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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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15 Feb 10
The reversal of Vidoje Blagojevic’s genocide conviction show that judges continue to disagree on what constitutes genocidal intent.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Calls for greater scrutiny of tribunal proceedings grow louder in wake of decision to conceal parts of Serbia’s military archives from public.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Top official responds to rights groups’ criticisms of his organisation’s handling of war crimes justice cases.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
More than a decade after the conflicts in Bosnia and Croatia, IWPR asks whether criminal justice dispensed in The Hague can help divided communities in the Balkans to move on.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
The tribunal has been criticised for many things, yet it has laid much of the groundwork for the permanent International Criminal Court.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Some believe it’s a chance for the tribunal to redeem itself, while others feel the Hague court did little wrong.
15 Feb 10
Former border control officer tells tribunal he saw no mass movement of ethnic Albanians.
Courtside
1 Feb 10
Former Bosnian Serb leader intends to appeal against resumption of war crimes trial on March 1.
17 Dec 09
Move prompted by tribunal prosecutor’s report on continued progress in Serbia cooperation with court.
12 Dec 09
Witness examines the alleged role of so-called Serb crisis headquarters in the run-up to the Bosnian war.

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