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UN war crimes court grants provisional release to 2 former Serbian security officials

25 July 2017


Tags : news - icty,serbia,bosnia


The Hague, dtt-net.com – The International Criminal Tribunal for former-Yugoslavia (ICTY) has granted provisional release to two former high-level officials of the Serbian State Security Service who are on re-trial over war crimes charges during the wars in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in early ‘90s.


 


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