Thursday, February 11, 2016

Serbia 'not cooperating' in arrests: UN war crimes tribunal

War crimes judges on Wednesday piled pressure on Serbia to arrest three suspects over alleged witness-tampering in the case of an ultra-nationalist, accusing Belgrade of failing to cooperate with the UN tribunal.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in January 2015 issued arrest warrants for indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj's defence team lawyers, Petar Jojic and Vjerica Radeta, as well as for a former war-time associate, Jovo Ostojic.
The three are charged with allegedly "having threatened, intimidated, offered bribes to, or otherwise interfered with two witnesses," in two cases in Seselj's long-running battle with tribunal.
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