At a status conference held before the Hague Tribunal, the Tribunal Chamber said it was satisfied with the preparations for the beginning of Ratko Mladic's trial.>>>
Chief UN war crimes prosecutor Serge Brammertz has arrived in Belgrade to finalise his six-month report on Serbia's cooperation with The Hague.>>>
Civil activists warn that politicians are giving up on EU integration and that candidate status without a date for accession talks would mean little for further democratization and citizens.
While Bosnian Muslims say general should have got a life sentence, Serbs say 27 years is far too much.
The retrial of Former Kosovo premier Ramush Haradinaj at The Hague was postponed on Friday after a key prosecution witness was deemed unable to testify.
Goran Hadzic, Serbia's last remaining UN-indicted war crimes suspect, has been extradited to The Hague.>>>
Goran Hadzic, Serbia's last remaining UN-indicted war crimes suspect, will be extradited to The Hague on Friday, after he sees his family, his lawyer says.
Zagreb welcomes suspect’s arrest and expresses hopes that a future trial will shed light on the fate of victims of war who remain missing.>>>
EU officials and other diplomats hail the news of Serbia's arrest of last remaining UN-indicted war crimes suspect, Goran Hadzic.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, ICTY, has upheld its conviction of French journalist and author Florence Hartmann for contempt of court.
Serbian President announces the arrest of Serbia's last remaining UN-indicted war crimes suspect, the former leader of the Croatian Serbs, Goran Hadzic.>>>
Veselin Sljivancanin, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in the 1991 Vukovar massacre, has been released by the Hague Tribunal.
Accused war criminal Ratko Mladic was removed from a courtroom at The Hague on Monday after refusing to enter a plea and then disturbing the proceedings.
Chief UN prosecutor Serge Brammertz has said that Croatia is cooperating with the tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, but missing military documents have yet to be delivered.
Chief UN War Crimes Prosecutor Serge Brammertz has praised Serbia before the UN Security Council for the arrest of war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic.