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Rough Justice?

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent The UN court based in The Netherlands, which was established by the Security Council to consider war crimes perpetrated during the collapse of the former Yugoslavia, is facing into its most difficult year since its … Continue reading

Ratko Mladic called to account at The Hague

Posted on by Ray Donoghue

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent, in The Hague Former Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic arrived into the chamber today with a look of defiance. He may face 11 counts of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, but he … Continue reading