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Milan Babic

(February 26, 1956 March 5, 2006) was from 1991 to 1995 the leader of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, a largely Serb-populated region which broke away from Croatia following Croatia's declaration of independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. Indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, in 2004 he was the first ever indictee to admit guilt and bargain a plea with the prosecution, after which he was sentenced to 13 years in prison.


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Around August 1991, Babic' became a party in what war crimes prosecutors would later describe as a "joint criminal enterprise" to permanently forcibly remove the non-Serb population of the territory under his control in order to make them part of a new Serb-dominated state. His co-participants included Slobodan Miloevic', other Krajina Serb figures such as Milan Martic', the Serbian militia leader Vojislav eelj and Yugoslav Army commanders including General Ratko Mladic', at the time the commander of JNA forces in Croatia. According to testimony given by Babic' in his war crimes trial, during the summer of 1991 the Serbian secret police - under Miloevic''s command - set up "a parallel structure of state security and the police of Krajina and units commanded by the state security of Serbia". A full-scale war was launched in which a large area of territory, amounting to a third of Croatia, was seized and the non-Serbian population was either massacred or ethnically cleansed. The bulk of the fighting occurred between August and December 1991, during which time approximately 80,000 Croats and Muslims were expelled or killed. Thousands more died and were deported in fighting in eastern Slavonia, but the JNA was the principal actor in that part of the conflict.



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Bipin Rawat should be tried as war criminals like in the past Augusto Pinochet President of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Marticand Milan Babic Presidents of Republic of Serbian Karjina, were tried for carrying out such war crimes against humanity, and all of ...
Bipin Rawat should be tried under the war crimes like in the past Augusto Pinochet President of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Martic and Milan Babic presidents of Republic of Serbian Karjina, were tried for carrying out such war crimes against humanity, and all ...

He demanded that Modi and his government officials including Army chief Bipin Rawat should be tried under war crimes like Augusto Pinochet, President of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic, President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Martic and Milan Babic, Presidents of Republic of Serbian Krajina.
Milan Babic. Milan Babic, the first president of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, an unrecognized state largely populated by Serbs in Croatia, was indicted for war crimes in 2004. He was found dead after he reportedly committed suicide on March 5, 2006, while in the ICTY detention unit in The Hague.
All this is even more extraordinary considering that two defendants have already committed suicide in ICTY custody – Slavko Dokmanovic in 1997 and Milan Babic in 2006. Twelve other defendants have also died while on trial or waiting to start their sentences. The most consequential of all, of course, was ...
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 ...

The same tribunal last week sentenced Serbian Gen. Ratko Mladić to life in prison for carrying out a host of war crimes, including genocide. This is not the first time generals tried by the UN court have killed themselves during trial. Slavko Dokmanovic and Milan Babić— both Croatian Serbs accused of war ...
Milan Babic was a key player in the struggle by Croatian Serb separatists to create their own mini-state in Serb-inhabited parts of Croatia in the early 1990s.
Negdje oko 15 časova, pred zgradu Skupštine opštine nekako istovremeno dolaze oni - Radovan Karadžić, Milan Martić, Biljana Plavšić, Momčilo Krajišnik, Manojlo Milovanović, Milan Babić, Mile Mrkšić... Ratka Mladića među njima nije bilo. "Glavama" Republike Srpske i Republike Srpske Krajine, Mladić ...
One particularly outspoken member of the Serb Democratic Party was the well-known, and not for particularly positive reasons, Milan Babić, who later went on to testify that media campaigns from the Serbian capital were claiming that Serbian citizens in Croatia were in danger and actively being threatened ...
Prima di Praljak si erano suicidati altri imputati di questo interminabile processo: l'ex ministro dell'Interno serbo Vlajko Stojiljkovic, l'ex sindaco di Vukovar Slavko Dokmanovic e, nel marzo del 2006, il quarantottenne presidente della Repubblica serba di Krajina, Milan Babic, impiccatosi in cella mentre ...
Milan Babic. Milan Babic, the first president of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, an unrecognized state largely populated by Serbs in Croatia, was indicted for war crimes in 2004. He was found dead after he reportedly committed suicide on March 5, 2006, while in the ICTY detention unit in The Hague.
All this is even more extraordinary considering that two defendants have already committed suicide in ICTY custody – Slavko Dokmanovic in 1997 and Milan Babic in 2006. Twelve other defendants have also died while on trial or waiting to start their sentences. The most consequential of all, of course, was ...
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 ...
A war criminal who commanded forces in the Bosnian conflict of the early 1990s has died after drinking a vial of what he called poison in court as he was told his 20-year prison sentence would be upheld. The death of Slobodan Praljak, a Bosnian Croat military leader, was announced by Croatian state TV, ...
Milan Babic, a wartime Serbian leader who was closely cooperating with prosecutors, took his life in a prison tribunal cell in March 2006. Wednesday's hearing was the final case at the groundbreaking tribunal before it closes its doors next month. The tribunal, which last week convicted former Bosnian Serb ...
The HLC said that Milan Martic and Milan Babic, former interior minister and president of the Serb Autonomous Region of Krajina, have been convicted by the Hague Tribunal for the attacks on Skabrnja and Nadin. However, no member of the Yugoslav People's Army or the Territorial Defence has ever ...

Milan Babic was a key player in the struggle by Croatian Serb separatists to create their own mini-state in Serb-inhabited parts of Croatia in the early 1990s.
Bipin Rawat should be tried under the war crimes like in the past Augusto Pinochet President of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Martic and Milan Babic presidents of Republic of Serbian Karjina, were tried for carrying out such war crimes against humanity, and all ...
He demanded that Modi and his government officials including Army chief Bipin Rawat should be tried under war crimes like Augusto Pinochet, President of Chile, Slobodan Milosevic, President of Republic of Yugoslavia, and Milan Martic and Milan Babic, Presidents of Republic of Serbian Krajina.
The firm which owns the freehold to the White Swan has had its third attempt to build housing on the site refused by Greenwich Council planners. Isle of Man-based property developer Mendoza Ltd, which makes its money from buying pubs and converting at least part of the land to residential use, had ...
Prima di Praljak si erano suicidati altri imputati di questo interminabile processo: l'ex ministro dell'Interno serbo Vlajko Stojiljkovic, l'ex sindaco di Vukovar Slavko Dokmanovic e, nel marzo del 2006, il quarantottenne presidente della Repubblica serba di Krajina, Milan Babic, impiccatosi in cella mentre ...
Milan Babic. Milan Babic, the first president of the Republic of Serbian Krajina, an unrecognized state largely populated by Serbs in Croatia, was indicted for war crimes in 2004. He was found dead after he reportedly committed suicide on March 5, 2006, while in the ICTY detention unit in The Hague.
... in March 2006 months before a ruling in his genocide case. Two defendants awaiting trial committed suicide by hanging themselves in their U.N. cells, according to court documents. Slavko Dogmanovic died in 1998 and Milan Babic was found dead in his locked cell in 2006. (Image: REX/Shutterstock).
Croatian former general Slobodan Praljak before the start of his appeal judgement at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on November 29, 2017 at the Hague international court. He drank poison seconds after judges upheld his 20-year sentence. PHOTO | ROBIN VAN ...
Milan Babic, a wartime Serbian leader who was closely cooperating with prosecutors, took his life in a prison tribunal cell in March 2006. Wednesday's hearing was the final case at the groundbreaking tribunal before it closes its doors next month. The tribunal, which last week convicted former Bosnian Serb ...
The HLC said that Milan Martic and Milan Babic, former interior minister and president of the Serb Autonomous Region of Krajina, have been ...
"I ja mislim", progovori i Milan Babić, "da bi izbori bili rešenje"! Milan Komnenić nije dalje ništa pitao. Sledeći put sam ga sreo početkom februara 1999. godine ...
Earlier this year, Milan Babic Architects put forward a planning application on behalf of Hamna Wakaf Ltd. to convert the building into residential ...
The leaders are documented to have included Milan Babić, and other rebelled Croatian Serbs' figures such as Milan Martić, the Serbian militia ...
Those were Mile Mrksic, who was jailed for 20 years for crimes in Vukovar, and Milan Babic, jailed for 13 years for crimes in Croatia. Mrksic was serving his ...
Milan Babic was a key player in the struggle by Croatian Serb separatists to create their own mini-state in Serb-inhabited parts of Croatia in the ...
He is not the first defendant to do this – the former Croatian Serb leaders Slavko Dokmanović and Milan Babić both committed suicide in custody in 1998 and 2006. This is also reminiscent of the actions of Hermann Goering following his conviction at the Nuremberg Trials after the Second World War.
... na kraju budu četiri preduzeća u gradu Nišu koje bi vodili mladi preduzetnic”, rekao je Milan Babić iz nevladine organizacije Deli prostor”.
... Milan Babic, where, together with a group of Serbian SDB members, he was looking for interceptor devices that the Croatian authorities had ...
No, s obzirom na to da Milorad Pupovac u zadnje vrijeme koristi istu retoriku kao Milan Babić, Milan Martić te Jovan Rašković 90-tih, možemo ...
... Dragan Aleksandrić, Jelena Bročić, Snežana Đurišić, Radiša Urošević, Milan Babić, Savo Radusinović, Snežana Savić, Novica Negovanović ...
The leaders are documented to have included Milan Babić, and other rebelled Croatian Serbs' figures such as Milan Martić, the Serbian militia ...
Two others jailed for war crimes by the ICTY died while serving their sentences. Those were Mile Mrksic, who was jailed for 20 years for crimes in Vukovar, and Milan Babic, jailed for 13 years for crimes in Croatia. Mrksic was serving his sentence in ...
As Aleksandar Vucic weighs an investigation into the possibly illegality of the arrest, critics say the PM is trying to distract the public from domestic crises.
A further two Hague Tribunal convicts died while serving their sentences: Mile Mrksic, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes in Vukovar, died in jail in Portugal, while Milan Babic serving 13 years for crimes in the self-styled Republic of ...
CONVICTED rapist Leon Jones broke a court order - by staying in a house with children. The 20-year-old - previously known as Mikorlee Babic - was allowed to change his name by police to make a fresh start after being sentenced to three years' detention ...


 

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