THE HAGUE | 03.03.2004.

PROSECUTION SEEKS LIFE FOR GENERAL GALIC

Crimes for which General Stanislav Galic has been convicted "are among the gravest before the Tribunal" and therefore, the prosecution submits in its appeal, he should get the appropriate punishment – the gravest there is.
THE HAGUE | 03.03.2004.

OF PISTOLS AND MAPS

What made Krajisnik, Karadjic and Koljevic happy in Lisbon in February 1992?
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2004.

WHO COULD PUNISH THE CRIMES IN CENTRAL BOSNIA?

The prosecutor at the trial of Enver Hadzihasanovic and Amir Kubura presents evidence on how the Bosniak crimes against the Croat and Serb population in Central Bosnia were (not) punished. The witness, former public prosecutor in Zenica, reminds the trial chamber that the military court had jurisdiction over crimes committed by the military, and that it was hard to obtain statements from the Croat victims.
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2004.

MILOSEVIC AND SELF-DEFENCE

At the request of the Trial Chamber, the Australian amicus curiae, Professor McCormack analyses possible situations in which Slobodan Milosevic could claim that the crimes he is charged with were committed in self-defense.
THE HAGUE | 01.03.2004.

WITNESSES FROM THE "OTHER SIDE"

While only the victims of the crimes committed in Srebrenica in 1995 testified for the prosecution at the trial of General Krstic, most of the prosecution witnesses at the trial of Colonel Blagojevic and Major Jokic were members of the Republika Srpska army and police
THE HAGUE | 01.03.2004.

THE PAPER TRAIL

The prosecution has a number of official Republika Srpska documents, mostly confidential in nature, clearly indicating the designs and plans of the Bosnian Serb political and military leadership
THE HAGUE | 29.02.2004.
Next Week at the Tribunal

LULL IN THE HAGUE

Of the six ongoing trials, four have been adjourned. Only two trials are set to continue next week: the trial of the former BH Army commanders accused of crimes in Central Bosnia and the trial of the retired JNA general who commanded the attack on Dubrovnik. Milosevic gets an office to prepare the defense case

THE HAGUE | 27.02.2004.

BRUTAL CONDITIONS IN DETENTION CENTRES IN BUGOJNO

Former detainee Zoran Gvozden testifies about bad living conditions in detention centres run by BH Army in Bugojno, how detainees were beaten severely and taken to do forced labour
THE HAGUE | 27.02.2004.

ACCUSED OVK MEMBERS PLEAD NOT GUILTY AGAIN

The accused pleaded not guilty to an amended indictment. Three former KLA members are accused of crimes against Serbian and Albanian civilians in the Lapusnik camp in Kosovo
THE HAGUE | 27.02.2004.

UNWILLING WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION

Former bodyguard of the accused Vidoje Blagojevic remembers little or nothing of the events in Srebrenica in July 1995. Compliments of the prosecution to the Republika Srpska authorities
THE HAGUE | 26.02.2004.

HOW THE PEOPLE OF DUBROVNIK PREPARED TO "WELCOME THE JNA"

Djelo Jusic insisted that pouring the "hot oil" over the conquerors of Dubrovnik was the only potential weapon he had heard of, despite the claims by General Strugar’s defense that there were Croatian Army units in Dubrovnik and that the witness’s brother Mujica joined those units.
THE HAGUE | 26.02.2004.

"A WELL-COORDINATED DUET" – KARADZIC AND KRAJISNIK

Prosecution expert testifies about the role that the accused Momcilo Krajisnik played in the "division of labor" at the top of the Serbian Democratic Party (SDS) in 1991 and 1992
THE HAGUE | 25.02.2004.

PROSECUTION WILL NOT CONTINUE WITH ITS CASE AGAINST MILOSEVIC

The Prosecution notified the Trial Chamber today that in order to avoid further unnecessary delays in the trial, it decided to rest its case against Slobodan Milosevic. Instead of hearing the testimony of the remaining witnesses, the prosecution seeks to admit further written and video evidence, including a "sincere and spontaneous" televised interview of the accused Milosevic from December 2000.
THE HAGUE | 25.02.2004.

MILOSEVIC'S DEFENCE CASE SET TO BEGIN ON 8 JUNE

Judges acknowledge that the prosecution rests its case; set the date for the beginning of the defence case, which is expected to last 150 days; and refuse to admit into evidence almost all of the new documents the prosecution tendered.
THE HAGUE | 25.02.2004.

VASILJEVIC'S SENTENCE REDUCED FROM 20 TO 15 YEARS

After the Appeals Chamber determined that the degree of Mitar Vasiljevic’s responsibility for the shooting of Bosniaks near Visegrad is less than the Trial Chamber determined in its first-instance judgment, it commuted his prison sentence.