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TRI Issue 443

Michael Farquhar
17 Mar 06
Milosevic's death ends war crimes proceedings which many saw as crucial for the pursuit of justice in the Balkans.
Goran Jungvirth
12 Mar 06
Journalists ordered to pay heavy fines for breaching tribunal confidentiality.
Janet Anderson
11 Mar 06
Serbia argues that the court has no jurisdiction in the genocide case brought by Bosnia.
Janet Anderson
10 Mar 06
Former Serb leader provided key testimony against his onetime allies.
BIRN’s Justice
10 Mar 06
Lawyers and victims' supporters protest decision to bar public from two key trials.
IWPR
10 Mar 06
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Goran Jungvirth
10 Mar 06
Witnesses challenge defence claims that killings were work of renegade paramilitary units, over which the army had no control.
IWPR
10 Mar 06
With the clash between Bosnia and Serbia over alleged wartime genocide well under way in The Hague, predictions that it would stir up ill-feeling in the Balkans are being borne out.
Goran Jungvirth
10 Mar 06
Judge denies defence request to halt proceedings while Babić suicide investigated.
Helen Warrell
10 Mar 06
Deposed Republika Srpska president gives defendant a glowing reference.
IWPR
10 Mar 06
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IWPR
10 Mar 06
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Michael Farquhar
10 Mar 06
Opinion divided over decision to reduced prison time for Bosnian Serb who admitted involvement in massacre.
Helen Warrell
10 Mar 06
Lawyers complain about late disclosure of evidence that may have boosted their case.