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ICTY - Radovan Karadzic 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.


Rachel Irwin
15 Jun 12
Suspect denies Sarajevo was under siege and tells judges no one informed him of Srebrenica killings.
Rachel Irwin
8 Jun 12
Court officials visit area where massacre took place in July 1995.
Mostar's famous bridge symbolised wartime divisions between Bosniaks and Croats. (Photo: Ramirez/Wikipedia)
Tina Jelin
15 May 12
Decision seen as landmark for breaking down ethnic divisions, but it only applies to two towns and is likely to face resistance.
Radovan Karadzic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Rachel Irwin
11 May 12
Defendant argues that partial relocation would be convenient for hearing witness testimony and foster “greater understanding” of tribunal’s work.
Polish demographer Ewa Tabeau in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Velma Šarić
4 May 12
Bosniak population fell by more than 50 per cent in municipalities cited in Karadzic indictment.
Branko Djeric giving testimony in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Velma Šarić
27 Apr 12
Former Bosnian Serb prime minister says he resigned after his warnings went unanswered.
Richard Butler, prosecution witness in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Dzenana Halimovic
20 Apr 12
Witness analyses Bosnian Serb army operations and plight of Bosniak prisoners.
Amor Masovic, prosecution witness in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Dzenana Halimovic
16 Apr 12
Expert describes identification process used for human remains in graves around Srebrenica.
Velma Šarić
30 Mar 12
Former investigator describes complexities of identifying human remains from various sites.
Prosecution witness Thomas Parsons, currently director of forensic sciences at the International Commission on Missing Persons, ICMP. (Photo: ICTY)
Velma Šarić
23 Mar 12
Defendant argues that International Commission on Missing Persons is a biased institution.