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Relatives of the three men, who were murdered after the Dutch army sent them out of the compound, have been involved in a legal campaign since 2002. The Hague district court ruled in July 2011 the Dutch state can be held responsible for the deaths,
State can be held liable for death of three men in Srebrenica' Friday 03 May 2013 The Dutch state can be held responsible for the death of three Muslim men during the siege of Srebrenica during the Yugoslavia war in 1995, according to the high court'
Netherlands (AP) Dutch prosecutors say they will not prosecute the retired general who commanded Dutch peacekeepers in the Bosnian enclave of Srebrenica when Bosnian Serb fighters overran the town and massacred some 8,000 Muslim men. Relatives of
Srebrenica massacre victims are traveling to the European Court of Human Rights, demanding that international institutions take responsibility for Europe's worst massacre since World War II. The grieving widows and mothers boarded buses for
The grave was finally discovered a week ago and on Thursday the five bodies were uncovered. They were lying next to each other, some of them wrapped in plastic, some in blankets, the NRC reports. It was known that between five and nine muslims were
The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic will resume on Monday after doctors determined that he is well enough to appear in court, a spokeswoman for the tribunal said on Friday.
The trial of Bosnian Serb Gen Ratko Mladic has been suspended until further notice, the UN war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia says. Mr Mladic's trial was due to resume on 25 June after it was halted in May. Monday's suspension is a result
The U.N. war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia said on Monday the trial of Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic, which was due to resume on June 25, was suspended until further notice.
Netherlands (AP) — Ratko Mladic appealed Monday for a six-month delay in the start of his Yugoslav war crimes trial, saying delays by prosecutors in disclosing evidence could lead to a miscarriage of justice. The motion filed by
The magazine says it has been told by several sources that that the possible prosecution of Thom Karremans will be discussed by a special court body which looks at 'extremely sensitive cases' at the end of this month. A spokesman for the public