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THE HAGUE | 29.11.2015.
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DEFENSE TO CONTEST HISTORICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

Next week Ratko Mladic’s defense will call two witnesses: Serbian historian Milos Kovic and David del Pino, an anthropologist from Chile. The witnesses will contest the evidence of prosecution experts and other witnesses about the historical context of the BH war and forensic findings from the Srebrenica graves
THE HAGUE | 22.11.2015.
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YASUSHI AKASHI TO TESTIFY IN MLADIC’S DEFENSE

Ratko Mladic’s defense has indicated it will call only one new witness next week – Yasushi Akashi, former UN special envoy. Retired general Mitar Kovac, the defense’s military expert, will continue his testimony begun last week
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 | 08.11.2015.
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PRISON CAMPS AND MASS GRAVES IN LJUBIJA MINE

Ratko Mladic’s defense case continues with the evidence of two new witnesses, Savo Strbac and Ostoja Marjanovic. Strbac is a former official in the Krajina Serb government and the president of Veritas, an NGO. During the war Ostoja Marjanovic was the director of the Ljubija mine near Prijedor. The mine facilities were used as prison camps for non-Serb civilians. Also, mass graves like Tomasica have been found within the mine perimeter
THE HAGUE | 01.11.2015.
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EXPERTS ON BALLISTICS AND HISTORY TO TESTIFY IN MLADIC’S DEFENSE

After ballistics expert Mile Poparic completes his evidence, Ratko Mladic’s defense will call another expert, Dr. Milos Kovic, a professor of history at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade
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 | 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
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 | 04.10.2015.
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THIRD WEEK OF BALLISTICS AT MLADIC’S TRIAL

After Zorica Subotic completes her marathon evidence at the trial of Ratko Mladic, the defense will call yet another ballistics expert. Mile Poparic will also testify to corroborate the defense case which is that the former commander of the VRS Main Staff is not responsible for sniper attacks on Sarajevo civilians
THE HAGUE | 27.09.2015.
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KARADZIC AND MLADIC TO REUNITE AT TRIBUNAL

After quite some time, the two former Bosnian Serb leaders will both appear in court in The Hague. Radovan Karadzic will be back at the Tribunal for a status conference and Ratko Mladic’s defense will continue calling its evidence

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