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ICTY Timeline

08/29/2013: Danish judge removed from war crimes tribunal for bias.

05/25/2013: ICTY marked 20th anniversary.

12/17/2012: UN extended terms of ICTY judges.

11/26/2012: Serbia asked UN tribunal to hand over evidence against freed Croatian generals.

11/11/2012: ICTY denied former Serb parliament speaker's request for early release.

10/06/2012: ICTY opened final war crimes trial.

11/14/2011: Staff shortages plagued UN war crimes tribunals.

09/14/2011: UN extended terms for international tribunal prosecutors until December 2014.

07/20/2011: Serbia captured final ICTY fugitive Goran Hadzic.

10/08/2010: UN war crimes tribunals requested additional resources from General Assembly.

09/28/2010: ICTY began project to strengthen Balkan region's courts.

08/27/2008: ICTY indicted former spokesperson for disclosing confidential Milosevic decisions.

08/03/2008: Serbian president vowed to work with ICTY to find remaining fugitives.

07/29/2008: Bosnia war crimes court handed down first Srebrenica sentences.

07/10/2008: Russia alleged bias in ICTY.

05/20/2008: ICTY indicted journalist for exposing witness in ex-Kosovo PM war crimes trial.

05/15/2006: ICTY prison auditors recommended modest reforms after Milosevic death in custody.

11/01/2005: ICTY transferred first case to Croatia.

03/15/2005: UN Yugoslavia war crimes court issued final indictment.

05/25/1993: ICTY created [pdf] under UN Resolution 827.



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