Slobodan Milosevic trial

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Papers reveal Anglo-French distrust before Srebrenica massacre
Archives show British PM was warned France may have made secret deal with Bosnian Serbs

Owen Bowcott and Caroline Davies

31, Dec, 2019 @12:01 AM

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Kosovo declares Nobel laureate Peter Handke persona non grata
Literature prize winner condemned over support for Milošević regime

Shaun Walker Central and eastern Europe correspondent

12, Dec, 2019 @3:08 PM

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Peter Handke's Nobel prize that dishonours the victims of genocide | Ed Vuilliamy
Whatever his literary merits, the author’s dismal morals should have disqualified him

Ed Vulliamy

12, Oct, 2019 @6:00 PM

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Yugoslavia tribunal closes, leaving a powerful legacy of war crimes justice
The court that put Slobodan Milošević in the dock is to be formally dissolved this week after 24 years and 161 indictments

Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent

20, Dec, 2017 @12:01 PM

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Praljak and Goering: the suicides of two war criminals raise questions and tell a story | Open door
Open door: When justice is thwarted, the value to the public of journalists as independent observers is reaffirmed

Paul Chadwick

03, Dec, 2017 @5:18 PM

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Security clampdown at The Hague amid fears of further suicides
Dutch police open investigation after death of Bosnian Croat general Slobodan Praljak in the dock

Chris Stephen

02, Dec, 2017 @8:00 PM

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Radovan Karadžić's lawyer expects guilty verdict over war crimes
Adviser plans to appeal if UN tribunal finds ex-Bosnian Serb leader guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity next week

Matthew Weaver

18, Mar, 2016 @4:05 PM

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The Butcher’s Trail by Julian Borger review - the hunt for the Balkan War criminals
With Radovan Karadžić’s verdict due next week, this powerful, pacy account details the tortuous journey to track down the warlords and bring them to justice

Tim Butcher

17, Mar, 2016 @4:00 PM

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Bosnia​'s bitter, flawed peace deal​,​ 20 years on
In 1995, the rival factions in Bosnia’s war met to bash out a solution under the watchful eye of the US. But over time the Dayton agreement has become a byword for inertia, neglect and despair. What went wrong?

Julian Borger

10, Nov, 2015 @5:36 PM

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How Britain and the US decided to abandon Srebrenica to its fate
New research reveals that Britain and the US knew six weeks before massacre that enclave would fall – but they decided to sacrifice it in their efforts for peace

Florence Hartmann and Ed Vulliamy

04, Jul, 2015 @8:09 PM

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Take a fearless stand on Human Rights Day | Letters: Vanessa Redgrave and Joy Hurcombe
Letters: We live in times which require a fearless stand for human rights law and due process – in our own country and everywhere else

10, Dec, 2014 @6:00 AM

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Court hope for parents who believe sons were killed to protect Ratko Mladic

Case of dead Serb soldiers could go before European court after Belgian ruling that parents did not get fair hearing

Julian Borger in Belgrade

02, Apr, 2013 @4:21 PM

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