29 Mar 16 Hague Tribunal Frees Journalist Florence Hartmann

The Hague Tribunal granted early release to French journalist Hartmann, its former prosecution spokesperson who was arrested over an unpaid fine for publishing secret court information.

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28 Mar 16 Hague Tribunal Urged to Free Florence Hartmann

Around 100 Balkan human rights campaigners signed a letter supporting French journalist Hartmann, who was arrested at the Hague Tribunal over an unpaid fine for publishing secret court information.

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25 Feb 16 Serbia Pledges to Deal with Wanted Radicals

Belgrade promised the UN war crimes court in The Hague to cooperate over the case of three Serbian Radical Party members accused of threatening witnesses at their leader Vojislav Seselj’s trial.

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12 Feb 16 Serbia Sends Complaint to Hague Court

Serbia has sent a letter to the Hague-based war crimes court, after it criticised Serbia for not arresting three Radical Party members.

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11 Feb 16 Serbia Condemns Hague Pressure to Arrest Radicals

Justice Minister pledges to send a protest to the Hague-based war crimes court after the ICTY slammed Belgrade for not arresting three Radical Party members.

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09 Feb 16 Bosnian Serb Genocide Convict Dies in The Hague

The former intelligence chief of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Main Headquarters, Zdravko Tolimir, who was convicted of the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, died in the Hague Tribunal’s detention unit.

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10 Dec 15 UN Court Refuses to Prevent Naser Oric Trial

The international court in The Hague has rejected a request from former Bosnian Army general Naser Oric’s lawyers to order the Sarajevo judiciary to halt war crimes proceedings against him.

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10 Dec 15 Hague Prosecutor Slams Serbia’s Welcome for War Criminal

The chief prosecutor at the Hague Tribunal, Serge Brammertz, criticised Serbia for giving a hero's welcome to a former Yugoslav Army general released after serving a war crimes sentence.

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30 Nov 15 Hague Tribunal to Release Yugoslav Army War Criminal

Former Yugoslav Army official Vladimir Lazarevic, who was convicted of war crimes in Kosovo, will be given early release next month by the UN court in The Hague.

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15 Sep 15 Hague Grants Bosnian Serb Soldier Early Release

Former Bosnian Serb Army soldier Dragan Zelenovic was released after serving two-thirds of his 15-year sentence for the wartime rape and abuse of women and girls in Foca.

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04 Jun 15 Balkan States ‘Still Slow to Investigate’ 1990s War Cases

Chief Hague Tribunal prosecutor Serge Brammertz said that only a limited number of war crimes investigations have been completed by ex-Yugoslav countries and that probing senior officials should be their priority.

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06 Feb 15 Seselj Says Hague Prosecutor Took Croats' Bribe

Serbian war crimes defendant Vojislav Seselj has called Chief Hague prosecutor Serge Brammertz a 'marionette' and accused him of taking 500,000 euro as a bribe from the Croatian government.

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01 Dec 14 Hague Prosecutors Demand Seselj’s Return to Jail

Prosecutors at the international war crimes court asked for Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj, released for cancer treatment, to be returned to custody after his hardline rhetoric sparked anger.

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13 Nov 14 Bosnia Doubles Number of War Crimes Indictees

The Bosnian state prosecution said it will indict more than 100 people this year for war crimes during the early 1990s conflict – almost double the number of suspects charged in 2013.

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14 Oct 14 UN War Crimes Court to Close in 2017

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia will completely shut down in 2017 after delivering its last war crimes ruling, said the court’s president Theodor Meron.

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