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THE HAGUE | 21.09.2014.
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TWO TRIALS AND STATUS CONFERENCE

Ratko Mladic’s defense indicated it would call seven witnesses next week. Goran Hadzic’s defense case continues. There will be a status conference in the appellate proceedings at the trial of the former Herceg Bosna leaders
THE HAGUE | 14.09.2014.
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MLADIC AND HADZIC BACK IN COURT

Mladic’s defense has indicated it will call seven witnesses in a bid to contest the allegations related to the terror campaign in Sarajevo. The defense intends to prove that the SRK for the most part defended itself against the BH Army whose forces encircled the Bosnian Serb troops. The defense case continues at the trial of Goran Hadzic
THE HAGUE | 07.09.2014.
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SESELJ TO TESTIFY IN HADZIC’S DEFENSE

Vojislav Seselj, who is currently awaiting his judgment in the detention unit, will appear as Goran Hadzic’s defense witness next week. Hadzic and Seselj are indicted for their involvement in the same joint criminal enterprise and for the same crimes in Vukovar and other places in Eastern Slavonia. Ratko Mladic’s defense will continue calling witnesses to contest the allegations about crimes committed by the Serb troops in and around Sarajevo
THE HAGUE | 31.08.2014.
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HADZIC’S MARATHON EVIDENCE CONTINUES

Ratko Mladic’s defense will call new witnesses. The testimony of Goran Hadzic in his own defense enters into its sixth week
THE HAGUE | 24.08.2014.
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MLADIC AND HADZIC BACK IN COURT

After the Tribunal’s summer recess, Ratko Mladic’s defense continues its case with witnesses who will testify about the situation in the Sarajevo theatre. As the first defense witness, Goran Hadzic will continue his evidence about his role in Eastern Croatia during the war
THE HAGUE | 20.07.2014.
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PROSECUTION TO CROSS-EXAMINE HADZIC; MLADIC CALLS NEW WITNESSES

In the last working week before the Tribunal’s summer recess, the prosecution will continue cross-examining Goran Hadzic, who is testifying as the first witness in his own case. Ratko Mladic will call four new witnesses who will testify about the crimes in Srebrenica, Sarajevo and Foca
THE HAGUE | 13.07.2014.
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MLADIC AND HADZIC CONTINUE THEIR DEFENSE CASES

Goran Hadzic, former political leader of the Serbs in Eastern Slavonia, continues his testimony in his own defense. The defense of the former VRS Main Staff commander Ratko Mladic intends to call three new witnesses next week: Milorad Sehovac, Dragan Milanovic and Milutin Vujicic
THE HAGUE | 06.07.2014.
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MLADIC’S DEFENSE CASE GOES ON, HADZIC CONTINUES HIS ‘SELF-DEFENSE’

There are four names on the witness list for next week as General Mladic’s defense case continues. They include the former assistant commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps Luka Dragicevic and Nenad Kecmanovic, a BH politician who was active before and during the war. At Goran Hadzic’s trial, the accused will continue testifying in his own defense. Hadzic has denied responsibility for the crimes against Croats in Eastern Slavonia
THE HAGUE | 29.06.2014.
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HADZIC’S DEFENSE CASE BEGINS

Goran Hadzic 's defense case will begin with his lawyers' opening statement, followed by the statement of the accused, without the solemn declaration. After that the former prime minister of the Serb Autonomous Region Eastern Slavonia will move to the witness stand where he will remain for several coming weeks. The working week will be shorter at the trial of Ratko Mladic
THE HAGUE | 22.06.2014.
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MLADIC AND TOLIMIR BACK IN COURT

If Ratko Mladic recovers from his illness to return to court after a one-week sick leave, his defense team will continue calling evidence to refute the accusations related to the artillery and sniper terror campaign in Sarajevo. A status conference in the appellate proceedings against Zdravko Tolimir has been scheduled for Tuesday

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