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This is a complete listing of all indictees of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia along with their ethnic origin, rank or occupation, details of charges against them and the disposition of their cases. There are currently two indictees at large.

Name Ethnicity
Former rank or occupation
Indictment Disposition
Rahim Ademi Kosovo Albanian, Croat Army general Operations in the Medak Pocket of Krajina, Croatia Case transferred to Croat courts
Mehmed Alagić Bosniak, commander of 7th corps, Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Mujahadeen" actions in Central Bosnia Died while on parole before case concluded
Zlatko Aleksovski Bosnian Croat, prison commander Unlawful treatment of prisoners in Lašva Valley area in Bosnia and Herzegovina Sentenced to 7 years, granted early release[1]
Stipo Alilović Bosnian Croat, soldier Murder and wanton destruction in Lašva Valley Indictment withdrawn after news of his death
Milan Babić Croat Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Krajina For his part in ethnic cleansing in Croatia Sentenced to 13 years, found dead in cell in March 2006, suicide[2]
Mirko Babić Bosnian Serb Rape at Omarska camp Indictment withdrawn
Haradin Bala Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army prison camp guard Direct participation in the killings of Serbs at Berisha mountains Sentenced to 13 years
Idriz Balaj Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army special unit commander Murder, rape and persecution of Serbs in Western Kosovo Acquitted of all charges  
Nenad Banović Bosnian Serb, prison guard Murder, torture and persecution at Keraterm camp Indictment withdrawn
Predrag Banović Bosnian Serb, prison guard Murder, torture and persecution at Keraterm camp Sentenced to 8 years[3]
Ljubiša Beara Bosnian Serb, colonel of Military Police Genocide, murder, persecution and forcible deportation around Srebrenica and Žepa Currently on trial at the Hague
Beqë Beqaj Kosovo Albanian Indicted for contempt of the tribunal for interfering with witnesses in the case against Fatmir Limaj and Isak Musliu Sentenced to 4 months
Vidoje Blagojević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army officer Involvement in the Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 18 years[4]
Tihomir Blaškić Bosnian Croat, Croat Army general Persecutions against the Muslim civilians of Bosnia Convicted, partially dismissed in appeal, sentenced to 9 years, granted early release[5]
Janko Bobetko Croat, Croat Army chief of staff Indicted for command authority of Medak Pocket operation Died while "at large" and before the case could be heard[6]
Ljubomir Borovčanin Serb, Commander of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Interior Special Police Indicted in Srebrenica case Captured March 2005, Currently at the Hague
Goran Borovnica Serb, soldier Indicted in Prijedor case Indictment withdrawn due to his apparent death
Ljube Boškoski Macedonian, interior minister of Macedonia For Ljuboten attack  Acquitted by the ICTY Trial Chamber on 10 July 2008; appeal filed by the Prosecution on 8 August 2008
Lahi Brahimaj Kosovo Albanian, member of the Kosovo Liberation Army For his role in harassment, abuse, expelling, capture, imprisonment, murder, and torture of Serbian and Romany Egyptian civilians from the villages surrounding the Glodjane region Sentenced to 6 years, serve three due to early release[7]
Radoslav Brđanin Bosnian Serb, president of the crisis staff of the Autonomous Region of Krajina Indicted in connection with persecutions, deportations, murders, torture, and destruction in the Autonomous Region of Krajina Sentenced to 32 years[8]
Miroslav Bralo Bosnian Croat, HVO military policeman For his role in the multiple murder, rape, torture, unlawful confinement and inhumane treatment of Bosnian Muslim civilians, including a number of children, in central Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) between January and mid-July 1993 Sentenced to 20 years
Mario Čerkez Croat, HVO brigade commander For offensives in Lašva Valley, Bosnia Sentenced to 6 years[9]
Ivan Čermak Croat Army general For his role in the permanent removal of the Serb population from the Krajina region, by force, fear or threat of force, persecution, forced displacement, transfer and deportation, appropriation and destruction of property and other means, which constituted or involved the commission of crimes Awaiting trial, granted provisional release[10]
Ranko Ćesić Bosnian Serb, member of the Intervention Squad in the Reservist Corps of the Bosnian Serb police force Murder and sexual abuse in the Luka camp Sentenced to 18 years[11]
Valentin Ćorić Bosnian Croat, chief of the HVO's military police For his role in administering Herceg-Bosna prisons and detention facilities as well as in combat and ethnic cleansing operations  
Zejnil Delalić Bosnian Muslim, commander of the First Tactical Group of the Bosnian Muslim forces Indicted with having command and control over the Čelebići prison camp Acquitted by the Trial Chamber
Hazim Delić Bosnian Muslim, Bosnian prison camp deputy commander Murder and rape at Čelebići prison camp Sentenced to 18 years
Rasim Delić Bosnian Muslim, chief of staff of the Army of Bosnian Muslims For his failure to prevent the Mujahadeen members of the Bosnian army from committing crimes against captured civilians and enemy combatants (murder, rape, torture) Granted provisional release on 6 May 2005, pending the start of his trial
Miroslav Deronjić Bosnian Serb; president of the Bratunac Crisis Staff For attack on the village of Glogova Sentenced to 10 years[12]
Slavko Dokmanović Croat Serb, Mayor of Vukovar Indicted in connection with killings of hospital inmates Committed suicide before trial[13]
Damir Došen Bosnian Serb; shift commander at the Keraterm prison camp For his role in the inhumane treatment of inmates at the Keraterm prison camp Sentenced to 5 years, granted early release[14]
Simo Drljača Bosnian Serb, chief of the Public Security Station for Prijedor Actions around Prijedor Killed during attempted arrest
Vlastimir Đorđević Serbian army general Deportation, persecution and murder of Kosovo Albanians Arrested on June 17, 2007 in Montenegro[15]
Đorđe Đukić Bosnian Serb; member of the Main Staff of the Bosnian Serb army Indicted for shelling civilian targets in Sarajevo Released on parole for health reasons; died before the case was tried
Dražen Erdemović Croat, soldier in Bosnian Serb Army/Croat Army Murder of Bosnian Muslim men at Srebrenica Sentenced to 5 years[16]
Anto Furundžija Croat, local commander of the HVO unit, Jokers Torture of a Bosnian Muslim civilian at Nadioci Sentenced to 10 years, granted early release[17]
Dušan Fuštar Bosnian Serb, shift commander at Keraterm prison camp Persecution, inhumane acts and murder of Bosnian Croats, Bosnian Muslims and other non-Serb Bosnians around Prijedor Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dragan Gagović Bosnian Serb; chief of police in Foča For his role in persecutions in Partizan Sports Hall detention centre Killed during attempted arrest, indictment withdrawn[18]
Stanislav Galić Bosnian Serb, commander of Sarajevo Romanija Corps Indicted for shelling and sniping of Sarajevo Sentenced to life in prison by Appeals Chamber, overruling initial verdict of 20 years[19]
Ante Gotovina Croat, Army general Crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war  
Zdravko Govedarica Bosnian Serb, prison camp guard Indicted for beating a prisoner at Omarska camp Indictment withdrawn
Momčilo Gruban Bosnian Serb, guard shift commander at the Omarska camp Indicted for persecution, inhumane acts and murder Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina, sentenced to 11 years on 30 May 2008
Milan Gvero Bosnian Serb, military assistant commander for Morale, Legal and Religious Affairs Indicted for Srebrenica  
Goran Hadžić Croat Serb, president of Republic of Serbian Krajina Persecution, murder, torture deportation and wanton destruction in Serbian Krajina At large, believed to be hiding in Belarus
Enver Hadžihasanović Bosniak, ARBiH brigadier general Command authority over acts of murder and wanton destruction in Central Bosnia On 22 April 2008, sentenced to 3½ years.[20 ]
Sefer Halilović Bosnian Muslim, ARBiH general For massacres in the villages of Grabovica and Uzdol, Bosnia Acquitted on all charges and released.
Ramush Haradinaj Albanian, prime minister of Kosovo Indicted for action while regional commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army Acquitted in May 2008 after witnesses didn't appear, prosecutors appealed the decision.
Janko Janjić Bosnian Serb sub-commanders of the military police Indicted for rape and torture at Foča Killed by own grenade during arrest, injuring 4 SFOR soldiers
Nikica Janjić Bosnian Serb, prison guard Indicted for torture and murder at Omarska and Keraterm prison camps Died before arrest
Gojko Janković Bosnian Serb Indicted for rape and torture at Foča Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Goran Jelisić Bosnian Serb ("held a position at Luka camp")[1] Indicted for genocide, murder, plunder, and inhumane acts at Luka camp and Brcko Sentenced to 40 years (found not guilty of genocide)
Dragan Jokić Bosnian Serb Involvement in Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 9 years[4]
Miodrag Jokić Serb, admiral in Yugoslav navy For the bombing of Dubrovnik Sentenced to 7 years[21]
Drago Josipović Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Convicted of murder and persecution, sentenced to 12 years
Radovan Karadžić Bosnian Serb, former President of Republika Srpska Genocide, Crimes against humanity, Violations of the laws or customs of war & Grave breaches of the Geneva conventions of 1949 Arrested on July 21, 2008 in Serbia[22]
Marinko Katava Bosnian Croat Participation in Bosnian Croat campaign against the Muslims of Central Bosnia in 1993 Indictment withdrawn for lack of evidence
Duško Knežević Serb Indicted in Omarska Camp case Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dragan Kolundžija Bosnian Serb crimes against the non-Serbian population of the Prijedor municipality in the Keraterm camp which were committed during a period stretching from 24 May 1992 to around 5 August 1992 Sentenced to 3 years, granted early release[14]
Dragan Kondić     Indictment withdrawn
Dario Kordić Croat For offensives in the Lašva Valley, Bosnia Sentenced to 25 years[9]
Milojica Kos     Sentenced to 6 years, granted early release
Predag Kostić     Indictment withdrawn
Radomir Kovač Bosnian Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement in Foča Sentenced to 20 years
Milan Kovačević Bosnian Serb Prijedor case Died in custody before trial concluded
Vladimir Kovačević Montenegrin Serb, Yugoslav army commander Siege of Dubrovnik Currently unfit to stand trial
Momčilo Krajišnik Bosnian Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Indicted with genocide, murder, extermination, deportation, and persecution Sentenced to 27 years (found not guilty of genocide)
Milorad Krnojelac Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander For the Foča prison camp Sentenced to 15 years
Radislav Krstić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army general Genocide, Crimes against humanity & Violations of the laws or customs of war Sentenced to 35 years (Originally 46 years)
Amir Kubura Bosniak, 7th Muslim Mountain Brigade Chief of Staff Command authority over acts of murder and wanton destruction in Central Bosnia Sentenced to 2 years[20 ]
Dragoljub Kunarac Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement in Foča Sentenced to 28 years
Mirjan Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted by the Appeals Chamber
Vlatko Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted by the Appeals Chamber
Zoran Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted by the Appeals Chamber
Miroslav Kvočka Omarska and Keraterm camps Sentenced to 7 years [23]
Goran Lajić     Indictment withdrawn
Esad Landžo Bosniak   Sentenced to 15 years
Vladimir Lazarević Serb, Army general Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 15 years in prison.[24]
Fatmir Limaj Albanian   Acquitted by the Trial Chamber
Milan Lukić Bosnian Serb, commander of a paramilitary group called "Avengers" or "White Eagles" Indicted for killing of up to 100 Muslims in vicinity of Višegrad Sentenced to life imprisonment[25]
Sredoje Lukić Bosnian Serb, member of "Avengers" Indicted for killing of up to 100 Muslims in vicinity of Višegrad Sentenced to 30 years in prison.[26]
Sreten Lukić Serb, Serbian police general Command authority for crimes against humanity in Kosovo Sentenced to 22 years in prison
Paško Ljubičić Bosnian Croat, 4th HVO Military Police Battalion commander War crimes against Bosniak civilians in Lašva Valley In prison, awaiting trial
Gruban Malić Serbian fictional character Indicted for forced sexual intercourse, violation of the laws or customs of war and crime against humanity Charges dropped as the person in question does not exist.
Zoran Marinić      
Mladen Markač Croat Colonel General   Awaiting trial, granted provisional release[10]
Milan Martić Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Krajina Attacks on Zagreb Sentenced to 35 years[27]
Vinko Martinović Bosnian Croat War crimes against Bosniak civilians in Mostar area Sentenced to 20 years
Željko Meakić Bosnian Serb Indicted in Omarska Camp case Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Radivoj Miletić Bosnian Serb Indicted for Srebrenica  
Slobodan Miljković     Died before arrest
Dragomir Milošević Bosnian Serb Indicted for command of siege of Sarajevo Sentenced to 33 years[28]
Slobodan Milošević Serb, president of Serbia, president of Yugoslavia Indicted for incidents while in authority during Kosovo War Found dead in jail cell on March 11 2006
Milan Milutinović Serb

President of Serbia

Indicted for incidents while in authority during Kosovo War Acquitted of all charges
Ratko Mladić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army commander of the main staff Genocide, complicity in genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the laws and customs/war At large, believed to be hiding in Serbia
Darko Mrđa Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb police unit commander   Sentenced to 17 years
Mile Mrkšić Croat Serb, Yugoslav Army colonel, later Republika Srpska Krajina Army commander Indictment in relation to Vukovar Sentenced to 20 years[29 ]
Zdravko Mucić     Sentenced to 9 years, granted early release
Agim Murtezi Kosovo Albanian   Indictment withdrawn
Isak Musliu Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army commander   Acquitted by the Trial Chamber
Mladen "Tuta" Naletilić Bosnian Croat, paramilitary War crimes against Bosniak civilians in Mostar area Sentenced to 18 years
Dragan Nikolić Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander Indicted in the Sušica camp case Sentenced to 20 years
Drago Nikolić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army officer Indicted in the Srebrenica case  
Momir Nikolić Bosnian Serb, Assistant Commander of VRS Bratunac brigade Srebrenica case Plead guilty and sentenced to 27 years[30]
Mirko Norac Croat, General of HV   Case transferred to Croatia
Dragan Obrenović Bosnian Serb, VRS lieutenant colonel Srebrenica case Plead guilty, sentenced to 17 years[31]
Dragoljub Ojdanić Chief of the General Staff of the Yugoslav Army, Federal Defence minister of Yugoslavia Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 15 years in prison.[32]
Naser Orić Bosniak, Bosnian Army commander of Srebrenica Murder and wanton destruction on the basis of command responsibility On July 3, 2008, cleared of all the charges brought against him by the ICTY.[33][34]
Vinko Pandurević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army general Indicted in the Srebrenica case  
Dragan Papić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted by the Trial Chamber
Nedeljko Paspalj Bosnian Serb, guard in Omarska camp Omarska camp Indictment withdrawn
Nebojša Pavković Chief of the General Staff of the Yugoslav Army Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 22 years in prison.[35]
Milan Pavlić Bosnian Serb, guard in Omarska camp Omarska camp Indictment withdrawn
Momčilo Perišić Chief of Staff of JNA/VJ Command authority  
Milivoj Petković Bosnian Croat, Chief commander of HVO War crimes and ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Trial in process
Biljana Plavšić Bosnian Serb, former president of Republika Srpska   Pleaded guilty, sentenced to 11 years
Milutin Popović     Indictment withdrawn
Vujadin Popović Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army lieutenant colonel Indicted in the Srebrenica case  
Slobodan Praljak Bosnian Croat, HVO    
Draženko Predojević     Indictment withdrawn
Jadranko Prlić Croat leader of Herceg-Bosna    
Dragoljub Prcać Bosnian Serb Indicted for Keraterm and Omarska case Sentenced to 5 years
Berislav Pušić Croat, HVO officer Ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Currently (As of July 2007) on trial[36]
Miroslav Radić Serb, Yugoslav Army captain Ovčara massacre after the Battle of Vukovar Acquitted by Trial Chamber[29 ]
Mlađo Radić Bosnian Serb Omarska and Keraterm camps Sentenced to 20 years [23]
Ivica Rajić Bosnian Croat Massacre in Stupni Do Sentenced to 12 years [37]
Mitar Rašević Serb   Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Željko Ražnatović "Arkan" Serb, paramilitary leader   Killed before the trial
Željko Savić     Indictment withdrawn
Duško Sikirica Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander   Sentenced to 15 years[14]
Franko Simatović Serb, high officer of Serbian State Security Service   Trial pending
Blagoje Simić Bosnian Serb for Bosanski Šamac Sentenced to 17 years[38]
Milan Simić Serb   Sentenced to 5 years, granted early release[39]
Pero Skopljak     Indictment withdrawn
Milomir Stakić Former mayor of Prijedor in northern Bosnia Responsibility for detention camps around Prijedor Sentenced to life imprisonment, but cut to 40 years on appeal[2]
Jovica Stanišić Serb, former chief of Serbian State Security Service    
Mićo Stanišić Bosnian Serb, former Bosnian Serb interior minister Crimes against humanity and Violations of the laws or customs of war  
Radovan Stanković Serb   Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vlajko Stojiljković Serb, former Serbian interior minister Indicted with Slobodan Milošević Committed suicide before trial
Bruno Stojić Bosnian Croat Ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Currently (as of July 2007) on Trial[36]
Pavle Strugar Montenegrin, Yugoslav Army general Command authority in bombing of Dubrovnik Sentenced to 8 years[40]
Nikola Šainović Prime Minister of Serbia Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 22 years in prison.[41]
Ivan Šantić     Indictment withdrawn
Vladimir Šantić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 18 years
Dragomir Šaponja Bosnian Serb Murder, inhumane acts, grave suffering Keraterm camp Indictment withdrawn
Vojislav Šešelj Serb, President of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) Persecution, torture, deportation, wanton destruction, murder Main trial pending, sentenced to 15 months for contempt of court[42]
Veselin Šljivančanin Montenegrin, Yugoslav army battalion commander Ovčara massacre after the Battle of Vukovar First sentenced to 5 years[29 ] Sentence increased to 17 years.[43]
Duško Tadić Bosnian Serb, Serbian Democratic Party leader in Kozarac and member of paramilitary force persecution, murder, rape, torture in Omarska camp and elsewhere Sentenced to 20 years
Miroslav Tadić Bosnian Serb, chairman of Bosanki Šamac 'Exchange commission' Persecution and deportation Sentenced to 8 years in the Bosanski Šamac case, granted early release[38]
Momir Talić Bosnian Serb, general of 1st Krajina Corps Genocide in the Krajina case Died, while on parole, before case was concluded
Johan Tarčulovski Macedonian, Macedonian police officer Ljuboten attack  Sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment by the ICTY on 10 July 2008; appeal filed on 8 August 2008
Nedjeljko Timarac Bosnian Serb Murder, inhumane acts, grave suffering in Keraterm camp Indictment withdrawn
Stevan Todorović Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb police head for the municipalty of Bosanski Šamac Indicted for persecution, deportation, murder and inhumane acts Sentenced to 10 years after pleading guilty to one count of persecution, granted early release[44]
Savo Todović Bosnian Serb, prison commander Indicted for persecution, torture, slavery, murder at Foča prison Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zdravko Tolimir Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army assistant commander Crimes against humanity and Violations of the laws or customs of war Awaiting trial [45]
Milorad Trbić Bosnian Serb, Captain in military police Indicted for genocide, murder, persecution at Srebrenica  
Mitar Vasiljević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb paramilitary Murder and crimes against humanity in the Drina River incident at Višegrad Sentenced to 20 years
Zoran Vuković Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army soldier Rape and torture at Foča Sentenced to 12 years
Simo Zarić Bosnian Serb, former major of Šamac Crimes against humanity Sentenced to 6 years, granted early release[38]
Milan Zec Commander of the Yugoslav Navy Indicted for murder, unlawful attack and wilful damage for the shelling of Dubrovnik Indictment withdrawn[40]
Dragan Zelenović Bosnian Serb, police officer Rape and torture at a prison camp in Foča Pleaded guilty to charges being sentenced
Zoran Žigić Bosnian Serb Crimes in the Prijedor region Sentenced to 25 years
Stojan Župljanin Bosnian Serb, senior police official in the Autonomous Region of Krajina Indicted for persecution, wanton destruction, deportation, torture, murder in Krajina arrested near Belgrade on June 11, 2008 by Serbian authorities

References

Notes

  1. ^ ICTY: ALEKSOVSKI (IT-95-14/1) Case Information Sheet
  2. ^ ICTY: BABIC (IT-03-72) Case Information Sheet
  3. ^ ICTY: BANOVIC (IT-02-65/1) Case Information Sheet
  4. ^ a b ICTY: BLAGOJEVIC AND JOKIC (IT-02-60) Case Information Sheet
  5. ^ ICTY: BLASKIC (IT-95-14) Case Information Sheet
  6. ^ ICTY: BOBETKO (IT-02-62) Case Information Sheet
  7. ^ Former Leader in Kosovo Acquitted of War Crimes - New York Times
  8. ^ ICTY: BRDJANIN (IT-99-36) Case Information Sheet
  9. ^ a b ICTY: KORDIC and CERKEZ (IT-95-14/2) Case Information Sheet
  10. ^ a b ICTY: CERMAK and MARKAC (IT-03-73) Case Information Sheet
  11. ^ ICTY: CESIC (IT-95-10/1) Case Information Sheet
  12. ^ ICTY: DERONJIC (IT-02-61) Case Information Sheet
  13. ^ ICTY: DOKMANOVIC (IT-95-13a) Case Information Sheet
  14. ^ a b c ICTY: SIKIRICA et al. (IT-95-8)Case Information Sheet
  15. ^ Hague indictee Vlastimir Đorđević arrested in Montenegro
  16. ^ ICTY: ERDEMOVIC (IT-96-22) Case Information Sheet
  17. ^ ICTY: FURUNDZIJA (IT-95-17/1) Case Information Sheet
  18. ^ ICTY: THE PROSECUTOR v. DRAGAN GAGOVIC Order granting Leave to withdraw Indictment
  19. ^ "Galić sentenced to life in prison". B92. 2006-11-20. http://www.b92.net/eng/news/society-article.php?yyyy=2006&mm=11&dd=30&nav_category=113&nav_id=38322.  
  20. ^ a b SENSE Tribunal: HADŽIHASANOVIĆU I KUBURI ODMJERENE BLAŽE KAZNE
  21. ^ ICTY: JOKIC (IT-01-42/1) Case Information Sheet
  22. ^ Serbia captures fugitive Karadzic - BBC News
  23. ^ a b ICTY: KVOCKA et al. (IT-98-30/1) Case Information Sheet
  24. ^ "Kosovo trial clears Serbia leader". BBC News. 26 February 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7911761.stm. Retrieved 26 February 2009.  
  25. ^ Court convicts Bosnian Serbs in burning of Muslims, AP, July 20, 2009
  26. ^ Court convicts Bosnian Serbs in burning of Muslims, AP, July 20, 2009
  27. ^ ICTY: Summary of Judgement for Milan Martić
  28. ^ Prosecutor V. Dragomir Milošević Summary Of Judgement
  29. ^ a b c A Summary of Judgement for MILE MRKŠIĆ, MIROSLAV RADIĆ AND VESELIN ŠLJIVANČANIN
  30. ^ ICTY: NIKOLIC (IT-98-33) Case Information Sheet
  31. ^ ICTY: OBRENOVIC (IT-02-60/2) Case Information Sheet
  32. ^ "Kosovo trial clears Serbia leader". BBC News. 26 February 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7911761.stm. Retrieved 26 February 2009.  
  33. ^ Srebrenica Muslim chief cleared, BBC News, July 3, 2008
  34. ^ UN appeals court acquits Bosnian Muslim war hero, Associated Press/Google News, July 3, 2008
  35. ^ "Kosovo trial clears Serbia leader". BBC News. 26 February 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7911761.stm. Retrieved 26 February 2009.  
  36. ^ a b Key figures of ICTY Cases, updated 2007-07-12
  37. ^ Ivica Rajic sentenced to 12 years’ imprisonment, ICTY Press Release, 2006-05-08
  38. ^ a b c ICTY: SIMIC et al. (IT-95-9) Case Information Sheet
  39. ^ ICTY: SIMIC, Milan (IT-95-9/2) Case Information Sheet
  40. ^ a b ICTY: STRUGAR (IT-01-42) Case Information Sheet
  41. ^ "Kosovo trial clears Serbia leader". BBC News. 26 February 2009. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7911761.stm. Retrieved 26 February 2009.  
  42. ^ [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8168054.stm Serb Seselj convicted of contempt], BBC, July 24, 2009
  43. ^ Appeals Chamber Increases Sentence Against Šljivančanin, Upholds Mrkšić Sentence
  44. ^ ICTY: TODOROVIC (IT-95-9/1) Case Information Sheet
  45. ^ Top war crimes suspect captured in Bosnia
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