Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Giving Voice, Driving Change

Briefly Noted

By Chris Stephen in The Hague (TU 335, 28 November 2003)
By IWPR

On a visit to Belgrade, during which he saw the damage caused by NATO bombs during the 1999 war, Robertson said he believed Mladic was still in Serbia, and needed to be handed over.


FORMER Croatian Serb leader Milan Babic this week made a first appearance in his war crimes trial. He did not plead to the charges. But the big mystery is where he now lives: the tribunal will not comment on the circumstances surrounding his arrival at the court or on when he arrived in Holland.


Chris Stephen is IWPR programme manager in The Hague.