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Defendant is in failing health and will travel to Belgrade for medical treatment.
Serb assassin of an Austrian archduke has been appropriated to back more recent historical narratives.
Former interior minister says there's a “possibility” his previous testimony was untrue.
Prosecution wanted review of decision it said was based on use of “erroneous legal standard”.
Judges reverse a number of former deputy interior minister’s convictions relating to Kosovo conflict.
15 Mar 13
Appeal concerns four convictions for Serbian assault on Kosovo Albanians in 1999.
8 Mar 13
Yugoslav army’s security chief was aware of civilian killings and other abuses.
4 Mar 13
In Bosnia and Croatia, dismay at decision that seems to scrub the Yugoslav military's role in regional conflict.
1 Mar 13
Judges rule that providing military support for Bosnian Serb forces did not amount to aiding and abetting crimes they committed.
1 Mar 13
Former Yugoslav foreign minister says Bosnian Serb leader believed in tolerance.
15 Feb 13
Judges note that defendant adhered to the conditions he was set on previous occasions when he was temporarily released.
1 Feb 13
Two defendants ran Serb paramilitary units responsible for major abuses in Croatia and Bosnia, prosecution says.
18 Jan 13
Case concerns five officials found responsible for army and police atrocities during Kosovo war.
11 Jan 13
Allegation of bias not backed up by credible information, tribunal president says.
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