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If Ramush Haradinaj were to be acquitted by the Hague Tribunal, this would be a serious obstacle for the Belgrade-Pritina dialogue, says Aleksandar Vulin. Hague Tribunal) would be a message that it is allowed to kill Serbs in Kosovo. How can we talk
The International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia ordered the release of Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac and reversed all of their convictions. Gotovina and Markac participated in an ethnic cleansing operation in Croatia's Krajina region
The Serbian government met on Friday in Belgrade and decided to reduce its cooperation with the Hague-based UN war crimes court to a technical level. Rasim Ljaji addresses reporters in Belgrade (Tanjug) The decision came as the tribunal acquitted two
Croat Generals Gotovina and Markac await appeal verdict Croatian war veterans have been holding vigils for imprisoned Gotovina (left) and Markac A court in The Hague is rule on the appeals of two Croatian generals jailed for atrocities against Serbs
Hague Tribunal Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz says Serbian President Tomislav Nikolis statement that there was no genocide in Srebrenica is unacceptable. Serge Brammertz (Beta, file) Such statement is contrary to rulings of the International Court
A final verdict in a trial of Croat General Ante Gotovina, who was sentenced to 24 years in prison for persecution of Serbs, will be delivered on November 16. Ante Gotovina, Ivan ermak and Mladen Marka (Tanjug, file) The Hague Tribunal on April 15,
The main topics of the talks between Serbian officials and Hague Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz will be the network of helpers of the Hague fugitives...Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office and Brammertz, who is to arrive in Belgrade on Tuesday...
The Hague Tribunal has granted temporary release to former Serbia's National Security Agency (DB) Deputy Chief Franko Simatovi. Franko Simatovi (FoNet, file) Simatovi will have to return to custody on October 4 to attend the closing arguments.
The Hague Tribunal on Wednesday rejected the request of Radovan Karadi, who petitioned that a part of his trial be held in Sarajevo, Banja Luka and Belgrade. In a release, Hague recalled Karadi said in an elaboration of the request that staging
War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukevi says it would be good if a plea bargain was reached with former Yugoslav Army Security Directorate Chief Aco Tomi. Vladimir Vukevi According to him, it would be good if Tomi admitted to harboring Hague indictee