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20 July 2011 by -

Desperate for cash after years on the run, Goran Hadzic tried to sell a stolen painting believed to be a Modigliani and supplied the vital clue for capturing the last major Yugoslav war crimes fugitive.   

Serbia's president announced the arrest of Hadzic, a Croatian Serb wartime leader indicted for crimes against humanity during the 1991-95 Croatian war, on Wednesday.   

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25 November 2009 by -

British lawyer Richard Harvey has been assigned as legal counsel to Radovan Karadzic who is on trial for war crimes in The Hague. 

By Karl Dowling

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) appointed the London-based barrister on November 5th following Karadzic’s refusal to attend the trial. Harvey has been given until March 2010 to prepare.

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03 December 2007 by -

Read here the International Justice Tribune, No. 79

Table of content:

  • Senegal: Heightened pressure for Habre’s trial
  • France: Immunity for Rumsfeld
  • Khmer Rouge trials in Cambodia: The curtain rises  on the extraordinary chambers
  • Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: “Assessment” series & ICTY, justice against all

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23 March 2011 by -

Dragomir Milosevic, former Bosnian Serb Army General, was transferred on Wednesday to Estonia to serve his 29-year sentence for crimes committed during the war in ex-Yugoslavia.

By Uros Kovac

Milosevic was a commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps that sniped at and terrorized Sarajevo civilians during the three and a half year siege of the Bosnian capital. He led the corps for the last 15 months of the siege, from August 1994 until November 1995.

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11 November 2009 by -

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29 March 2011 by -

Prosecutors at a UN tribunal  demanded life in prison Tuesday for ex-Yugoslav army chief Momcilo Perisic, on  trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

"It is our request that your honours convict General Perisic for  all counts in the indictment and that you impose a sentence of life for the  commission of those offences," prosecutor Mark Harmon told judges at the  International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia sitting in The  Hague.

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18 February 2008 by -

Read here the International Justice Tribune, No. 83

Table of content:
 

  • Khmer Rouge trials in Cambodia: Victims revolving door opens
  • Trials in Croatia: 25 “equitable” trials in 2007
  • International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: Belgrade before the ICTY again

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14 October 2009 by -

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