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For those of us who once lived in the former Yugoslavia, The Hague is the symbol for international tribunals. Our bloodstained nation is just a myth nowadays, but this court, a congelation of nations, still exists in a building in … Continue reading
The Suitcase in English, French A couple of days ago, the two former members of the Croatian military won a “not guilty” sentence in the Hague international war crime tribunal. I was not present in the general headquarters of the … Continue reading
photos by Bruce Sterling http://www.flickr.com/photos/brucesterling/808155154/in/photostream/ Boing Boing In English, Spanish This morning, The Hague tribunal commenced the trial of Ratko Mladic, ex commander of the army of the Serbian republic in Bosnia. Mothers of the slain gathered in front of … Continue reading