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DEN HAAG | 22.04.2016.

KARADZIC ASKS FOR PROVISIONAL RELEASE

Former Republika Srpska president has filed a motion for provisional release pending the appellate judgment in his case. Karadzic has offered ‘personal guarantees’ that he will return from Republika Srpska to the Detention Unit in Scheveningen when ordered to do so by the Tribunal
DEN HAAG | 06.04.2016.

RADOVAN KARADZIC’S ‘CATALOGUE OF GENERAL COMPLAINTS’

At an extraordinary status conference, Radovan Karadzic told the judges he was ‘astonished’ when he received the 40-year prison sentence, as he had already packed his bags to go home. The accused complained about the conditions in the Detention Unit, demanding an inquiry into the rash of malignant diseases among the inmates. Since his health has been steadily ‘deteriorating’ over the years, Karadzic wants the judges to set him free pending the appellate judgment
DEN HAAG | 05.04.2016.

STATUS CONFERENCE ON KARADZIC’S MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH

On Wednesday, 6 April 2016 there will be a status conference in the case against former Republika Srpska president Radovan Karadzic. The hearing will focus on Karadzic’s mental and physical health following his sentencing on 24 March 2016, when he was sentenced to 40 years in prison
Den Haag | 24.03.2016.

RADOVAN KARADZIC SENTENCED TO 40 YEARS IN PRISON

The former Republika Srpska president was found guilty of 10 out of a total of 11 counts in the indictment and was sentenced to 40 years prison. The Trial Chamber was not convinced beyond reasonable doubt that the crimes in the seven municipalities had been committed with the intent to commit genocide. The judges took Karadzic’s withdrawal from public functions in July 1996, the regret he had expressed and his good behavior in the detention unit as mitigating circumstances
DEN HAAG | 20.03.2016.

KARADZIC'S „JUDGMENT DAY“

On Thursday, after a five-year trial and eighteen months of deliberation, the Trial Chamber will deliver its verdict in the case against former Republika Srpska president Radovan Karadzic. The hearing has drawn capacity crowds at the Tribunal
18.02.2016.

RADOVAN KARADZIC JUDGMENT ON 24 MARCH

The judgment in the case against Radovan Karadzic will be rendered on 24 March 2016. At the end of the trial which lasted almost five years, the prosecution asked for a life sentence for the accused, while Karadzic asked the judges to acquit him on all counts in the indictment
THE HAGUE | 09.12.2015.

KARADZIC WANTS STATUS CONFERENCE AND FRIDGE

Former Republika Srpska president on trial for double genocide and four joint criminal enterprises in BH has asked for a status conference. Karadzic wants to tell the judges about his recovery following gall bladder surgery, his blood sugar level and his inability to stick to his diet without a fridge in the Detention Unit
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 | 29.09.2015.

KARADZIC: SOMETHING IS ROTTEN IN THE NURSING HOME ON NORTH SEA

Former Republika Srpska president fears that he could be the next victim of the ‘catastrophic turn for the worse’ among the Tribunal’s ‘fragile and old’ detainees. Karadzic has called for an investigation by the UN and the World Health Organization to establish why there are so many malignancies and other illnesses in such a small population
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

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