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THE HAGUE | 24.08.2011.

GORAN HADZIC PLEADS NOT GUILY

Former president of the former Republic of Serbian Krajina Goran Hadzic today pleaded ‘not guilty to the charges contained in the indictment’. Presiding judge Guy Delvoie did not read out the counts in the indictment charging Hadzic with crimes against humanity and violations of laws and customs of war in Croatia between June 1991 and December 1993
THE HAGUE | 25.07.2011.

GORAN HADZIC POSTPONES HIS PLEA

The accused has waived his right to have the indictment read to him, and decided to postpone entering his plea for 30 days. The initial appearance of the last fugitive from international justice lasted less than 15 minutes
THE HAGUE | 24.07.2011.

GORAN HADZIC’S INDIVIDUAL AND COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY

The amended indictment against the former president of the Republic of Serbian Krajina was made public Friday evening. Hadzic is charged with participation in the joint criminal enterprise aimed at forcible and permanent removal of Croats from parts of Croatia under Serb control. The accused planned, instigated or ordered crimes and failed to take ‘necessary and reasonable measures’ to prevent crimes committed by his subordinates
THE HAGUE | 22.07.2011.

GORAN HADZIC IN TRIBUNAL’S DETENTION UNIT

Former president of the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina Goran Hadzic was transferred this afternoon to the Tribunal’s Detention Unit. Hadzic will have his initial appearance before Judge O-Gon Kwon on Monday, 25 July 2011 at 4 p.m.
THE HAGUE | 20.07.2011.

GORAN HADZIC’S ARREST ‘MILESTONE’ IN THE TRIBUNAL’S HISTORY

Chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz and ICTY vice-president O-Gon Kwon called the news of Goran Hadzic’s arrest an ‘important milestone in the history of the Tribunal’, which has brought it closer to the completion of its mandate. Hadzic was the last of 161 persons indicted by the Tribunal; he successfully evaded international justice until today
THE HAGUE | 22.07.2004.

THE DAY THE ACCUSED DISAPPEARED

The prosecution publishes some of the photographs taken on 13 July 2004 in front of Goran Hadzic's house in Novi Sad
THE HAGUE | 19.07.2004.

DEL PONTE INVITES BELGRADE TO "PUT ITS ACTIONS WHERE ITS MOUTH IS"

Chief Prosecutor of the Tribunal holds a press conference regarding the Hadzic case. The accused disappeared seven hours after the authorities were served with the sealed indictment and arrest warrant, 17 hours before the District Court in Belgrade transmitted the warrant for Hadzic's arrest to the Serbian MUP
THE HAGUE | 16.07.2004.

INDICTMENT AGAINST GORAN HADZIC UNSEALED

Former president of the former Republic of Serbian Krajina has been charged with participation in a joint criminal enterprise under the leadership of Slobodan Milosevic. He is the third president of the RSK to be indicted by the Tribunal in The Hague

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