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THE HAGUE | 08.03.2015.
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WERE THERE KILLINGS IN TRNOPOLJE?

Six witnesses are slated to give evidence in Ratko Mladic’s defense next week. According to their written statements, three of the witnesses will testify about the prison camp, or as they prefer to call it, the 'collection center’- in Trnopolje near Prijedor. At first glance the testimonies appear to be contradictory: one witness argues that there were no killings in Trnopolje while another claimed that ‘civilians in uniforms’ committed the murders and that the crimes were investigated
THE HAGUE | 01.03.2015.
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MLADIC’S COMPLAINTS IN JULY 1995 IN DOBOJ

At the trial of Ratko Mladic the defense continues calling evidence to contest or at least play down the responsibility of the former VRS commander for the crimes during the war in BH. What did Mladic refer to when in July 1995 he purportedly said that ‘things happened that should never have happened’? A status conference in the case against Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin will be held on Friday
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2015.
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MLADIC KNEW NOTHING ABOUT ‘TERRIBLE’ KILLINGS

Ratko Mladic’s defense plans to examine five witnesses whose testimonies pertain mostly to the events in the Srebrenica enclave in July 1995. Former VRS members will give evidence on how Mladic reacted to the ‘killing of 2,000 Muslims’ in Srebrenica. Also, the witnesses will tell the judges Mladic was critical of the civilian police in Konjevic Polje: he accused them of ‘sunbathing and stealing’ while the ‘soldiers die for them’. Goran Hadzic’s motion for provisional release is pending
THE HAGUE | 15.02.2015.
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MLADIC IN FOCUS

Mladic was compelled to leave the courtroom last Thursday before the session ended because of some unspecified health problems. Unless the problems turn out to be serious, the trial of the former Bosnian Serb military commander will continue on Monday. In addition to witnesses who will testify about the events in two of the prison centers, Trnopolje and Manjaca, the defense will call two VRS officers who took part in the VRS Srebrenica operation in July 1995
THE HAGUE | 08.02.2015.
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MLADIC’S DEFENSE CASE CONTINUES

In the course of the four working days next week, Ratko Mladic’s defense plans to tender into evidence written statements of five more witnesses. They will contest specific parts of the prosecution case. There will be a status conference in the appellate proceedings in the case against Zdravko Tolimir
THE HAGUE | 01.02.2015.
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END OF CROATIA VS SERBIA GENOCIDE CASE

On Tuesday, 3 February 2015 the International Court of Justice will deliver its judgment in the case Croatia and Serbia brought against each other. Both parties alleged violations of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Five defense witnesses will give evidence next week as the defense case continues at the trial of Ratko Mladic
THE HAGUE | 25.01.2015.
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APPELLATE JUDGMENT FOR ‘SREBRENICA FIVE’

On Friday the Appeals Chamber will hand down the final judgment in the case against Vujadin Popovic, Ljubisa Beara, Drago Nikolic, Radivoj Miletic and Vinko Pandurevic. The five Republika Srpska military officers were charged with genocide and other crimes in Srebrenica and Zepa in July 1995. Ratko Mladic’s trial continues. There will be a status conference in the Radovan Karadzic case
THE HAGUE | 18.01.2015.
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MLADIC BACK IN COURT AFTER WINTER RECESS

Ratko Mladic returns to court following the Tribunal’s one-month winter recess. The defense plans to examine nine witnesses in five working days
THE HAGUE | 14.12.2014.
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MLADIC’S LAST APPEARANCE IN 2014

In the last week before the Tribunal’s winter recess, the trial of Ratko Mladic for four different joint criminal enterprises in BH continues with the evidence of Vojislav Kupresanin, journalist Snjezan Lalovic, a protected witness, one witness from Prijedor and one from Sanski Most and finally, Milovan Milutinovic. Vojislav Kupresanin was a Bosnian Serb official in Krajina and Milovan Milutinovic headed the VRS Main Staff’s information center
THE HAGUE | 07.12.2014.
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KUPRESANIN TO TESTIFY ABOUT KARADZIC’S AND MLADIC’S RELATIONSHIP

Vojislav Kupresanin, former president of the Autonomous Region of Krajina Assembly, is among the witnesses slated to testify in Ratko Mladic’s defense next week. In his evidence at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, Kupresanin claimed that the former Republika Srpska president didn’t have control over Mladic. According to Kupresanin, the relationship between Karadzic and Mladic had always been tense

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