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ICTY - Ratko Mladić Trial

Wartime Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladić was arrested in Serbia and transferred to the ICTY in May 2011. Since then, IWPR has been producing comprehensive analysis and reports on his case as part of its long standing International Justice/ICTY programme.

Vinko Nikolic, defence witness in the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic. (Photo: ICTY)
Daniella Peled
11 Feb 15
Former municipal official says 8,000 Bosniaks remained in Sanski Most at the end of the war.
Daniella Peled
12 Dec 14
Former quartermaster in Serb unit tells tribunal that everyone suffered from shortages but there was no discrimination.
Daniella Peled
10 Dec 14
Wartime official from northwest Bosnia says there was no strategy of removing non-Serbs.
Daniella Peled
28 Nov 14
Detention centre was site of multiple murders and sexual abuse cases.
Daniella Peled
24 Nov 14
Defence witness recalls Muslims and Croat living in the municipality until the paramilitaries arrived.
IWPR staff
18 Nov 14
“I didn’t want to know anything,” says Serb official who passed detention unit every day without inquiring what was going on there.
Daniella Peled
7 Nov 14
Wartime company commander said he only learnt of crimes in area after the conflict ended.
Daniella Peled
5 Nov 14
Former Bosnian Serb officer tells tribunal that aid deliveries to non-Serb enclaves were facilitated, not obstructed.
Daniella Peled
22 Oct 14
Former military nurse tells judges she saw no inhumane treatment.
IWPR
25 Sep 14
Prosecutor notes that major military offensive came soon after Serb politicians renounced deal dividing territorial control with Bosniaks.

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