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Commander of the sub-unit « Kaznjenicka Bojna »

Vinko Martinovic was accused of crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war. He was sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia on 31 March 2003.
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Commander of Susica detention camp

Dragan Nikolic was accused of crimes against humanity for persecution, murder, rape and torture. He was sentenced to 23 years' imprisonment by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber on 18 December 2003.

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15 February 2011 by -

The trial against Radovan Karadzic will be suspended for six weeks from 3rd March, judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) ruled last week. The former Bosnian Serb leader initially asked for a three-month break to review some 32,000 pages, which prosecutors in The Hague disclosed to him at the end of January.

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Member of a Serb paramilitary group in Visegrad

Mitar Vasiljevic was accused of violations of the laws or customs of war and crimes against humanity. He was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 29 November 2002 but the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Appeals Chamber reduced the sentence to 15 years\' imprisonment on 25 February 2004.
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01 June 2001 by -

Commander of a Special Forces group within the HVO

Anto Furundzija was found guilty of violations of the laws and customs of war. He was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

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07 June 2004 by -

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) indicted on 25 May the former Croatian general Mirko Norac, 36, for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in September 1993 against Serb civilians during the Croatian army\'s offensive into the Medak Pocket (central Croatia). Norac is already serving a 12-year sentence delivered in March 2003 by a Croatian court for the murder of dozens of Croatian Serbs at the Rijeka port in 1991.

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01 October 2001 by -

Rwandan detainees in the United Nations prison in Arusha are claiming that they are victims of « discrimination and racist treatment » compared to their counterparts at the Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Their demands have embarrassed the ICTR administration. Rwandans accused of genocide at the UN prison in Arusha are using the race card to demand improvements in their conditions of detention.

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Assistant Commander for Security and Intelligence of the Bratunac Brigade - Srebrenica case

Momir Nikolic was accused of crimes against humanity for persecution. The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber sentenced him to 27 years' imprisonment on 2 December 2003. Charges

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The appeals court at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ruled on 29 July to cut the prison sentence pronounced against Tihomir Blaskic from 45 to 9 years. The former commander of the Croatian regional defence council (HVO) was convicted in March 2000 of war crimes and crimes against humanity between 1992 and 1994 against Muslims in the valley of the Lasva River, central Bosnia.

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Commandant of the Army of Republika Srpska Krajina Corps

Momir Talic is accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, violations of the customs and laws of war and serious infrigements of the Geneva Conventions by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Defense lawyers

  • Michel Pitron
  • Xavier de Roux

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