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Courtside: Milosevic Trial

By Chris Stephen in The Hague (TU 289, 11-16 November, 2002)

The judges ordered cardiology and psychological reports to be prepared within seven days and a fortnight respectively. They are also due to meet to consider a call by the prosecution to impose a defence attorney on Milosevic, who until now has refused to take counsel.

Proceedings resumed on Monday, November 18, with Milosevic in the dock as before.

Chris Stephen is IWPR’s bureau chief in The Hague.

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