Slobodan Milosevic

 
International justice for Africa?
International justice for Africa?
The field of international criminal justice is a relatively new one. It has grown rapidly. International criminal law really developed as a result...
Mladic: 'I defended my people'
Mladic: 'I defended my people'
Wartime Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic on Friday denounced genocide and war-crimes charges against him as "obnoxious", claiming he was...
A decade after war, missing still haunt Kosovo
A decade after war, missing still haunt Kosovo
A decade after war, almost 2 000 people are still listed as missing in Kosovo, haunting their families and stalling efforts to reconcile...
Nato cluster bombs still threaten Serbs
Nato cluster bombs still threaten Serbs
Unexploded cluster bombs still threaten thousands of Serbian civilians almost 10 years after they were dropped during Nato's 1999 air war over...
Karadzic to defend himself, mirroring Milosevic
Karadzic to defend himself, mirroring Milosevic
Bosnian-Serb genocide suspect Radovan Karadzic is to defend himself before the United Nations war-crimes court, his lawyer said on Wednesday,...
UN human rights chief to step down
UN human rights chief to step down
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Canadian jurist Louise Arbour, said on Friday she will step down when her current term in...
Serbs weigh pride against prosperity in key election
Serbs weigh pride against prosperity in key election
Serbs began voting on Sunday in an election that will show whether the lure of European Union membership outweighs their anger over the Western-backed secession of Kosovo....
Kosovan army 'harvested organs from Serb prisoners'
Kosovan army 'harvested organs from Serb prisoners'
Carla del Ponte, the former chief prosecutor for war crimes in former Yugoslavia, has unleashed a storm of recrimination with allegations of a...
Storming of embassy in Serbia sparks US outrage
Storming of embassy in Serbia sparks US outrage
Serb rioters enraged by Kosovo's secession stormed the United States embassy in Belgrade and set it on fire, leaving one person dead and drawing...
Diana inquest hears of 'Dracula royals' and spy plots
Diana inquest hears of 'Dracula royals' and spy plots
At the inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi al-Fayed, Britain's royals were branded the "Dracula family" and a former spy chief was...
Bush recognises Kosovo, says will bring peace
Bush recognises Kosovo, says will bring peace
United States President George Bush on Tuesday recognised the independence of Kosovo from Serbia and said it would bring peace to the Balkans.
EU's favoured candidate wins Serbia poll
EU's favoured candidate wins Serbia poll
From Monday morning Serbia faces up to a bruising battle over how to react to the looming secession of its southern province of Kosovo, after...