Belgrade _ Serbia is not sheltering top war crimes fugitive General Ratko Mladic says the country’s Defence Minister, also denying reports he has been located.
Belgrade _ Ultranationalist deputies to the Serbian parliament sharply attacked President Boris Tadic for the arrest and extradition of top war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic in July.
Belgrade _ Serbia’s President Boris Tadic has said he will try to speed up Serbia’s path to European Union membership in his talks with Brussels officials.
Belgrade _ Chief Hague Tribunal Prosecutor Serge Brammertz will visit Belgrade next week, his spokesperson has said.
Belgrade _ The international war crimes tribunal has set free ex Yugoslav Navy commander Miodrag Jokic after he served two thirds of his term in prison for shelling of the Croatian sea resort of Dubrovnik in 1991.
Ljubljana _ A Slovenian living in Bosnia under a false identity is suspected of having taken part in the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, local media reported.
The Hague _ The Hague Tribunal has charged Florence Hartmann, the spokeswoman for former Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte, with contempt for disclosing confidential material.
Belgrade _ The EU’s Rapporteur for Serbia says top war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic will have to be at The Hague before any decision on Belgrade’s closer ties with the bloc is made.
Belgrade _ The trial of Serbia’s former President and five other top officials for war crimes in the 1999 Kosovo conflict has ended before The Hague Tribunal and a verdict is expected within weeks.
Belgrade _ Prosecutors at The Hague are demanding sentences of up to life imprisonment for six former Serbian officials charged with war crimes in the 1999 Kosovo conflict.
Belgrade _ The war crimes trial of a former Serbian President and five other top officials is nearing its end with the closing statements by the Prosecution and Defence being heard on Tuesday.
Belgrade _ Serbia expects a positive report by The Hague Tribunal's Chief Prosecutor in mid-September, a senior government official said.
Belgrade _ Serbia’s Army Security Agency has been negotiating the voluntary surrender of the top war-crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, a newspaper reported.
Belgrade _ Serbia's most wanted war-crimes fugitive, General Ratko Mladic, could be behind bars by the end of August, according to the Belgrade daily, Blic.
Belgrade _ Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister has said an interim agreement with the European Union will take effect after September 15, following the EU Ministerial Council meeting.