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timeline: ratko mladic's road to judgement | bosnia


in 1992, the bosnian serb army laid siege to sarajevo, the capital of bosnia and herzegovina, that resulted in the deaths of more than 11,500 people. in 1995, units of the bosnian serb army captured the town of srebrenica and killed about 8,000 bosniaks who had sought refuge there. both massacres were headed by the bosnian serb general ratko mladic, who was arrested in 2011 on charges of genocide and grave war crimes.mladic's final verdict comes out on november 22, 2017. here is a brief timeline of mladic's life, military involvement and eventual conviction. 






defense lawyer: mladic may not be fit to hear verdicts


the hague, netherlands — a lawyer for gen. ratko mladic says it is not certain the former bosnian serb military commander will show up in a united nations courtroom when judges deliver their verdicts in his long-running trial for allegedly masterminding atrocities during bosnia's 1992-95 war.mladic's attorneys have filed a flurry of motions in recent days seeking to have the ailing 75-year-old's health assessed ahead of wednesday's pronouncement of the judgment in his trial.attorney dragan ivetic said monday that lawyers are not attempting to stall the case and have been trying for weeks to have mladic's health assessed.ivetic says a doctor has warned that, based on mladic's health, "any form of stress including a trial proceeding may increase his chance of having a stroke, a heart attack






bosnia war victims on why mladic's verdict means little | bosnia


sarajevo, bosnia and herzegovina - ratko mladic, known as the "butcher of bosnia", is accused of heading one of the worst massacres in recent history.between 100,000 and 200,000 people were killed in the bosnian war between 1992 and 1995, and as many as 50,000 women were raped.on wednesday, a un judge will hand down mladic's verdict for genocide and crimes against humanity at the international criminal tribunal for former yugoslavia (icty), in the netherlands.the former serb general is now 74 years old.the hague-based court was set up in 1993 to try people suspected of committing war crimes during the war in bosnia and herzegovina and croatia. it has filed indictments against 161 people, most of them serb chetnik high-ranking officials. more than two decades later, after hearing almost 5,0






landmark mladic verdict closely watched in the balkans


belgrade, serbia — as the u.n. war crimes court prepares to wrap up its work with a verdict in the landmark genocide trial of former bosnian serb military chief ratko mladic, deep divisions persist in the balkans over the tribunal's role in delivering justice and paving the way for reconciliation in the war-torn region of europe.mladic's trial is the last major case for the netherlands-based tribunal for former yugoslavia, which was set up in 1993 to prosecute those most responsible for the worst carnage in europe since world war ii. the tribunal declared its aim is to "deter future crimes and render justice to thousands of victims and their families, thus contributing to a lasting peace in the former yugoslavia."more than 20 years on, however, the nations in the region are still led by na






mladic trial to end, where will next war crimes court start?


the hague, netherlands (ap) — when a panel of u.n. judges hands down a verdict next week in the trial of former bosnian serb military chief gen. ratko mladic, it will mark the end of a ground-breaking era in international law. yet a new age of international justice is already underway, with other temporary courts and tribunals springing up around the world to prosecute atrocities.mladic’s trial is the last at the international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia, which was set up in 1993 to prosecute crimes committed in the balkan wars of the early 1990s.over 24 years, it has sent dozens of war criminals to jail — from lowly soldiers and prison camp guards to former bosnian serb leader radovan karadzic — and it developed key jurisprudence in prosecuting atrocities.mladic, who insis






srebrenica survivor: 'the soil is soaked with blood'


videoas former bosnian serb military leader ratko mladic awaits his verdict on war crimes, mark urban - in collaboration with bbc our world - meets mevludin oricat in the place where, in 1995, serb troops brought him and hundreds of others from srebrenica to kill them.share this withcopy this linkhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-europe-42021356/srebrenica-survivor-the-soil-is-soaked-with-bloodread more about sharingclose share panel






srebrenica survivor: 'the soil is soaked with blood'


videoas former bosnian serb military leader ratko mladic awaits his verdict on war crimes, newsnight's mark urban - in collaboration with bbc our world - meets mevludin oric in the place where, in 1995, serb troops brought him and hundreds of others from srebrenica to kill them.share this withcopy this linkhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-europe-42021356/srebrenica-survivor-the-soil-is-soaked-with-bloodread more about sharingclose share panel






serbian director lazar stojanovic dies at 73


belgrade, serbia — lazar stojanovic, a serbian film director who was jailed under communism and was an anti-war activist during the 1990s, has died. he was 73.stojanovic's family said saturday that he had died in belgrade, the serbian capital. the cause of death and funeral arrangements weren't immediately known.stojanovic was known for his liberal democratic ideas both in communist-run yugoslavia and after the country broke up in a nationalist euphoria that triggered a series of ethnic wars.stojanovic's film "plastic jesus" was banned in the 1970s because of its criticism of totalitarian regimes. stojanovic was sentenced to three years in prison, while the film was released in 1990s.stojanovic joined serbia's anti-war movement against strongman slobodan milosevic in the 1990s. he helped s






swiss authorities extradite war crimes suspect to bosnia


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — prosecutors in bosnia say a woman wanted for war crimes she allegedly committed against serb civilians during the country's 1992-95 war has been extradited from switzerland.a statement from prosecutors says that 56-year-old efeta veseli was handed over to authorities on friday at sarajevo's airport.she is accused of a "particularly cruel" murder of a 12-year-old serb boy near the northeastern bosnian town of zvornik in 1992. veseli left bosnia after the war and settled in switzerland where she was arrested in september. her transfer to bosnia for trial was delayed because she had been battling extradition.






dutch government partially liable in 300 srebrenica deaths


the hague, netherlands (ap) — a dutch appeals court ruled tuesday that the government was partially liable in the deaths of some 300 muslim men killed by bosnian serb forces in the 1995 srebrenica massacre.the ruling largely upheld a civil court’s landmark 2014 judgment that said the state was liable in the deaths of the bosnian muslim men who were turned over by dutch u.n. peacekeepers to bosnian serb forces in july 1995 and subsequently killed.hague appeals court presiding judge gepke dulek said the men were killed after being removed by dutch u.n. peacekeepers from their compound during a mass evacuation. bosnian serb forces led by gen. ratko mladic had overrun the u.n.-declared safe haven in eastern bosnia.“by having the men leave the compound unreservedly, they were deprived of a chan






serbian director lazar stojanovic dies at 73


belgrade, serbia — lazar stojanovic, a serbian film director who was jailed under communism and was an anti-war activist during the 1990s, has died. he was 73.stojanovic's family said saturday that he had died in belgrade. the cause of death wasn't immediately known.stojanovic was known for his liberal democratic ideas both in communist-run yugoslavia and after the country broke up in a nationalist euphoria that triggered a series of ethnic wars.stojanovic's film "plastic jesus" was banned in the 1970s because of its criticism of totalitarian regimes. stojanovic was sentenced to three years in prison, while the film was released in 1990s.stojanovic joined serbia's anti-war movement against strongman slobodan milosevic in the 1990s. he also made documentaries about bosnian serb wartime lead






russia, bosnia sign deal settling soviet-era debt


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — bosnia and russia have signed an agreement to settle moscow's $125 million soviet-era debt to the balkan country.bosnia's finance ministry said the deal signed tuesday in moscow will make bosnia the only ex-yugoslav republic to collect the debt in cash.the full amount is expected to be transferred by the end of may, but the timing depends on how speedily the bosnian parliament ratifies the deal.in 2003, russia took over the responsibility for the soviet union's debt to the former yugoslavia estimated at $1.3 billion. the debt arose mainly from business deals under which communist yugoslavia provided the soviet union with consumer goods.moscow has cleared the portions of debt claimed by other yugoslav successor states, repaying them in goods and services.






bosnia to appeal un court ruling clearing serbia of genocide


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — bosnia will ask the united nation's top court to reconsider its 2007 ruling that cleared serbia of genocide during bosnia's 1992-95 war.bakir izetbegovic, muslim bosniak member of the county's tripartite presidency, announced friday the request will be submitted before feb. 26, when the deadline for appealing expires. the appeal will be initiated despite a lack of consent from his croat and serb counterparts in the presidency.the decision is expected to plunge bosnia into a political crisis, as bosnian serb legislators plan to boycott parliament to show their opposition.however, izetbegovic insists no new approval is required, as bosnia's legal representative in the case will simply submit an appeal.bosnia sued neighboring serbia before the international cour






bosnian serbs pass resolution against nato membership


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — bosnian serb lawmakers passed a non-binding resolution wednesday opposing the country's potential membership in nato, a symbolic measure that's part of longstanding efforts by pro-russia politicians in bosnia to keep the country away from the western military alliance.the 83-member parliament in the bosnia serb-run part of the country approved the resolution, which insists on bosnia's military neutrality and also states that it will coordinate all future decisions on the issue with their ethnic kin in serbia.opposition lawmakers were thrown out earlier because of noisy protests over unrelated issues, and didn't attend.traditionally, pro-russia serbs in bosnia — which nato bombed in 1990s to end the country's 1992-95 war — are strongly opposed to nato membersh






belfiore: windows 10 timeline won't arrive with fall creators update


we're going to have to apologize in advance for this pun. here goes: now we don't have a concrete timeline for when timeline will finally debut.






belfiore: windows 10 timeline won't arrive with fall creators update (updated)


we're going to have to apologize in advance for this pun. here goes: now we don't have a concrete timeline for when timeline will finally debut.






haris medunjanin called into bosnia squad for wcqs


baždarević has included the philadelphia union midfielder in bosnia’s 28-man squad for an upcoming world cup qualifier against greece. the qualifier will take place on june 9 while the philadelphia union are in the middle of a 15-day international break. this means that medunjanin won’t miss any time with the squad which is important given how important he has become to the team.medunjanin has been a fixture in the bosnia squad making 54 appearances since his debut appearance in 2009. he even captained the bosnia team on their kirin cup winning campaign in 2016. some national teams place a stigma on mls performance but the numbers that medunjanin has been putting up are hard to ignore.in his first season with the philadelphia union, medunjanin has scored two goals while providing five assi






serbia fm dacic sees danger in bosnia's un suit revival


belgrade, serbia — serbia's foreign minister on saturday sharply criticized neighboring bosnia's bid to revive a genocide suit against his country before the united nations' top court, describing it as "very dangerous."sarajevo's move could cause tensions within bosnia, jeopardize both regional stability and bilateral ties between serbia and bosnia, ivica dacic warned on serbia's state tv.bakir izetbegovic, muslim bosniak member of the county's tripartite presidency, announced friday that bosnia will ask the u.n. court of justice to reconsider its 2007 ruling that cleared serbia of genocide during bosnia's 1992-95 war.izetbegovic said the request will be submitted before feb. 26, the deadline for appealing. the appeal will be initiated despite a lack of consent from his croat and serb coun






srebrenica's bone hunter | srebrenica


filmmakers: muris beglerovic and jasmina djikoliin july 1995, months before the end of the three-year bosnian war and in violation of international law, the serbian army marched into the united nations' supported enclave of srebrenica.it would be a relief to bury the remains and to know where they are. now i keep looking at the door expecting him to come [home].hajra rizvanovic, srebrenica massacre survivor, mother of a srebrenica victim led by general ratko mladic, thousands of women and children either fled srebrenica to neighbouring potocari, or were forcibly evacuated by the bosnian serb army. the remaining men and boys of the then majority-muslim town were systematically tortured and murdered in what would come to be known as the darkest hour for europe since world war ii.over 8,000 m






bosnia: landslide forces home evacuations, road closure


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bosnia to pakistan to prison: ex-fighter reflects on life


mclean, va. (ap) — randall royer grew up in the midwest, a suburban st. louis kid. by the time he was 21, he had converted to islam and changed his name to ismail royer, fighting in bosnia alongside fellow muslims against serbian ethnic cleansing.by the time he was 31, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping friends who wanted to join the taliban after the sept. 11 attacks.now age 44 and out of prison, he remembers bosnia as both a highlight of his life and the place that launched him on a disastrous path.“there was so much meaning and purpose in what i was doing,” he said of the bosnian war. “i spent so much time trying to recapture that feeling of bosnia. it never came back.”most read stories3-course dinners for $32 starting april 2.he remembers with pride the gratitude expres






bosnia to pakistan to prison: ex-fighter reflects on life


mclean, va. — randall royer grew up in the midwest, a suburban st. louis kid. by the time he was 21, he had converted to islam and changed his name to ismail royer, fighting in bosnia alongside fellow muslims against serbian ethnic cleansing.by the time he was 31, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping friends who wanted to join the taliban after the sept. 11 attacks.now age 44 and out of prison, he remembers bosnia as both a highlight of his life and the place that launched him on a disastrous path."there was so much meaning and purpose in what i was doing," he said of the bosnian war. "i spent so much time trying to recapture that feeling of bosnia. it never came back."he remembers with pride the gratitude expressed by the bosnian families whose homes he defended and says the






serbia fm dacic sees danger in bosnia's un suit revival


belgrade, serbia — serbia's foreign minister on saturday sharply criticized neighboring bosnia's bid to revive a genocide suit against his country before the united nations' top court, describing it as "very dangerous."sarajevo's move could cause tensions within bosnia, jeopardize both regional stability and bilateral ties between serbia and bosnia, ivica dacic warned on serbia's state tv.bakir izetbegovic, muslim bosniak member of the county's tripartite presidency, announced friday that bosnia will ask the u.n. court of justice to reconsider its 2007 ruling that cleared serbia of genocide during bosnia's 1992-95 war.izetbegovic said the request will be submitted before feb. 26, the deadline for appealing. the appeal will be initiated despite a lack of consent from his croat and serb coun






veteran actor shabana azmi believes that the triple talaq judgement is a victory


veteran actor shabana azmi believes that the triple talaq judgement is a victory for muslim womenshabana azmi is happy about the supreme court’s triple talaq judgement as she believes that it is a victory for brave muslim women in the country.triple talaq being practiced by the muslim community is held as “unconstitutional”, “arbitrary” and “not part of islam” by 3:2 majority judgement by the supreme court.shabana tweeted on tuesday, “i welcome the supreme court judgement on instant triple talaq. it’s a victory for brave muslim women who have waged a battle against it for years”shabana azmi is also a social and women rights activist besides being an actor and has actively supported child survival, aids and various other social causes. she has been a role model to many women and has stood u






bosnia's silent killer: the coal industry


after the us decision to quit the paris climate agreement, the european union set its sights on becoming a global leader in curbing fossil fuel emissions. but some of its eastern neighbours that seek to join the bloc have severe levels of air pollution. many people are switching back to coal as a cheaper alternative to imported gas from russia. in bosnia-herzegovina, the high level of air pollution has become a cause for alarm for the locals.produced by camelia sadeghzadeh; filmed by marek polaszewski






5 believed dead as small plane crashes and burns in bosnia


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — police say five people are believed dead after a small plane crashed near the southern bosnian city of mostar.police in mostar said saturday the plane burst into flames after crashing and was completely burned.three children were confirmed to be among the dead. police said no one could have survived the crash and fire.no further information was available.






google maps’ timeline feature is now supported on ios


although google maps’ timeline feature isn’t brand new, starting today, ios users will also be able to access this feature directly from the ios version of the app. previously, the only way for ios users to see this was by logging into a desktop and signing into the appropriate google account.google has been collecting this information for years at this point, but if the idea that google has a record of your whereabouts bothers you, you can always turn the feature off. we’ve certainly referred to the timeline when we can’t recall the name of a restaurant or if we were trying to recall how something went down on a particular day.timeline menu and filteringyou can access the timeline by opening google maps on your ios device and tapping on “your timeline”. you can even filter the timeline by






lake created by landslide floods in bosnia, closes highway


sarajevo, bosnia-herzegovina — flooding from a new lake created by a landslide in central bosnia has shut down one of the country's main highways.earlier this week, a major landslide from huge piles of mine waste from an open pit coal mine had blocked a river near the central town of kakanj, creating the lake.the lake then overflowed saturday morning following heavy rain overnight. that forced the closure of a busy highway connecting the bosnian capital of sarajevo with the central town of zenica.fahrudin solak, a civil protection official, said emergency crews have redirected drivers to alternative roads and were struggling to defuse the lake's flooding threat by channeling water into drainage ducts.on friday, authorities evacuated more than 150 people from two villages in the direct path






katie hall maintains slim lead with one stage left in women's tour of california


coryn rivera edged arlenis sierra and giorgia bronzini in a sprint to the finish on saturday to win the third stage of the women's tour of california, while katie hall maintained the slimmest of overall leads. hall will have a single-second advantage over olympic road race champion anna van der breggen when riders begin the 90-minute circuit race on a 2.2-mile course through downtown sacramento on sunday. the finale coincides with the start of the seven-stage men's race. they'll begin in california's capitol before heading on a 104-mile course that returns to downtown. rivera was set up saturday by teammates on team sunweb, who worked with the cylance team to bring back the break.cylance sprinter kirsten wild punctured near the finish, making things a bit easier for rivera to win in front






la 2024 officials think they impressed ioc evaluators but know there is more wor


captionla galaxy player baggio husidic talks about his family escaping war-torn bosnia when he was young.la galaxy player baggio husidic talks about his family escaping war-torn bosnia when he was young.






princeton timeline download


download download getting the right information to the right people at the right time in the right way. the princeton timeline aims to let members of the princeton community see everything they are supposed to do, and anything they might want to do, at princeton on any given day of the year. it does this by consolidating event, activity and announcement information from a variety of university sources, including an information publishing system built into the timeline itself. the princeton timeline was developed in response to concerns expressed by students and administrators regarding effective communication. students felt that they were being spammed by administrator emails, administrators felt that their important messages were being ignored by students. the goal of the timeline, quoted






bosnia 1992: the omarska camp | bosnia


filmmaker: nidal magrabibetween may and august 1992, more than 3,200 bosnian muslims, known as bosniaks, and croats were killed in and around the town of prijedor and at the omarska concentration camp."prijedor was a truly lively town. people had always lived together. they relied on each other. the mosque faced the church. people were together at weddings, at funerals, as godparents. they married irrespective of faith. it was yugoslavia in the truest sense of the name," says rezac hukanovic, a journalist and publisher who is an omarska camp survivor.by 1992, the yugoslav federation was disintegrating. slovenia and croatia had already broken away, sparking a conflict with serbia. further violence broke out in bosnia-herzegovina, which had also declared independence.the serbs there wanted t






the abuse of india's triple talaq verdict | india


the triple talaq judgement pronounced by the constitution bench of five judges of the supreme court of india has been hailed as "historic" by all concerned. while the operative part of the elaborate ruling comprising of three different and diverse judicial opinions captured in 395 pages is just one line: "by a majority of 3:2 verdict the practice of talaq-e-biddat - triple talaq is set aside", it provides sufficient scope for diverse ideologies to lay a claim to it.it is understandable that muslim women who have suffered the indignity of triple talaq (or instant divorce by saying the word "talaq" three times) and those who helped them to approach the court are rejoicing because the judgement is a clear victory to the position espoused by them: that the supreme court must declare the practi






google maps for ios now lets you retrace your steps with timeline


google hasn’t had a terrific record with building social networks, but its timeline feature for google maps is actually surprisingly similar to a primary facet of most social products, and it’s a very interesting addition to an app that has largely been focused solely on getting you from point a to b. now, ios users can find out what their android counterparts have been enjoying with timeline in maps since 2015.what is timeline? it’s basically a browser history but for irl navigation. google frames it as a great way to look back and find that restaurant you thought was terrific during your most recent vacation, or to find out what day you actually dropped off your dry cleaning (vs. when you’re pretty sure you did). timeline has been live for android users, and on the desktop, for a little






bosnia's silent killer: the coal industry


after the us decision to quit the paris climate agreement, the european union set its sights on becoming a global leader in curbing fossil fuel emissions. but some of its eastern neighbours that seek to join the bloc have severe levels of air pollution. the bbc's environment correspondent navin khadka visited bosnia-herzegovina, where a heavy reliance on the coal industry has led to high levels of pollution. many people are switching back to coal as a cheaper alternative to imported gas from russia. but the high level of air pollution in the balkan state has become a cause for alarm for the locals.produced by camelia sadeghzadehcamera marek polaszewski






justices weigh ethnic serb woman’s bid to regain us citizenship


u.s. chief justice john roberts raised concerns on wednesday about the trump administration’s stance in an immigration case, saying it could make it too easy for the government to strip people of citizenship for lying about minor infractions.roberts and other supreme court justices indicated support for a deported ethnic serb immigrant over her bid to regain her u.s. citizenship after it was stripped because she falsely stated that her husband had not served in the bosnian serb army in the 1990s after yugoslavia’s collapse.roberts seemed particularly concerned that the government, under the view expressed by the administration’s lawyer, could revoke citizenship for something as minor as applicants failing to disclose that they have driven above the speed limit on a form that asks them to r






google maps for ios now lets you retrace your steps with timeline


google hasn’t had a terrific record with building social networks, but its timeline feature for google maps is actually surprisingly similar to a primary facet of most social products, and it’s a very interesting addition to an app that has largely been focused solely on getting you from point a to point b. now, ios users can find out what their android counterparts have been enjoying with timeline in maps since 2015.what is timeline? it’s basically a browser history but for irl navigation. google frames it as a great way to look back and find that restaurant you thought was terrific during your most recent vacation, or to find out what day you actually dropped off your dry cleaning (versus when you’re pretty sure you did). timeline has been live for android users, and on the desktop, for






family of teen who died after wisdom teeth procedure sues edina dentist


the “negligent and dangerous” actions of an edina oral surgeon during a routine wisdom teeth extraction led to the death of an eden prairie teen, the ’s family is alleging in a lawsuit filed this week in hennepin county district court.the medical malpractice and wrongful death suit against dr. paul tompach, who continues to see patients under state licensing board restrictions, alleges that several missteps caused the death of sydney galleger in june 2015. the lawsuit’s allegations about what tompach did wrong early in the procedure mirror much of what the state board of dentistry investigation determined before it put him under indefinite restrictions starting in march 2016.those missteps range from incorrectly administering general anesthesia to failing to provide proper monitoring durin