December 21, 2010
by Jaclyn Belczyk
The war crimes court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) on Tuesday convicted four former Bosnian Serb policemen of killing at least 150 civilians during the 1992-1995 Bosnian civil war. The court sentenced Dusan Jankovic to 27 years, Zoran Babic and Milorad Skrbic to 22 years, and Zeljko Stojnic to ...[read more]
January 9, 2009
by Tarah Park
The office of the Bosnian war crimes prosecutor on Thursday indicted eight Bosnian Serbs on charges of taking part in war crimes early in the Bosnian war. Damir Ivankovic, Zoran Babic, Gordan Djuric, Milorad Radakovic, Milorad Skrbic, Ljubisa Cetic, Dusan Jankovic and Zeljko Stojnic are suspected ...[read more]
June 10, 2006
by Brett Murphy
An internal report conducted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and released Friday has concluded that UN authorities were not at fault and there was no criminal conduct in the March 5 suicide of Croatian Serb leader Milan Babic. The investigation began after Serbian ...[read more]
June 9, 2006
by Tom Henry
Report to the President, Death of Milan Babic, Judge Kevin Parker, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, June 8, 2006. Read the full text of the report. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here... ...[read more]
March 22, 2006
by Tom Henry
Russian diplomat Konstantin Dolgov has requested a UN briefing on conditions in UN detention facilities following the recent deaths of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and Croatian Serb Milan Babic. Dolgov also asked Tuesday for information from UN officials on the state of an ...[read more]
March 21, 2006
by Krystal MacIntyre
A new report issued Tuesday by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe says that a resurgence in Serb nationalism evident after the death in detention of ex-Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic makes it unlikely that fugitive Bosnian Serb war crimes indictee Ratko Mladic will ...[read more]
March 8, 2006
by Lauren Becker
Serbian officials have criticized prison officials from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia for failing to prevent the suicide of Milan Babic, former wartime leader of Croatia's rebel Serbs during the Balkan wars. Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic said that ICTY p... ...[read more]
March 6, 2006
by Jeannie Shawl
Milan Babic, former wartime leader of Croatia's rebel Serbs during the Balkan wars, was found dead in his cell at a UN detention facility Sunday after he committed suicide. Babic was sentenced by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to 13 years in prison for his role i... ...[read more]
July 18, 2005
by Tom Henry
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on Monday upheld a 13-year jail sentence for Milan Babic, the wartime leader of Croatia's rebel Serbs who took part in a campaign of ethnic cleansing in the early 1990s. Babic, who for a short time led the Krajina Serb republic after... ...[read more]

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