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ICTY - Ratko Mladić Trial

Ratko Mladic and the tribunal appointed Serbian lawyer Aleksandar Aleksic in the ICTY courtroom. (Photo: ICTY)
Rachel Irwin
1 Jul 11
Registry wants more time to check eligibility of defendant’s requested representatives.
Ratko Mladic during his initial appearance at the ICTY. (Photo: ICTY)
Ana Uzelac
10 Jun 11
As Bosnian Serb army chief faces trial, Serbia must face up to its own role in the crimes he is accused of.
Rachel Irwin
10 Jun 11
The case has already thrown up a number of issues, including concerns over Mladic’s heath and whether his trial should be joined with that of ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic.
Ratko Mladic at his initial hearing in the ICTY courtroom on June 3, 2011. (Photo: ICTY)
Rachel Irwin
3 Jun 11
Former Bosnian Serb commander strikes defiant pose in first court appearance in The Hague.
Serbian president Boris Tadic has promised to track down those who helped General Mladic evade capture. (Photo: Flickr/Greek prime minister’s office)
Aleksandar Roknić
3 Jun 11
Serbian president promises full disclosure on those who hid fugitive general, but extensive security service complicity could make it too costly to reveal the truth.
Prosecutor Serge Brammertz addresses a press conference on the Mladic case on June 1. (Photo courtesy of ICTY)Plane carrying Ratko Mladic from Serbia arrives in Rotterdam.  (Photo courtesy of ICTY)
Rachel Irwin
2 Jun 11
Reducing scope of indictment could bring swifter conclusion to trial, but might be seen as failing victims and curtailing historical record.
Rally in Banja Luka to protest against the arrest of General Mladic, a man still seen as a hero by many in Republika Srpska. (Photo: RFE/RL)
Maja Bjelajac
1 Jun 11
As his voters stage pro-Mladic rallies, Milorad Dodik has to appease nationalists in Republika Srpska while keeping Serbia on side.
Plane carrying Ratko Mladic from Serbia arrives in Rotterdam.  (Photo courtesy of ICTY)
Rachel Irwin
1 Jun 11
Doctors rule he is fit to appear in court.
Serbian justice minister Snezana Malovic. (Photo: Wikicommons/Democratic Party of Serbia)
Merdijana Sadović
31 May 11
"No refuge" for war crimes suspects, Serbian justice minister says.
Edina Becirevic
31 May 11
Media coverage shows that Serbia has yet to learn the difference between injustices perpetrated during wars, and wars that are unjust.

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