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Mladic Back In Hague Court

Ratko Mladic (file photo)Ratko Mladic (file photo)
Ratko Mladic (file photo)
Ratko Mladic (file photo)

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Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica to mark the 17th anniversary of the massacre of some 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys by Bosnian Serb forces near the end of the Bosnian War of the early 1990s.
The trial of former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic has resumed at the United Nations tribunal in The Hague.

The proceedings were suspended on July 19 when Mladic fell ill, but a tribunal statement later said tests conducted at a Hague hospital showed Mladic was fit to stand trial and the case would resume.

Mladic is on trial for genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity for his role in Bosnia's 1992-95 war.

He denies wrongdoing.

Mladic, 70, has reportedly suffered two strokes during his years in hiding.

He was captured last year after 16 years on the run as an indicted fugitive.

Based on reporting by AFP and RFE/RL’s Balkan Service
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by: Vinko from: Zagreb,Croatia
July 16, 2012 17:52
they should ship him and Karadzic back to people of Bosnia and they should hang him high on one of Bosnian mountains....that would be justice...anything else is mockery of justice
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by: Abdulmajid
July 17, 2012 20:46
Right. Better make them suffer each and every single one of the deaths they caused. Let their victims decide. And nobosy should dare say "The Bosniaks are as guilty as we of the war!" because it is just not true. There was no Mladic among the Bosniaks. Bosniaks did no Srebrenica to the Serbs. Bosniaks did not destroy historic monuments of the Serbs. Bosniaks did not attack Serbia.
And am I glad that the first comment I read on this was not some inhuman twerp trying to defend or rationalize what is indefensible. That disgust me to no end when the anti-Bosniak genocidal crusade was shown to us all live on TV and yet still they pretend it happened exactly the other way round.
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by: Jacques Poujade from: Paris
July 18, 2012 13:16
Ehm... Bosniaks were the ones that started the war in Bosnia, learn some history. Quote Alija Izetbegovic "I will sacrifice peace and spill blood for our muslim Bosnia" (unfortunately for him and the Bosniaks that supported him, more than a half of Bosnia are Christians). With such an islamistic stance, war was inevitable.
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by: Abdulmajid
July 18, 2012 20:20
Jacques, or rather Jakob, stop defending what is undefensible. Serbia started all wars in the former Yugoslavia. Not the Bosniaks. Of course you would rather prefer the Bosniaks had agreed with the Serbs a peaceful way for their annihilation andd let themselves be led like lambs to the slaughter. What do you mean, learn some history, the whole world could watch the genocide aganst the Bosniaks. And from what I read from your comment I see I'm more knowledgeable about the history of the region than you are, and I can tell you that the Serbs are not the master race. So Slija Izetbegovic said he was willing to spill blood for Bosnia. Big ******* deal! Should he have told his people that they have to sacrifice themselves for world peace and so that Serbs can have their greater Serbia, when the genocidal Serb crusade was already raging in Croatia, he was only telling the Serbs to "respect existence or expect resistance", and you tergiverse it into a threat against the Serbs. You sidetrack the isssue at hand and refuse to answer to my question, who is the Bosniak Mladic? I see you are an Islamophobe, you say the anti-Bosniak genocide was their own fault, and I refuse to discuss with a declared enemy of my faith and my people.

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