ICTY - Radovan Karadžić Trial | Institute for War and Peace Reporting
ICTY - Radovan Karadžić Trial
Wartime Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadžić was arrested in July 2008 after 13 years on the run and transferred to The Hague shortly afterwards. Since then, IWPR has been producing comprehensive analysis and reports on his case as part of its long standing International Justice/ICTY programme.
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case summary and charges
Karadžić Case Summary ▸
Radovan Karadžić, the wartime president of Bosnia’s self declared Serb Republic (known as Republika Srpska), is standing trial at The Hague tribunal on ten counts of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. From 1992 to 1996, he was the highest authority in the Bosnian Serb government and the “supreme leader” of its military.
The Charges Against Karadžić ▸
The ICTY's Karadžić indictment was initially issued in 1995 and last updated in October 2009.
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