Bosnian Serb police chief to surrender on Srebrenica charges

[JURIST] Ljubomir Borovcanin [ICTY backgrounder], the Bosnian Serb former police chief charged with complicity in genocide in connection with the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, will surrender to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia [official website], Bosnian media reported Tuesday. According to his initial indictment [text], Borovcanin will face charges of complicity in genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. Borovcanin will be the sixth suspect to surrender in recent weeks, but there's no word yet on when his surrender to Serbian authorities in Belgrade will take place. Reuters has more.



 

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