• 26 May 2011

    The arrest of Ratko Mladic – indicted for his role in the siege of Sarajevo and the Srebrenica massacre – is a significant moment in Balkan history. Channel 4 News looks at why.

  • 26 May 2011

    The arrest of Ratko Mladic is a “huge moment”, former Prime Minister Tony Blair tells Channel 4 News, as the 16-year hunt for the Bosnian war crimes suspect draws to an end.

  • 26 May 2011

    Arrested in Serbia, Ratko Mladic was indicted for genocide after the 1995 slaughter of around 8,000 Muslim men at Srebrenica, in Bosnia.

  • 26 May 2011

    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?

  • 26 May 2011

    The International Criminal Court was set up after genocide in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. The arrest of Radko Maldic is a notable success, but who remains at large among those it has indicted?

  • 26 May 2011

    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.

  • 15 Dec 2010

    The Serbian Foreign Minister criticises the Kosovan Prime Minister after a draft report claims he was one of the key players in the trafficking of Serbian prisoners’ organs after the 1998-99 conflict

  • 12 Aug 2010

    For too, too long now, local people have simply called it “the bloody river”.

  • 26 Oct 2009

    I’m sure he didn’t actually smoke all the time, but I cannot ever remember seeing Radovan Karadzic not smoking. The fag, the almost quiff-like status of that barnet (easily the most ludicrous of the Balkan wars Vuk Draskovic included) and his often rambling, rapid -fire manner of speaking at assorted press conferences around Bosnia. And…

  • 20 Feb 2009

    Well, the silver-quiffed Mr Karadzic did indeed appear as scheduled in Courtroom No 1 today – and here’s the evidence. But it’s questions over evidence of the legal variety that have messed up proceedings today: the former Bosnian Serb wartime leader wasn’t given the chance to plead because of what the prosecution admitted was “a clerical…

  • 20 Feb 2009

    Dr Dragan Dabic, the erstwhile silver-bearded new age guru of Uri Gagarin Street,  New Belgrade (until he was exposed last summer as the former Bosnian Serb leader and alleged war criminal Radovan Karadzic), is back in Courtroom One at The Hague this afternoon at 14:15 local time. His reappearance coincides with the reappearance in London…