The British embassy in Sarajevo rejected allegations made by public figures in Serbia and Republika Srpska that genocide convict Radovan Karadzic is being held in unacceptable conditions in a UK prison.
Srebrenica victims’ associations condemned an appeal to the UN by public figures in Serbia and Republika Srpska who claimed that genocide convict Radovan Karadzic is being held in poor conditions in a British prison.
Ratni lider bosanskih Srba, Radovan Karadžić, tvrdio je da je sklopio sporazum sa američkim diplomatom Richardom Holbrookeom da mu neće biti suđeno. Postoje li dokumenti u arhivi Haškog tribunala koji potkrepljuju njegovu tvrdnju?
For families still searching for loved ones who went missing in wartime Sarajevo, the 30th anniversary of the start of the siege of the capital is a painful reminder that three decades of hope and anguish have passed.
As the former Bosnian Serb military chief, who was convicted of genocide and other wartime crimes by the UN court in June, awaits transfer to prison to serve his life sentence, he is suffering from increasingly poor health, his lawyers said.
A report by a Bosnian Serb-funded commission has claimed the Srebrenica massacres were not genocide and most victims were not civilians – but some of its controversial assertions are contradicted by evidence heard at trials at international courts.
Ahead of the initial verdict in the last trial at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal, BIRN looks back on the landmark judgments, controversies, successes and failures in the UN court’s mission to seek justice for the atrocities of the 1990s.