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THE HAGUE | 16.09.2015.

PROVING MLADIC'S ALIBI

Witness Radovan Popovic, former journalist of the Vojska magazine, claimed in his evidence that on 16 July 1995 – amid the executions of Srebrenica men and boys – Ratko Mladic was in Belgrade as the best man at the wedding of Biljana and Zarko Stojkovic. What did the Vojska journalist knew about executions at Branjevo?
THE HAGUE | 14.09.2015.

BELGRADE ON SREBRENICA GENOCIDE MAP

SENSE Center for Transitional Justice has produced an audio visual presentation, which has now been exhibited in the Center for Cultural Decontamination in Belgrade. In a brief and systematic way, the presentation shows the key facts about the Srebrenica genocide adjudicated by the Tribunal in The Hague. The work has been exhibited in collaboration with the Humanitarian Law Center in Belgrade and the SENSE Center for Transitional Justice in Pula
THE HAGUE | 13.09.2015.
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CONTESTING MASSACRE AND PROVING ALIBI

The defense of Ratko Mladic, who is on trial for genocide and other crimes in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, continues to contest the claim that the Serb side was responsible for the Markale incident on 28 August 1995, when a shell killed 43 persons and injured 75. A new witness will testify about Mladic’s alibi at the time of the Srebrenica executions in July 1995
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2015.

SREBRENICA IN BELGRADE

Audio visual presentation describing how the Srebrenica crimes were investigated, reconstructed and prosecuted at the ICTY, that constitute the permanent display of the SENSE Documentation Centre in Potočari, will be presented in Belgrade next week
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2015.

DEFENSE: NIKOLIC INVENTED STORY ABOUT MLADIC'S HAND GESTURE

In his evidence at Ratko Mladic's trial as well as at several other trials before the Tribunal, Momir Nikolic claimed that after the fall of Srebrenica the accused general had made a hand gesture to let Nikolic know that the Bosniak prisoners would be killed. Nikolic was the chief of security in the Bratunac Brigade. In the examination-in-chief of former OTP investigator Bruce Bursik the defense suggested that Nikolic had invented the story
THE HAGUE | 06.09.2015.
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FROM MARKALE TO PALE AND KONJEVIC POLJE

Next week Ratko Mladic’s defense witnesses will cover a wide range of topics, from the first Markale town market to UN staff who were taken hostage in Pale to the accused addressing the Muslims captured after the fall of Srebrenica
THE HAGUE | 02.09.2015.

MLADIC’S TRIP FROM CRNA RIJEKA TO BELGRADE

At Ratko Mladic's trial, the defense called his former driver Mladjen Kenjic as a witness. Kenjic claims he drove the former Main Staff commander to Belgrade on 14 July 1995. According to the witness, he drove Mladic back from Belgrade to Crna Rijeka on 17 July 1995 at noon. Kenjic claimed that they didn’t stop anywhere along the road. They did not see anything out of the ordinary on their trip, Kenjic told the judges
THE HAGUE | 30.08.2015.
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TWO WITNESSES AND A STATUS CONFERENCE

Crime inspector from Ilidza Simo Tusevljak continues his evidence at the trial of Ratko Mladic. Mladjen Kenjic will be the next witness. Kenjic was the driver of the accused during the war and he will testify about the nature and duration of Mladic’s stay in Belgrade at the time when the Srebrenica inhabitants were being executed en masse. Mladic will not be the only accused in the Tribunal’s courtrooms next week. There will be a status conference on Wednesday in the case against six Bosnian Croats headed by Prlic
THE HAGUE | 27.08.2015.

'I CONTEST METHODOLOGY, NOT FIGURES'

On the last day of her evidence in Ratko Mladic’s defense, Svetlana Radovanovic explained that she didn’t want to contest the number of the people who went missing or were killed in Srebrenica. The purpose of her testimony was to explain that in her view the methodology applied by the prosecution’s experts was not in line with the current scientific standards. Radovanovic is a professor of demography and statistics from Belgrade
THE HAGUE | 25.08.2015.

SREBRENICA – MASSACRE OR ACCIDENT?

Ratko Mladic’s expert Svetlana Radovanovic criticized the prosecution’s expert for using the term massacre in her description of the events following the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995. The witness said that her science knew of only three types of violent death – murder, suicide or accidental. Radovanovic noted that she couldn’t tell which of the three happened after Mladic’s troops entered Srebrenica

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