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THE HAGUE | 13.10.2015.

MOMIR NIKOLIC SET FREE LAST YEAR

According to a redacted version of the decision issued in March 2014, Momir Nikolic was granted early release after serving about 12 years in prison. Nikolic, who pleaded guilty before the Tribunal for the crimes in Srebrenica, was sentenced to 20 years
THE HAGUE | 11.10.2015.
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WEEK WITHOUT TRIALS

There will be a break in the defense’s case at the trial of Ratko Mladic until 19 October 2015. A status conference in the appellate proceedings in the case against Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, former Bosnian Serb police chiefs, has been slated for Thursday
THE HAGUE | 08.10.2015.

KARADZIC’S 'REPORT' TO UN SECRETARY GENERAL

In a letter to Ban Ki Moon Radovan Karadzic has called for an enquiry into the health of the Tribunal’s detainees. Karadzic also wants the work of the Tribunal and the OTP to be investigated. If the Tribunal’s President and the chief prosecutor are entitled to report regularly twice a year to the United Nations, the accused should have the same right, Karadzic had noted as the self-appointed representative of the detainees
THE HAGUE | 23.09.2015.

KARADZIC GETS HIS STATUS CONFERENCE

The Trial Chamber has granted Radovan Karadzic's motion for a status conference. It has been scheduled for 29 September 2015. The parties will discuss his health and conditions in the detention unit
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

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