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.
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 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”.
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.
Alex Thomson: up close and personal with General Mladic
He got up, shook hands – then attempted the first of what would be many bear hugs of that meeting – Alex Thomson recalls his interview with Ratko Mladic in 1995.
The memory of Srebrenica fades – but never goes away
Lindsey Hilsum blogs on why the memory of Srebrenicia will never go away: “Ten years ago I met Hasan Nuhanovic, a survivor of the massacre at Srebrenica.”
Mladic: another step towards an international rule of law?
Mladic, one of the last cards in the pack of wanted Balkan war criminals, will face justice before the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia. What can the ICC learn from this?
Mladic arrest revives UN’s Srebrenica trauma
On the day Ratko Mladic is arrested, Alex Thomson writes that the UN experience of setting up and policing the “safe haven” in Srebrenica remains a traumatic event for that organisation.
Scores of bodies found at Perucac Lake
For too, too long now, local people have simply called it “the bloody river”.