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Mladic jailed for life for Bosnia genocide
The Bosnian general who ordered the slaughter of thousands of Muslim men and boys in the early 1990s has been found guilty of genocide. But Ratko Mladic didn’t hear the verdict as he had been thrown out of the war crimes court room for shouting abuse. He was sentenced to life for organising the massacre…
Ex-Bosnian general Ratko Mladic mocks victim’s mother
The last major player from the Bosnian conflict took his seat in the Hague, making a throat-slitting motion to Munira Subasic, one of many spectators who have waited almost two decades for justice.
Angry Mladic removed from war crimes court
After threatening to boycott his UN war crimes tribunal, the former Serb army chief, Ratko Mladic, turns up – only to be removed from the courtroom after arguing with the judge.
Waiting for Mladic, 16 years on
“Today is not finally about Ratko Mladic at all – but those dignified women with their poster outside, who have lost so much.”
Ratko Mladic and the ‘genocide defence’
Ratko Mladic’s outbursts at the start of his trial give some clues as to his future line of defence. Channel 4 News compares his case to those of Slobodan Milosevic and Radovan Karadzic.
Mladic trial begins in The Hague
Ratko Mladic begins his trial at The Hague accused of 11 crimes, including genocide. Channel 4 News Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson is in court to witness the start of the trial.
Mladic rejects ‘obnoxious’ war crimes charges
Appearing at The Hague for the first time, General Mladic dismisses the war crimes charges against him as “obnoxious” and claims “I just defended my people and my country”.
Mladic faces genocide charges at war crimes tribunal
Ratko Mladic will be formally charged with genocide when he faces a war crimes tribunal for the first time at The Hague. His lawyer says he’s been treated in a prison hospital.
Mladic war crimes trial raises questions for the West
As Ratko Mladic is finally brought before the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, Anthony Tucker-Jones – a former Defence Intelligence official – looks at the failures of the West in the Balkans.
Mladic loses extradition appeal
A Serbian court rejects an appeal against the extradition of Ratko Mladic, allowing the former Bosnian-Serb general to be tried in the Hague for war crimes.
Mladic spends first night in custody for war crimes
Former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic, flown to Rotterdam on Tuesday to face a war crimes tribunal in The Hague, has spent his first night in custody.
Ratko Mladic appeals extradition
Former Bosnian Serb army general Ratko Mladic could be sent to The Hague within four days to face charges of genocide, yet today his lawyer appealed against his extradition.
Ratko Mladic ‘fit to stand trial’ at The Hague
Ratko Mladic is fit to be extradited to the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague, according to a judge. Mladic’s lawyer says he will appeal the decision on Monday.
Ratko Mladic arrest: life-saving journalism
As Europe’s most wanted war criminal, Ratko Mladic, faces extradition for war crimes, an Omarska concentration camp survivor recalls how a Channel 4 News report helped saved his life.
Ratko Mladic deemed fit to stand trial at Hague
As Ratko Mladic is deemed fit to stand trial at The Hague, the Serbian Interior Minister tells Channel 4 News his arrest was “the same as the Americans finding bin Laden”.