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Tribunal Begins Transfer of Judicial Records to MICT
27 January 2015

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) began today the handover of judicial records to the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT). John Hocking, in his capacity as ICTY Registrar, certified as accurate and complete...

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Media accreditation now open for the Appeals Judgement in the case of Vujadin Popović and others
23 January 2015

The Appeals Chamber Judgement in the case of Vujadin Popović and others is scheduled to be rendered on Friday, 30 January at 10:00 am in courtroom I. The Appeals case involves five high-ranking Bosnian Serb military officials convicted in June 2010 of a range of crimes committed...

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Outreach Programme launches ’20 Years of the ICTY’ publication
outreach, 16 January 2015

Today the Tribunal’s Outreach Programme launched its latest publication entitled ’20 Years of the ICTY’. The book offers a unique insight into the views and arguments presented by the Tribunal’s senior staff and key stakeholders during open discussions about the ICTY’s work...

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Tribunal extends agreement on Detention Facilities and Services with The Netherlands
14 January 2015

The Tribunal’s Registrar John Hocking and the General Director of the Custodial Institutions Agency of The Netherlands, Peter Hennephof, today signed an extension of the Agreement on Detention Facilities and Services between the United Nations...

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ICTY Weekly Press Briefing
14 January 2015

Welcome to our first press briefing of 2015. I’d like to wish you all a very happy new year. On 23 December, the Tribunal made public the decision issued by the President on 10 November granting early release to Zoran Žigić...

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Tribunal completes third phase of its Youth Outreach Project
7 January 2015

The Outreach Programme of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) recently completed the third phase of its high school and university presentations on the Tribunal’s mandate and achievements, which involved a total of 2,332 students across the region of the former Yugoslavia...

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