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Sub-Commander of the Foca military Police and paramilitary leader in Foca

Radomir Kovac was found guilty of crimes against humanity and of violations of the laws or customs of war. On 12 June 2002, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia confirmed the 20-year sentence imposed by the Trial Chamber on 22 February 2001. Identity

  • Radomir Kovac was born on 31 March 1961, in Foca, Bosnia Herzegovina.

Charges

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Milan Martic is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.

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The first trial at the special Serbian war crimes court is due to re-open on 27 April amid calls for its abolition and protests over Serbia's lack of cooperation. The trial of six suspected war criminals is a test case for Belgrade, who hopes to be able to transfer more cases from the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTR) to its own courts. The six Serbs, who all pleaded not guilty, face charges of taking part in the massacre of 192 civilians and soldiers in Ovcara, Croatia, at the end of 1991. The trial opened on 9 March and was adjourned two days later.

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“Not ‘if’ I were released, but ‘when’ I will be released! Radovan Karadzic, told Radio Netherlands Worldwide that he is confident in his case in The Hague. Last week, the former Bosnian Serb leader was given extra time to go through 32,000 pages of new material in his war crimes trial.

Proceedings at the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY) will be suspended for seven weeks, from 21 March. Meanwhile, Karadzic answered some of the questions asked by the Radio Netherlands Worldwide International Justice Desk.

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Commander of the Third Battalion of the JNA Trebinje Brigade

Vladimir Kovacevic is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Vladimir Kovacevic was born on 15 January 1961. He was named as the Commander of the Third Battalion of the JNA Trebinje Brigade in the autumn of 1991. This unit was detached from the brigade for the Dubrovnik military campaign and was subordinated directly to the command of the Ninth VPS.

Proceeding

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Drazen Erdemovic was found guilty of a violation of the laws or customs of war. The Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia sentenced him to 5 years' imprisonment on 5 March 1998.
Charges

  • Drazen Erdemovic was part of an execution squad that murdered hundreds of Bosnian Muslim civilian men between the age of 17 and 60, and himself killed approximately 100 persons.

Proceedings

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Commander of the Second Operational Group (JNA)

Pavle Strugar is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. ı /B>

  • Pavle Strugar was born on 13 July 1933, in Pec, Kosovo, Serbia.
  • In October 1991, Pavle Strugar was named as the Commander of the Second Operational Group which was formed by JNA to conduct the military campaign against the Dubrovnik region of Croatia.

Proceeding

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General

Mehmed Alagic is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war and violations of the Geneva Conventions by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Mehmed Alagic led the Seventh Corps of the Muslim Army during the war in Bosnia.

Defence counsel

  • On 9 october 2001, Jones Jones was appointed co-counsel by the office of the clerk.

Prodeedings

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Commander of Kaznjenicka Bojna (a para-military unit)

Mladen Naletilic was accused of crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war. The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber sentenced him to 20 years' imprisonment on 31 March 2001.

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Identity

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  • The statute of the Tribunal was adopted by Security Council resolution 827 of 25 May 1993.
  • The Tribunal's mission is to « prosecute persons responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 in order to ensure that such violations are halted and effectively redressed, to put an end to such crimes, to take effective measures to bring them to justice, to restore and to maintain international peace and security.

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