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Press Releases Archive
24 November 1995 The Tribunal welcomes the parties' commitment to justice. Joint statement by the President and the Prosecutor.
16 November 1995 Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic accused of genocide following the take-over of Srebrenica.
13 November 1995 The Vice-President of Herceg-Bosna and five other prominent Bosnian Croats indicted for the ''Ethnic Cleansing'' of the Lasva Valley Area.
09 November 1995 Three JNA officers from a Belgrade- based brigade charged with the mass killing of non-serb men forcibly removed from the Vukovar hospital
26 September 1995 Indictment amended, accused faces additional charges.
16 September 1995 Joint statement by Justice Richard Goldstone, Prosecutor of the International Tribunal, and His Excellency Kresimir Zubak, President of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
06 September 1995 International Tribunal indicts a Croatian military regional commander.
10 August 1995 Case no IT-94-I-T/defendant: Mr. Dusko Tadic.
05 July 1995 The International Tribunal announces "with a lot of sadness" the return to his home country of its Chief of investigations.
20 June 1995 The second Annual Report of the International Tribunal states that it "will not flinch from its task".
24 April 1995 The Judges will soon consider two applications for deferral in matters related to Bosnian Croats and the Bosnian Serb leadership.
13 February 1995 The International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia charges 21 Serbs with atrocities committed inside and outside the Omarska death camp.
01 February 1995 The Judges of the Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia express their concern regarding the substance of their programme of judicial work for 1995.
27 January 1995 Icty’s Prosecution Section In Place