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UN Court Finds Former Serb Leader Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was found guilty on 10 counts of crimes against humanity and violations of the Geneva Convention, a UN court ruled today. Karadzic was found criminally responsible for the Srebrenica massacre in 1995, where nearly 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed.
Radovan Karadzic's Defense Disgusts Slaughter Survivors
Accused war criminal Radovan Karadzic launched his defense today claiming he had not cost lives but saved them. The former Bosnian Serb leader is accused of slaughtering 7,000 Muslims in a camp at Srebrenica and killing 12,000 civilians during the siege of Sarajevo, but he challenged the
Bosnian Serb Ex-Military Commander Ratko Mladic Headed to The Hague
Serbian judges today rejected an appeal by accused war criminal Ratko Mladic and the former Serbian military commander was put aboard a plane headed for the The Hague to face charges of genocide . His lawyer Milos Saljic visited Mladic in jail earlier today and said the ex-general was crying and
Ratko Mladic Appeals Transfer to U.N. Court Where He Faces Genocide and War Crimes Charges
Bosnian Serb ex-military commander Ratko Mladic on Monday appealed his transfer to a United Nations court, where he faces genocide and war crimes charges, after thousands rallied in Belgrade against his arrest. His lawyer said he filed the appeal -- citing Mladic's health problems -- and sent it by
Richard Holbrooke, U.S. Diplomat, Dead at 69
Richard Holbrooke , a forceful presence in American diplomacy for more than 45 years, died tonight in Washington, D.C. He was 69. His death, after emergency surgery Friday for a torn aorta , was confirmed by sources to ABC News White House Correspondent Jake Tapper . Holbrooke, who served in the
Double Life of the Butcher of Bosnia
War Criminal Radovan Karadzic Was on Facebook, Had Own Web Site, Even a Girlfriend
Serbia Offers $1.3M for Ratko Mladic Capture
Serbia Offers $1.3M for Information Leading to the Arrest of War Criminal Ratko Mladic
On Tour With the 'Butcher of Bosnia'
He is charged with war crimes and genocide, but that's not enough to dissuade tourists eager to see how former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic managed to live in hiding for 13 years. Without the mountains of Slovenia or Bosnia nor the stunning coastline of Croatia or Montenegro, Serbian travel
Karadzic Rally Turns Violent in Belgrade
What was meant as a peaceful rally in support of indicted war criminal suspect Radovan Karadzic turned violent in Belgrade, Serbia, this evening as thousands of supporters of the former Bosnian Serb leader gathered to protest his arrest and his imminent extradition to the U.N. war crimes tribunal
No Ping Pong For Saddam But Table Foosball For Karadzic
By Stephen Webb, ABC News London Bosnian Serb ex-President Radovan Karadzic, currently under arrest for war crimes and genocide, will soon be moved to a detention unit at The Hague, where he will wait to be put on trial. What...