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The politics of justice at The Hague
The ICTY was meant to be a beacon of international justice but now its credibility is on the line.
Last updated: 28 Jan 2014 09:19 GMT
Profile: Tomislav Nikolic
Serbia's new president, while traditionally an ultra-nationalist, promises to steer country towards EU integration.
Last updated: 21 May 2012 08:55 GMT
Serbia and the EU reach a stalemate
Upcoming elections in Serbia will delay any hopes of a forthcoming EU candidacy.
Last updated: 27 Dec 2011 15:14 GMT
Explainer: Yugoslavia War Crimes Tribunal
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was the first body created to prosecute war crimes since 1945.
Last updated: 20 Jul 2011 08:59 GMT
War crimes court in witness probe
UN court to investigate claims prosecutors intimidated witnesses in trial of Serb leader.
Last updated: 18 Aug 2010 20:01 GMT
Serbian nationalist's trial begins
Vojislav Seselj, the leader of Serbia's Radical Party, faces war-crimes charges.
Last updated: 07 Nov 2007 15:04 GMT
Serb nationalist ends hunger strike
Vojislav Seselj agrees to take food again as he awaits trial for alleged war crimes.
Last updated: 08 Dec 2006 17:16 GMT
Serb nationalist could be force-fed
UN tribunal orders Dutch authorities to intervene in hunger strike of Serbian leader.
Last updated: 07 Dec 2006 04:43 GMT
Trial suspended as doctors delay
Serbian nationalist Vojislav Seselj's medical examination is delayed until Tuesday.
Last updated: 04 Dec 2006 18:21 GMT
Hunger strike delays Seselj trial
Officials say Vojislav Seselj may die before he can stand trial for war crimes.
Last updated: 04 Dec 2006 17:57 GMT
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3D printing and the future of disaster relief
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Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
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