Ratko Mladić

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'You simply die all over again': the agony of Srebrenica, 25 years on
The women who lost loved ones in the massacre of Bosnian Muslims are still burying bodies – and still seeking justice as the guilty walk free

Annie Hylton

14, Jul, 2020 @7:30 AM

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Srebrenica 25 years on: how the world lost its appetite to fight war crimes
Ratko Mladić was brought to justice but where’s the desire to investigate mass killings in Syria, Yemen and Myanmar?

Julian Borger world affairs editor

05, Jul, 2020 @7:06 AM

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The Srebrenica massacre - archive, July 1995
Twenty-five years ago, around 8,000 Muslim boys and men were killed in the Srebrenica genocide when the besieged enclave in Bosnia was overrun by Bosnian Serb forces. See how the Guardian reported the massacre and human rights abuses

compiled by Richard Nelsson

01, Jul, 2020 @9:20 AM

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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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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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The Observer view on the effectiveness of international law | Observer editorial
World justice is failing the innocent when tyrants kill with impunity

Observer editorial

17, Dec, 2017 @12:05 AM

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Genocide charges are just too hard to prove – even in former Yugoslavia | Letters
Letters: Although Ratko Mladić has been convicted of genocide in Srebrenica, the bar is set so high that it is nearly impossible to prove the commission of the crime

Letters

29, Nov, 2017 @7:17 PM

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Ratko Mladić was unlucky. These days most war criminals go free | Jonathan Freedland
Justice caught up with the butcher of Srebrenica. Other tyrants should meet the same fate, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland

Jonathan Freedland

24, Nov, 2017 @7:28 PM

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The Guardian view on war crimes trials: justice for Srebrenica’s victims | Editorial
Editorial: It took years to bring Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladić to trial. His conviction should give renewed impetus to the pursuit of other perpetrators

Editorial

22, Nov, 2017 @7:31 PM

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Ratko Mladić will die in jail. But go to Bosnia: you’ll see that he won | Ed Vulliamy
The Serbian warlord is still adored in the statelet from which non-Serbs were banished, writes Ed Vulliamy, author of books on the Bosnia conflict

Ed Vulliamy

22, Nov, 2017 @7:27 PM

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Bosnians divided over Ratko Mladić guilty verdict for war crimes
‘Even if he is sentenced 1,000 times to life in prison, justice would still not be served,’ says victim who lost relatives in massacre

Julian Borger

22, Nov, 2017 @5:19 PM

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Ratko Mladić, the 'warlike youth' turned Balkan war criminal
He ordered many thousands of deaths and spent 14 years as a fugitive, then portrayed himself in court as a victim of conspiracies

Julian Borger

22, Nov, 2017 @11:35 AM

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