Mladic


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Mladic

(məˈladɪtʃ)
n
(Biography) Ratko (ˈratko). born 1943, Bosnian military figure, commander of the Bosnian Serb forces during the civil war of 1992–95; indicted by the UN for war crimes, including the massacre of 6000 Bosnian Muslims at Srebrenica (1995); his trial at an international criminal tribunal in the Hague began in 2012
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Former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic, the man known as 'The Butcher of Bosnia', during court proceedings revealed that his "ethnic cleansing" campaign, targeted against Muslim Bosniaks, was to take revenge from the Ottoman Empire.
BOSNIAN Serb general Ratko Mladic, whose forces carried out the worst massacre in Europe since the Second World War, has been convicted of genocide and other crimes and sentenced to life behind bars.
RATKO Mladic, the former commander of the Bosnian Serb army, has been sentenced to life imprisonment after a United Nations special court found him guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity that it labelled as some of the "most heinous" in human history.
Despite his ailing health, Mladic looked relaxed, greeting lawyers, crossing himself and giving a thumbs-up to photographers in court.
Survivors of genocide gathered at the Memorial Center Potocari today to follow the pronouncement of verdict against Hague defendant Ratko Mladic.
tribunal on Wednesday convicted former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity for orchestrating massacres and ethnic cleansing during Bosnia's war and sentenced him to life in prison.
First, Mladic was convicted for commanding violent ethnic cleansing campaigns across Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1992 to 1995.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Ratko Mladic, the former leader of Bosnian Serbs and a military commander was sentenced to life in prison after the UN war crimes tribunal found him guilty of the involvement in the Srebrenica massacre and committing crimes against humanity.
Before its files are stored in archives, its lawyers and staff move on to other career challenges, it has one last - and perhaps most important - piece of unfinished business to conclude: The sentencing of Ratko Mladic on two counts of genocide and nine of war crimes against humanity.
Karadzic had hoped Mladic would testify that they did not agree or plan to expel Muslims or Croats from areas under Serb control.
Cuando MLADIC fue arrestado, Uson viajo a La Haya para asistir a los primeros compases de este juicio tenebroso.