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  • Ratko Mladic: 5 reasons the 'Hague Hilton' is no San Quentin

    Ratko Mladic: 5 reasons the 'Hague Hilton' is no San Quentin

    Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb Army leader who is considered responsible for the Srebrenica massacre, arrived in The Hague Tuesday. He will be placed in the same detention center as the others facing trial in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Mr. Mladic faces the prospect of spending the rest of his life in detention, but as detention centers go, the 'Hague Hilton,' as it is sometimes called, may not be such a bad place to stay.

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  • Ratko Mladic: 5 reasons the 'Hague Hilton' is no San Quentin

    Ratko Mladic: 5 reasons the 'Hague Hilton' is no San Quentin

    Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb Army leader who is considered responsible for the Srebrenica massacre, arrived in The Hague Tuesday. He will be placed in the same detention center as the others facing trial in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Mr. Mladic faces the prospect of spending the rest of his life in detention, but as detention centers go, the 'Hague Hilton,' as it is sometimes called, may not be such a bad place to stay.

  • Signs of a changed Serbia in weakened pro-Mladic protests

    Signs of a changed Serbia in weakened pro-Mladic protests

    Thousands protested the arrest of alleged Serbian war criminal Ratko Mladic in Belgrade on Sunday. But indifference or relief has largely outweighed anger over the arrest.

  • After Ratko's arrests, a look back at the Srebenica massacre

    Global News Blog After Ratko's arrests, a look back at the Srebenica massacre

    Ratko Mladic was already indicted for war crimes when the Monitor helped uncover the Srebrenica massacre -- the worst war crime in Europe since World War II.

  • Who is Ratko Mladic? Four key questions answered.

    Who is Ratko Mladic? Four key questions answered.

    Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic was arrested Thursday in Serbia, more than a decade after a warrant was issued for his arrest for his involvement in the Bosnian war of the 1990s. He was indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia for crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes in 1995 and the international arrest warrant soon followed.

  • Opinion Karadzic trial: proud Serb defiance vs. victims' stories

    The Radovan Karadzic trial may not deliver justice, but it will give victims a chance to tell what happened.