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The UN court ended its 24 years of activities with the "Prlic and others" case on Nov. 29. The ICTY was established in 1993 with the UN decision to punish crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. It has done important work to punish war crimes but although the court made key decisions, ...

... in The Hague, Netherlands, confirmed his 20-year-sentence for war crimes in Bosnia. Deputy US Ambassador Michele Sison said the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia "established key precedents in international criminal law" and "has created a legacy of the greatest importance.".
prosecutors in Bosnia-Herzegovina says they have charged a Bosnian Serb mayor and three other former police officers with war crimes committed during the 1992-1995 war that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia. The Prosecutor-General's Office said on December 6 that the four were indicted over the ...
Officials said ongoing issues include defining the border between Serbia and Bosnia, more than two decades after the 1992-95 war which followed the breakup of the former Yugoslavia and left 100,000 dead and millions homeless. Illustrating postwar divisions, posters supporting ex-Bosnian Serb army ...
The suicide by poisoning of a Bosnian Croat war criminal in a courtroom at The Hague last week raised questions both contemporary and historical. .... Next to the reporting from Nuremberg in the Guardian of 17 October 1946 is an item about the premier of then Yugoslavia, Marshal Tito, saying on Belgrade ...

The justice meted out by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was indeed flawed, but it was a great step forward for justice over Nuremberg. Janine di Giovanni complains that for many years after the war in Bosnia, big fish like Radovan Karadzic and Gen. Ratko Mladic "roamed free" ...
Former Bosnian Croat military leader Slobodan Praljak swallowing what is believed to be poison, during his judgement at the UN war crimes court to protest the upholding of a 20-year jail term on November 29, 2017. PHOTO | ICTY | AFP ...
"Today - a week after landmark sentencing of Ratko Mladic - judges at the tribunal have brought down their gavel for the last time ending an historic endeavour in international justice. It is now vital that the national courts take the baton from the ICTY and step up their efforts to bring remaining perpetrators to ...
All six political and military leaders up before the court were convicted in 2013 of persecuting, expelling and murdering Muslims during the Bosnian war. The case is the last judgment by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), established by the United Nations in 1993, before it ...
Belgrade, Serbia -- When a general convicted of war crimes gave a .... war II helped fuel the ferocity of Yugoslavia's civil wars in the 1990s.
"We thought that there would not be any more conflict in Europe after World War II and then Yugoslavia happened," says Tomislav Longinović, ...
Radovan Karadzic appears at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague in 2009, where he was sentenced to ...
THE HAGUE -- The United Nations' Yugoslav war crimes tribunal on Wednesday found former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic ...
The UN's top prosecutor for the former Yugoslavia on Monday hailed survivors of the Balkan wars, paying tribute to their courage, and urging all ...
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was established by the United Nations in May 1993 while the wars in Croatia and ...
Bosnian war: What led to Europe's most devastating conflict since World War II ... After WWII, Yugoslavia became a socialist dictatorship under ...

Belgrade (AFP) - The UN court dealing with crimes committed during the wars that followed the break-up of Yugoslavia hands down its ...
war crimes Denial is a Psychological Defence Mechanism ... The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, was ...
The same countries that cheered when Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union broke ... next, from a negotiated settlement of some kind to a civil war.
war crimes victim on her relentless campaign to hunt down the guilty men ... four-year conflict after declaring independence from Yugoslavia.
In 1992, he was appointed by the UN to chair a commission of experts to examine war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. His report delivered a ...
... to India and Japan, to Rome during the tense years leading up to World War II and after the war to Yugoslavia during the rise of communism.
During the First World War, the future leader of Yugoslavia, young Croat Josip Broz Tito, was a prisoner-of-war in the southern Siberian city of ...
It occurred during the final year of the Bosnian war waged in 1992-95 ... to the war crimes tribunal over the Yugoslav break-up, which Moscow ...
This all came to an end in the 1990s however, when Yugoslavia disintegrated and the region was ravaged by bloody wars fought along ethnic and religious fault ...
"Serbian defense minister praises convicted war criminal," the U.S. ... conflicts in the territory of Yugoslavia, forget about their soldiers that ...
Immediately after World War II, there were several show trials of gay men ... in Yugoslavia had adopted an informal position that homosexuality ...
Mladic, 74, has denied 11 war crimes charges, including two of genocide, ... conflicts triggered by the death throes of the former Yugoslavia.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague is one of the few international courts to ever prosecute the crime of ...
FILE PHOTO: Vladimir Lazarevic enters the courtroom of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in The Hague January 23, 2014. Reuters/Peter ...
The war crimes judgement in the case of Ratko Mladic will be delivered ... Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) announced Wednesday.
The case of the feared military commander dubbed "the Butcher of the Balkans" is the last before the Yugoslav war crimes court set up at the ...
During the Cold War, Josip Broz Tito and Kim Il-sung established a strong diplomatic alliance, as Yugoslavia and North Korea were both ...
The gathering was attended by convicted war criminals Vladimir ... and Nikola Sainovic, former deputy prime minister of Yugoslavia, who have ...
Park Avenue Penthouse, Once Home to Yugoslavia's Ambassador, Hits ... When the country was dissolved in the 1990s following war--it's now ...
After Bosnia split from the former Yugoslavia, the ensuing war tore apart the country's three main ethnic factions: Serbs, Croats and Bosnian ...
war criminals who have served their sentences have become active ... the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to 14 and ...
Belgrade, Zagreb accuse each other of erecting statues to war criminals ... the past and its role in the bloody breakup of the former Yugoslavia.
Built to commemorate the events of World War II, the Dudik Memorial Park in ... Built by Yugoslavia, it had become an unwelcome symbol of the past now that ...
The war of words continues. Catalonia threatens to declare independence; Madrid warns it might revoke Catalonia's far-reaching self-rule.
"Spain is no Yugoslavia, Vojvodina is no Catalonia" .... Kosovo did not claim independence until Years after the war not right after the war.
Serbia, following years of war with neighbors Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s, after the dissolution of Yugoslavia, could be sidling up ...
Serbia's Defence Minister, Aleksandar Vulin, has further angered Croatia by claiming that Croatia's war of independence from Yugoslavia in the ...
Yu-Mex records in Belgrade, Serbia. The mariachi craze took place in the mid-60s, long before the Yugoslav wars that split the country into six ...
Two decades ago thousands of refugees fled war in Yugoslavia and made Sweden their home, where today they are a well-integrated part of ...
"Slobodan Praljak is not a war criminal! I reject your judgment with contempt!" These were some of the final words spoken by Slobodan Praljak at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday. After making his statement, Praljak drank poison from a ...
Paris--The moment was dramatic enough: In a courtroom in The Hague on Wednesday, a military commander from the former Yugoslavia pulled out a small bottle and drank from it, declaring that he had ingested poison to protest his conviction for war crimes. The judges quickly ordered that courtroom ...
22, 2017, when U.N. judges deliver verdicts in his genocide and war .... (AP) -- The United Nations' Yugoslav war crimes tribunal convicted ...
The judgement and possible sentencing before the Yugoslav war crimes court in The Hague marks the culmination of a case spanning 22 ...


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