attacks on civilians in Sarajevo
THE HAGUE | 21.10.2015.

JUDGE AGIUS – TRIBUNAL’S NEW PRESIDENT, JUDGE LIU VICE-PRESIDENT

Judge Carmel Agius from Malta was appointed president of the Tribunal and his Chinese colleague Liu Daqun was elected vice-president. The president and the vice-president – most likely the last judges to hold the posts – were elected for the period of two years. Their term of office will begin on 17 November 2015
THE HAGUE | 21.10.2015.

‘RUMORS’ ABOUT SREBRENICA GENOCIDE

Former chief of the Bosnian Serb secret service Dragan Kijac claims that he was at a wedding in Montenegro during the mass executions of prisoners from Srebrenica. According to Kijac, he only heard about the crime in 2000. Later Kijac admitted that as early as in 1996 he heard ‘rumors’ about Muslim men and boys being executed. The indictment against Ratko Mladic qualified the crime as genocide
THE HAGUE | 18.10.2015.
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ANOTHER SREBRENICA WEEK AT MLADIC’S TRIAL

The trial of Ratko Mladic, former commander of the VRS Main Staff, for double genocide and other crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues next week. The defense will call witnesses to contest the findings of the Tribunal’s investigation into the mass executions in Srebrenica in July 1995

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