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TRI Issue 476

Edina Becirevic
15 Feb 10
Weeks after Krajisnk's acquittal on charges of genocide, lawyers, experts and Bosnian victims alike continue to question the judgement.
Katherine Boyle
20 Nov 06
Organisers hope the visit will promote reconciliation, but it’s unclear whether the former soldiers will be welcomed.
Caroline Tosh
10 Nov 06
The deputy prosecutor at the Hague court says state cooperation is essential for international war crimes tribunals to function properly.
Katherine Boyle
10 Nov 06
Ex-UN soldier says the international community ignored the plight of Krajina Serbs.
IWPR
10 Nov 06
A survivor describes in court how thousands of Muslim men tried to escape from Srebrenica.
Katy Glassborow
10 Nov 06
Judges consider whether to bring Thomas Lubanga Dyilo to trial.
IWPR
10 Nov 06
By Staff Reporters in The Hague (TU No 476, 10-Nov-06)
IWPR
10 Nov 06
By Katherine Boyle in The Hague (TU No 476, 10-Nov-06)
IWPR
10 Nov 06
By Denis Dzidic in Sarajevo (TU No 476, 10-Nov-06)
Aleksandar Roknić
10 Nov 06
Former KLA chief of staff says rebel force was well organised and disciplined.
Merdijana Sadović
10 Nov 06
Judges granted Seselj more time to prepare his defence.