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International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Sessions held on building public trust and reporting news clearly.
Documentaries deal with war’s legacy as well as ways to co-exist.
A lack of coordination means that tens of thousands of people have yet to be rehoused, despite numerous assistance programmes.
Trainees learn how to cover religious extremism at large-scale round table in Bishkek.
New ways of thinking about effective messaging.
11 Dec 15
Milorad Dodik rejects prosecution’s claim that there was a plan to separate communities.
4 Dec 15
Historian says prosecution witnesses chose to ignore crucial information.
27 Nov 15
Judges hear that army chief’s strong feelings for his own people did not extend to those of other ethnicities.
20 Nov 15
Former general admits that he used Wikipedia as source for his evidence.
2 Nov 15
Testimony examines a number of incidents in which the line of fire was unclear.
27 Sep 15
UN engineer says it was impossible to establish location of mortar that fired lethal shell.
14 Sep 15
Investigator wrote in his diary that media reports of Bosnian Serb responsibility were “propaganda”.
4 Sep 15
Witness tells court that accused was in the Serbian capital in the days after Srebrenica fell.
21 Aug 15
Court hears that defendant was at a marriage celebration in Belgrade in the days after his troops overran the enclave.
14 Aug 15
Engineer tells court that demolitions were carried out in a haphazard rather than systematic way.
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