Bosnian Serb Army

Dodging Prosecution, Ratko Mladic’s Wartime Associates Live Freely in Serbia

The death of Milorad Pelemis, wartime commander of the Bosnian Serb Army's notorious 10th Sabotage Detachment, on April 23 in Serbia received major coverage in the country, with many domestic media stressing what they described as his "heroic" actions during the Bosnian war.

Ratko Mladic: Europe’s Most Wanted Faces Final Judgment

"A very, very dangerous man."

This is how the former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte, described the fugitive she hunted for more than a decade in order to bring him for trial for the first genocide on European soil since the defeat of Nazi Germany.

Ratko Mladic’s Plea for Genocide Verdict Postponement Rejected

The appeals chamber of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague ruled on Friday that the final verdict in former Bosnian Serb Army commander Ratko Mladic's trial should not be postponed because one of his defence lawyers cannot be present in court due to illness.

Radovan Karadzic Transferred to Britain to Serve Jail Sentence

Radovan Karadzic was transferred from the UN Detention Unit in Scheveningen in The Hague to Britain on Wednesday, the former Bosnian Serb president's lawyer Goran Petronijevic told Bosnian media.

Petronijevic added that he had talked to Karadzic briefly on Wednesday when he landed in London, but has no further information on his whereabouts.

Bereaved Parents Welcome Memorial to Bosnian City’s Deadliest Day

Twenty-six years ago, a shell fired from positions held by the Bosnian Serb Army hit the Kapija area of Tuzla in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, killing 71 people and injuring over 200 more.

Most of the casualties on May 25, 1995 were young people; the youngest was a two-and-a-half-year-old boy called Sandro Kalesic.

UN Court Dismisses Karadzic’s Objections to UK Jailing: Lawyer

Radovan Karadzic's lawyer Peter Robinson told BIRN on Friday that the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague has not agreed to the wartime Bosnian Serb political leader's demand to serve his sentence in a country other than Britain, where he feels his life could be in danger.

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