THE HAGUE | 24.02.2004.

A CAMPAIGN OF TERROR ORDERED BY THE "HIGHER AUTHORITIES"

The prosecution and defense rest in the trial of Radoslav Brdjanin, former president of the Crisis Staff of the so-called Autonomous Region of Krajina, who stands accused of genocide in northwestern Bosnia.
THE HAGUE | 23.02.2004.

BOSNIA AS A "CONNECTION"

Seventh witness at the trial of Momcilo Krajisnik, an expert of the Hague Tribunal, Pat Treanor analyses the genesis of the Serbian Democratic Party policy in BH from its inception in the summer of 1991 until the end of 1992
THE HAGUE | 23.02.2004.

HOW PEOPLE DIED UNDER SIEGE IN DUBROVNIK

Testimony of pathologist who carried out autopsies on victims of the three-month long siege and shelling of Dubrovnik - a UNESCO-protected town - in late 1991. General Strugar's defence challenges "partial autopsy" reports.
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2004.
Next Week at the Tribunal

NEW UNCERTAINTIES IN THE MILOSEVIC CASE

Six trials continue, an appeals judgment will be handed down and three ex-KLA members re- enter their pleas. Will a judge's illness jeopardize the continuation of the Milosevic trial?
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2004.

JUDGE MAY RESIGNS

The Hague Tribunal announced that the Presiding Judge of the Trial Chamber hearing the case of Slobodan Milosevic resigned for health reasons. President Meron is confident that the resignation of Judge May, effective 31 May this year, will not have "an unduly disruptive effect" on any proceedings before the Tribunal.
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2004.

WHAT IF MILOSEVIC DOES NOT CONSENT TO A REPLACEMENT FOR JUDGE MAY?

Tribunal has safeguards against possible blocking of the legal process caused by the refusal of an accused to give his consent to the replacement of a judge in an ongoing trial
THE HAGUE | 20.02.2004.

A PROFESSIONAL KIDNAPPING

Testimony of Zivko Totic, former commander of the HVO brigade in Zenica, whose 15 April 1993 kidnapping caused passions to run high in Central Bosnia. Totic claims the attack was carried out by Military Police specials from the BH Army 3rd Corps, commanded by the accused Enver Hadzihasanovic.
THE HAGUE | 20.02.2004.

JUDGES CHECK WHETHER DERONJIC'S GUILTY PLEA IS UNEQUIVOCAL

Possible "material discrepancies" in Miroslav Deronjic's statements lead judges to schedule a new sentencing hearing.
THE HAGUE | 19.02.2004.

“WHOSE IS BOSNIA?”

How the municipal maps in Bosnia and Herzegovina were drawn on the basis of ethnic structure and land ownership.
THE HAGUE | 19.02.2004.

“RUSHED” DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

The defence for General Pavle Strugar challenges the findings of the UNESCO expert team that assessed damage to the Old Town of Dubrovnik caused by shelling, pointing out that the site investigation records showed as many as six investigations were carried out in only 33 minutes in various locations in town.
THE HAGUE | 18.02.2004.

THE “SHIPMENT” TO PALE

Why did Miroslav Deronjic send 400 Bosniak detainees from Bratunac to Pale, the "capital" of what was then the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in May 1992?
THE HAGUE | 17.02.2004.

WHO BURNED HOUSES IN GUCA GORA?

After an attack by the BH Army on the village of Guca Gora, the Croat population fled and its houses were then systematically looted and burned.
THE HAGUE | 17.02.2004.

LIMITING THE DAMAGE

By drawing attention to inconsistencies between two reports during the cross-examination of a UNESCO expert, defence counsel for General Pavle Strugar tries to limit the damage to Dubrovnik’s Old Town caused by the shelling of 6 December 1991.
THE HAGUE | 16.02.2004.

FROM POLITICALLY INCORRECT SPEECH TO WAR CRIMES

Testimony about "inflammatory rhetoric" of the former President of the Crisis Staff of the Autonomous Region of Krajina that the prosecution deems crossed the threshold dividing "politically incorrect speech" from war crimes.
THE HAGUE | 16.02.2004.

VOLUNTEERS WITHOUT BORDERS

Miroslav Deronjic testifies at the trial of Momcilo Krajisnik that in the Drina Valley municipalities, the SDS took over power according to an "identifiable pattern," in which Arkan's men and other volunteers from Serbia played an important role.