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MILOSEVIC
RTR1C846 
March 11, 2006 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic waits for the start of his defence case at the Yugoslav... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
File photo of former Yugoslav President Milosevic waiting for the start of his defence case in the Hague... 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic waits for the start of his defence case at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in the Hague, the Netherlands, in this July 5, 2004 file photo. Belgrade's B-92 radio said Milosevic had been found dead on Saturday in his cell at The Hague, where he has been on trial for war crimes since 2002. The station said it had heard the news from unofficial sources. Legal sources in Belgrade said they could not confirm the reports. REUTERS/Bas Czerwinski/Pool/Files 
SERBIAMONTENEGRO MILOSEVIC
RTR172YR 
March 11, 2006 
A February 9, 2002 file photo shows an unidentified woman wheeping while holding a picture of former... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
File photo shows an unidentified woman wheeping while holding picture of former Yugoslav president Slobodan... 
A February 9, 2002 file photo shows an unidentified woman wheeping while holding a picture of former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic during rally in Belgrade. Milosevic, the former Yugoslav leader who orchestrated the Balkan wars of the 1990s and was on trial for war crimes, was found dead in his prison cell near The Hague, the U.N. tribunal said Saturday March 11, 2006. Picture taken 9FEB2002. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic/files 
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES
RTRBUEM 
October 09, 2002 
Sasa Cvjetan (L) is followed by a guard as he arrives at the Court of
Justice in the southern Serbian... 
Prokuplje, Yugoslavia 
SASA CVJETAN ARRIVES AT COURT IN THE TOWN OF PROKUPLJE FOR WAR CRIMES
TRIAL. 
Sasa Cvjetan (L) is followed by a guard as he arrives at the Court of
Justice in the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje October 9, 2002.
Cvjetan and Dejan Demirovic, former members of Serbian special police
units, are charged with killing at least seven ethnic Albanian
civilians in the northern Kosovo town of Podujevo in March 1999.
Cvjetan denied the charges. Since former President Slobodan Milosevic
was ousted two years ago and handed over to The Hague tribunal,
Serbia's reformist authorities have pledged to try those accused of war
crimes and stave off some of the pressure by the international court.
In July, the Prokuplje court sentenced a former soldier to eight years
in prison for war crimes. REUTERS/Stevan Lazarevic

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MESIC
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October 02, 2002 
Croatian watches television in capital of Zagreb, as Croatian President
Stipe Mesic testifies at Slobodan... 
Croatia 
CROATIAN WATCHES TELEVISION AS CROAT PRESIDENT MESIC TESTIFIES IN THE
HAGUE. 
Croatian watches television in capital of Zagreb, as Croatian President
Stipe Mesic testifies at Slobodan Milosevic's trial at The Hague,
Netherlands October 2, 2002. The first head of state to testify at
Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes trial on Tuesday evoked a cold
warmonger determined to create an ethnically pure Greater Serbia, at
the ultimate cost of Yugoslavia. Croatian President Stjepan Mesic
repeatedly accused Milosevic of engineering the break up of Yugoslavia
and using the army to seize Croat land in his pursuit of a Greater
Serbia. REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan

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WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTRBG1K 
October 02, 2002 
A Croatian woman watches television in capital of Zagreb, as Croatian
President Stipe Mesic testifies... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
CROATIAN WATCHES TELEVISION AS CROATIAN PRESIDENT MESIC TESTIFIES IN
HAGUE. 
A Croatian woman watches television in capital of Zagreb, as Croatian
President Stipe Mesic testifies at Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes
trial at The Hague October 2, 2002. The first head of state to testify
at Slobodan Milosevic's war crimes trial on Tuesday

evoked a cold warmonger determined to create an ethnically pure Greater
Serbia, at the ultimate cost of Yugoslavia. Croatian President Stjepan
Mesic repeatedly accused 
MILOSEVIC
RTXLIRM 
September 26, 2002 
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic seen in the courtroom in The Hague, September 26, 2002. [Milosevic's... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic seen in the courtroom in The Hague, September 26, 2002. [..... 
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic seen in the courtroom in The Hague, September 26, 2002. [Milosevic's war crimes trial enters its second phase, with U.N. prosecutor's opening statement on the 61 counts of war crimes, including genocide, that Milosevic faces for the Croatian and Bosnian wars in 1991-1995.] 
MILOSEVIC
RTRB4FF 
September 26, 2002 
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic (R) enters the courtroom in
The Hague on September 26, 2002.... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC ENTERS COURTROOM FOR WAR CRIMES
TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic (R) enters the courtroom in
The Hague on September 26, 2002. Milosevic's war crimes trial enters
its second phase, with U.N. prosecutor's opening statement on the 61
counts of war crimes, including genocide, that Milosevic faces for the
Croatian and Bosnian wars in 1991-1995. REUTERS/Dusan Vranic/Pool

JES/AH 
INT DIP
RTRB466 
September 26, 2002 
Bosnian Azemina Mustafic cries while taking part in a vigil in front of
the International Criminal Tribunal... 
Rotterdam, Netherlands 
BOSNIAN PROTESTERS DEMONSTRATE AT MILOSEVIC TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Bosnian Azemina Mustafic cries while taking part in a vigil in front of
the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The
Hague September 26, 2002. U.N. prosecutors accused Slobodan Milosevic
on Thursday of scheming to ethnically cleanse Croatia and Bosnia as
they opened a genocide case alleging Europe's worst human rights
violations since World War Two. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

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BOSNIA MILOSEVIC
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September 26, 2002 
Sabra Kolenovic, a survivor of the 1995 massacre of up to 8,000 Muslims
in Srebrenica, reacts in Sarajevo... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
SREBRENICA SURVIVOR WATCHES MILOSEVIC'S WAR CRIMES TRIAL ON TV. 
Sabra Kolenovic, a survivor of the 1995 massacre of up to 8,000 Muslims
in Srebrenica, reacts in Sarajevo September 26, 2002 as she refuses to
see the face of Slobodan Milosevic during a live TV broadcast of his
trial before the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague. U.N.
prosecutors on Thursday opened their key Croatia and Bosnia cases
against Slobodan Milosevic, accusing him of genocide in what they call
Europe's worst human rights violation since World War Two. The former
Yugoslav president faces 61 charges in this stage in the biggest
internationa war crimes hearing in Europe since Hitler's henchmen were
tried at Nuremberg. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic REUTERS

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CROATIA WAR CRIMES
RTRB4P4 
September 25, 2002 
File photo of Croatian President Stjepan Mesic during a memorial
service on the tenth anniversary of... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
FILE PHOTO OF CROATIAN PRESIDENT STJEPAN MESIC AT MASS GRAVEYARD IN
VUKOVAR. 
File photo of Croatian President Stjepan Mesic during a memorial
service on the tenth anniversary of the fall of Vukovar in November
2001. Mesic will testify in The Hague during the war crimes trial of
former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic. Mesic, a fervent advocate
of the Tribunal, urged in television adresss on September 25, 2002,
Croatia to cooperate fully with the court and hand over indicted
wartime army chief of staff General Janko Bobetko. REUTERS/Nikola
Solic

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BOSNIA MILOSEVIC
RTRB2T9 
September 25, 2002 
A forensic expert checks numbers on body bags in a morgue in Tuzla
September 25, 2002 where the remains... 
Srebrenica, Bosnia 
EXPERT WORKS IN MORGUE WITH REMAINS OF VICTIMS OF SREBRENICA MASSACRE. 
A forensic expert checks numbers on body bags in a morgue in Tuzla
September 25, 2002 where the remains of more than 3,500 Bosnian Muslim
victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre await identification. Genocide,
the crime of crimes, is the key charge U.N. prosecutors will level
against former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday when
they open a major new chapter in his groundbreaking trial.
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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BOSNIA MILOSEVIC
RTRB2SF 
September 25, 2002 
A forensic expert works in a morgue in Tuzla September 25, 2002 where
remains of more than 3,500 Bosnian... 
Tuzla, Bosnia 
EXPERT WORKS IN MORQUE WITH REMAINS OF VICTIMS OF SREBRENICA MASSACRE. 
A forensic expert works in a morgue in Tuzla September 25, 2002 where
remains of more than 3,500 Bosnian Muslim victims of 1995 Srebrenica
massacre wait for identification. Genocide is the key charge U.N.
prosecutors will level against former Yugoslav president Slobodan
Milosevic on Thursday when they open a major new chapter in his
groundbreaking trial. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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YUGOSLAVIA PAVKOVIC
RTR7SKW 
July 17, 2002 
RETIRED YUGOSLAV ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF GENERAL NEBOJSA PAVKOVIC GESTURES
DURING INTERVIEW TO REUTERS IN... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
RETIRED YUGOSLAV ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF GENERAL NEBOJSA PAVKOVIC GESTURES
DURING INTERVIEW TO ... 
RETIRED YUGOSLAV ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF GENERAL NEBOJSA PAVKOVIC GESTURES
DURING INTERVIEW TO REUTERS IN BELGRADE.


Retired Yugoslav Army Chief of Staff General Nebojsa Pavkovic waves
fist during interview to Reuters in Belgrade July 17, 2002. Pavkovic
said he was ready to testify at Slobodan Milosevic's trial but added
the former president never ordered him to do anything contrary to rules
and regulations. Pavkovic also said that Yugoslav President Kostunica,
last month, had finally yielded to NATO and Western pressure to get rid
of him. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic 
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES
RTR6KWP 
June 18, 2002 
Former Serbia's state security chief and police General Rade Markovic
arrives in the southern Serbian... 
Bujanovac, Yugoslavia 
FORMER SERBIA'S STATE SECURITY CHIEF AND POLICE GENERAL RADE MARKOVIC
FILE PHOTO. 
Former Serbia's state security chief and police General Rade Markovic
arrives in the southern Serbian town of Bujanovac, on this November 28,
2000 file photo. Slobodan Milosevic's secret police chief during the
Kosovo conflict is ready to testify at the former Yugoslav president's
trial in The Hague, his lawyer said Tuesday June 18, 2002.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

REUTERS 
RTR52NW 
May 09, 2002 
French KFOR soldiers on an APC guard the bridge over the Ibar river in
the divided Kosovo town of Kosovska... 
TO GO WITH STORY BC YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO TOWN. 
French KFOR soldiers on an APC guard the bridge over the Ibar river in
the divided Kosovo town of Kosovska Mitrovica May 9, 2002. Three years
after NATO's bombing campaign it seems as divided as ever with French
soldiers armed with automatic rifles still guarding the bridge spanning
the narrow and shallow river. Serbs see northern Mitrovica as their
last stronghold in Kosovo, forming with three smaller municipalities
the only significant area where they can move around freely and travel
to Serbia proper without NATO troops escorting them. About 230,000
Serbs and members of other minorities fled Kosovo after the war in fear
of revenge attacks by ethnic Albanians angry at years of repression
under Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic, now on trial at the U.N. war
crimes court. Albanians seeking independence from Yugoslavia accuse
Serbs of wanting to partition Kosovo along the Ibar river and link
their portion to the rest of Serbia. 
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO TOWN
RTR52NP 
May 09, 2002 
An Albanian man rides a bicycle past French KFOR soldiers on an APC
guarding a bridge over the Ibar... 
Kosovska Mitrovica, Yugoslavia 
TO GO WITH STORY BC YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO TOWN. 
An Albanian man rides a bicycle past French KFOR soldiers on an APC
guarding a bridge over the Ibar river in the divided Kosovo town of
Kosovska Mitrovica May 9, 2002. Three years after NATO's bombing
campaign Kosovo seems as divided as ever with French soldiers armed
with automatic rifles still guarding the bridge spanning the narrow and
shallow river. Serbs see northern Mitrovica as their last stronghold in
Kosovo, forming with three smaller municipalities the only significant
area where they can move around freely and travel to Serbia proper
without NATO troops escorting them. About 230,000 Serbs and members of
other minorities fled Kosovo after the war in fear of revenge attacks
by ethnic Albanians angry at years of repression under Serb strongman
Slobodan Milosevic, now on trial at the U.N. war crimes court.
Albanians seeking independence from Yugoslavia accuse Serbs of wanting
to partition Kosovo along the Ibar river and link their portion to the
rest of Serbia. 
MILOSEVIC
RTR4NBD 
May 03, 2002 
Television image shows former Yugoslav president Slobadan Milosevic as
he listens to the testimony of... 
Te Hague, Netherlands 
MILOSEVIC LISTENS TO TESTIMONY OF KOSOVO PRESIDENT RUGOVA ATWAR CRIMES
TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Television image shows former Yugoslav president Slobadan Milosevic as
he listens to the testimony of Kosovo President Ibrahim Rugova (not
pictured) during his trial at the war crimes tribunal in the Hague, May
3, 2002. Rugova told the U.N war crimes court that the ex-Serb leader
unleashed a wave of violence in Kosovo in the 1990s in a bid to snuff
out calls for independence. REUTERS/Pool TV

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MILOSEVIC
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May 03, 2002 
Television image shows Kosovo President Ibrahim Rugova testifying at
the war crimes tribunal during... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
TV IMAGE OF RUGOVA TESIFYING AT MILOSEVIC TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Television image shows Kosovo President Ibrahim Rugova testifying at
the war crimes tribunal during the trial of former Yugoslav president
Slobadan Milosevic in the Hague May 3, 2002. Rugova told the trial that
Milosevic unleashed a wave of repression in Kosovo in the 1990s in a
bid to snuff out calls for independence. REUTERS/Reuters TV

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTR4NAB 
May 03, 2002 
ETHNIC ALBANIANS WATCH TELEVISION COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT RUGOVA
TESTIFYING AT MILOSEVIC'S TRIAL IN THE... 
Pristina, Yugoslavia 
ETHNIC ALBANIANS WATCH TELEVISION COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT RUGOVA
TESTIFYING AT MILOSEVIC'S TRIAL ... 
ETHNIC ALBANIANS WATCH TELEVISION COVERAGE OF PRESIDENT RUGOVA
TESTIFYING AT MILOSEVIC'S TRIAL IN THE HAGUE.


Ethnic Albanians watch live TV coverage of Kosovo's President Ibrahim
Rugova testimony at the trial of former Yugoslav president Slobodan
Milosevic before the War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague, in Pristina, May
3, 2002. The United Nations war crimes tribunal indicted Slobodan
Milosevic in May 1999, accusing him of responsibility for the mass
killings and expulsions of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. The court
charged Milosevic with crimes against humanity and violations of the
laws or customs of war and for the atrocities against ethnic Albanians
in Kosovo. REUTERS/Hazir Reka 
OJDANIC
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April 25, 2002 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (C) waves... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (C) w..... 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (C) waves to journalists at Belgrade airport April 25, 2002. Former Yugoslav army commander General Ojdanic left Belgrade for The Hague on Thursday to answer United Nations charges of committing war crimes in Kosovo under the orders of [Slobodan Milosevic. Ojdanic, the first senior Serbian figure indicted by the court to give himself up, says he will prove his innocence. A further five indictees are preparing to follow him to The Hague, where ex-president Milosevic is already on trial.] 
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES OJDANIC
RTR483S 
April 25, 2002 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect
General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (C) waves... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
INDICTED WAR CRIMES SUSPECT DRAGOLJUB OJDANIC WAVES AT BELGRADE
AIRPORT. 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect
General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (C) waves to journalists at Belgrade airport
April 25, 2002. Former Yugoslav army commander General Ojdanic left
Belgrade for The Hague on Thursday to answer United Nations charges of
committing war crimes in Kosovo under the orders of Slobodan Milosevic.
Ojdanic, the first senior Serbian figure indicted by the court to give
himself up, says he will prove his innocence. A further five indictees
are preparing to follow him to The Hague, where ex-president Milosevic
is already on trial. REUTERS/Marko Djurica REUTERS

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YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES OJDANIC
RTR483M 
April 25, 2002 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect
General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (R) passes... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
INDICTED WAR CRIMES SUSPECT DRAGOLJUB OJDANIC AT BELGRADE AIRPORT. 
Former Yugoslav army Chief of staff and indicted war crimes suspect
General Dragoljub Ojdaniac (R) passes security checks at Belgrade
airport April 25, 2002. Former Yugoslav army commander General Ojdanic
left Belgrade for The Hague on Thursday to answer United Nations
charges of committing war crimes in Kosovo under the orders of Slobodan
Milosevic. Ojdanic, the first senior Serbian figure indicted by the
court to give himself up, says he will prove his innocence. A further
five indictees are preparing to follow him to The Hague, where
ex-president Milosevic is already on trial. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

PEK/ 
YUGOSLAVIA-MARKOVIC
RTR3TZ6 
April 17, 2002 
MIRJANA MARKOVIC WIFE OF FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC
GESTURES DURING NEWS CONFERENCE... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
MIRJANA MARKOVIC WIFE OF FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC
GESTURES DURING NEWS ... 
MIRJANA MARKOVIC WIFE OF FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC
GESTURES DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN BELGRADE.


Mirjana Markovic, the leader of Yugoslav Left (JUL) and Slobodan
Milosevic's wife gestures during a news conference at the party's
headquarters in Belgrade April 17, 2002. Markovic said that Slobodan
Milosevic's trial is a battle between good and evil adding that her
husband represents everything that is good in The Hague. REUTERS/Ivan
Milutinovic 
CROATIA
RTR2BJ2 
March 08, 2002 
Izidor Skec (L) removes flesh from the remains of a human tibia under
the supervision of Simun Andelinovic... 
Croatia 
FORENSICS REMOVE FLESH FROM THE TIBIA TO GET DNA-RICH BONE SAMPLE. 
Izidor Skec (L) removes flesh from the remains of a human tibia under
the supervision of Simun Andelinovic (C), doctor of forensics, in order
to get a DNA-rich bone sample for the identification of the body found
in one of the mass graves in the Croatian eastern province of Slavonia,
Zagreb March 8, 2002. Over 600 victims of Serbian killings are being
held in this specially converted underground shelter, since Croatia s
morgues could not meet the capacity required for the identification
process - and 1400 people are still unaccounted for. Slobodan Milosevic
is currently on trial for war crimes and genocide, with charges
including the events taken place in Croatia during the 1991-1995
Serbian-Croatian War. REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan

HPO 
CROATIA
RTR2BIV 
March 08, 2002 
Croatian forensic pathologist Izidor Skec saws teeth off a human skull,
found in one of the mass graves... 
Croatia 
FORENSIC SAWS TEETH OFF A HUMAN SKULL TO GET DNA-RICH SAMPLE. 
Croatian forensic pathologist Izidor Skec saws teeth off a human skull,
found in one of the mass graves in the Croatian eastern province of
Slavonia, since teeth are the best source for DNA samples needed for
the identification process, Zagreb March 8, 2002. The skull is one from
more than 600 bodies being held in a specially converted underground
shelter, since Croatia s morgues could not meet the capacity needed -
and 1400 people are still unaccounted for. Slobodan Milosevic is
currently on trial for war crimes and genocide, with charges including
the events taken place in Croatia during the 1991-1995 Serbian-Croatian
War. REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan

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ASHDOWN
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March 05, 2002 
Sir Paddy Ashdown visits [Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan] in Zagreb on March 5, 2002. The former... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
Sir Paddy Ashdown visits [Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan] in Zagreb on March 5, 2002. The forme..... 
Sir Paddy Ashdown visits [Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan] in Zagreb on March 5, 2002. The former British politician and Bosnia's next peace envoy [Paddy Ashdown will testify against Slobodan Milosevic] next week, U.N. prosecutors said on Monday as the trial heard of fresh Kosovo "ethnic cleansing" horrors. 
CROATIA ASHDOWN
RTR26CL 
March 05, 2002 
Sir Paddy Ashdown visits Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan in Zagreb
on March 5, 2002. The former... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
PORTRAIT OF SIR PADDY ASHDOWN IN VISIT TO CROATIA. 
Sir Paddy Ashdown visits Croatian Prime Minister Ivica Racan in Zagreb
on March 5, 2002. The former British politician and Bosnia's next peace
envoy Paddy Ashdown will testify against Slobodan Milosevic next week,
U.N. prosecutors said on Monday as the trial heard of fresh Kosovo
"ethnic cleansing" horrors. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

NSO/CLH/ 
CROATIA
RTR1P6J 
February 20, 2002 
A Croatian family from Vukovar are presented with DNA test results,
confirming the positive identification... 
Croatia 
TEN YEARS LATER CROATIAN FAMILY RECEIVE CONFIRMATION OF RELATIVES
DEATH. 
A Croatian family from Vukovar are presented with DNA test results,
confirming the positive identification of the remains of their relative
who had been missing since 1991, when Yugoslav forces massacred the
ethnically Croatian population of Eastern Slavonia in Croatia, Zagreb
February 20, 2002. Slobodan Milosevic is currently on trial for war
crimes and genocide, with charges including the events taken place in
Croatia during the 1991-1995 Serbian-Croatian War. REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan
REUTERS

HPO 
MILOSEVIC
RTXL204 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal i..... 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the fourth day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war crimes trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing the 1999 exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the world. 
MILOSEVIC
RTXL203 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal i..... 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the fourth day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war crimes trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing the 1999 exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the world. 
MILOSEVIC
RTXL202 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic sits in the dock at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic sits in the dock at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The..... 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic sits in the dock at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the fourth day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war crimes trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing the 1999 exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the world. 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1INX 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is watched by a security
guard as he sits in the dock at... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC SITS IN THE DOCK NEST TO SECURITY GUARD AT WAR
CRIMES TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is watched by a security
guard as he sits in the dock at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The
Hague February 15, 2002, on the fourth day of his trial. Milosevic
returned to the offensive at his war crimes trial on Friday, accusing
his enemies of deliberately causing the 1999 exodus of Albanians from
Kosovo and then lying about it to the world. REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

FE 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1INN 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic sits in the dock at the
U.N. war crimes tribunal in The... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC SITS IN THE DOCK ON THE FOURTH DAY OF HIS WAR CRIMES
TRIAL. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic sits in the dock at the
U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the fourth
day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war crimes
trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing the 1999
exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the world.
REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

FE 
WAR CRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1ING 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at
the U.N. war crimes tribunal in... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC STUDIES DOCUMENTS AT WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at
the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the
fourth day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war
crimes trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing
the 1999 exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the
world. REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

FE 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1INA 
February 15, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at
the U.N. war crimes tribunal in... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC PREPARES HIS DEFENCE AT WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN THE
HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic studies his documents at
the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague February 15, 2002, on the
fourth day of his trial. Milosevic returned to the offensive at his war
crimes trial on Friday, accusing his enemies of deliberately causing
the 1999 exodus of Albanians from Kosovo and then lying about it to the
world. REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

FE/GB 
CROATIA MILOSEVIC
RTR1HO8 
February 14, 2002 
A Croat watches former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic's opening
defence statement in a shop in... 
Zagreb, Croatia 
CROATIAN WATCHES MILOSEVIC'S DEFENCE. 
A Croat watches former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic's opening
defence statement in a shop in Zagreb, February 14, 2002. Milosevic,
the first former head of state ever to be tried for war crimes and
genocide, started his testimony in front of The Hague Tribunal today at
the beginning of a trial expected to take two years. REUTERS/Hrvoje
Polan

HPO 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1H7I 
February 14, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for
the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC ON THE THIRD DAY OF HIS TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for
the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for
the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 14, 2002. Milosevic
launched his war crimes trial defence on Thursday by showing a
documentary which said NATO had violated international law by bombing
Yugoslavia in 1999 in response to a Serb crackdown in Kosovo.
REUTERS/Robin Utrecht/Pool

JDN/GB 
DEL PONTE
RTXL1MY 
February 13, 2002 
Chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte studies her notes on the second day [of the trial of former President... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte studies her notes on the second day [of the trial of former Preside..... 
Chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte studies her notes on the second day [of the trial of former President Slobodan Milosevic] at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. [Milosevic entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a calculated cruelty" on the] Balkans. 
MILOSEVIC
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February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his trial at... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his trial ..... 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. 
MILOSEVIC
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February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his tr..... 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. 
MILOSEVIC
RTR151RB 
February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for
the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, UK 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE
FORMER YUGOSLAVIA. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic sits defiantly in the courtroom for
the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for
the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic entered
the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

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YEAREND PICTURES
RTRALMX 
February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
YEAREND PICTURES 2002. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal
for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock eager to reject prosecution charges that he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wrecked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

PV/GB 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1GV4 
February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, UK 
MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER
YUGOSLAVIA. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal
for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

PV/GB 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1GU3 
February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, UK 
MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER
YUGOSLAVIA. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal
for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

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MILOSEVIC TRIAL
RTR1GIS 
February 13, 2002 
Prosecutor Carla del Ponte (lower L) is mobbed by the media during a
break in the second day of the... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
DEL PONTE MOBBED BY MEDIA AT MILOSEVIC TRIAL VENUE. 
Prosecutor Carla del Ponte (lower L) is mobbed by the media during a
break in the second day of the trial against Milosevic at the
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague
February 13, 2002. Slobodan Milosevic blasted the Hague war crimes
tribunal on Wednesday as part of a "lynch process" against him, in his
first comments to the court since his trial began on Tuesday.
REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

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THE HAGUE
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February 13, 2002 
Advisor to Slobodan Milosevic, Dragoslav Ognjanovic is surrounded by
the media during a break on the... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
ADVISOR OF MILOSEVIC DRAGOSLAV OGNJANOVIC IS SURROUNDED BY MEDIA. 
Advisor to Slobodan Milosevic, Dragoslav Ognjanovic is surrounded by
the media during a break on the second day of the trial against
Milosevic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Yugoslavia at The Hague, February 13, 2002. Milosevic entered the dock
Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a power-drunk
opportunist who wreaked "medieval savagery and a calculated cruelty" on
the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

WS 
RTR1GHT 
February 13, 2002 
Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) Branislav Tapuskovic is surrounded
by the media during a break on... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
AMICUS CURIAE BRANISLAV TAPUSKOVIC IS SURROUNDED BY THE MEDIA ON SECOND
DAY OF MILOSEVIC TRIAL. 
Amicus Curiae (friend of the court) Branislav Tapuskovic is surrounded
by the media during a break on the second day of trial against Slobodan
Milosevic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Yugoslavia at The Hague, The Netherlands, February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "medieval savagery and a calculated
cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

WS 
BOSNIA MILOSEVIC
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February 13, 2002 
A Bosnian woman and child walk in war-destroyed Sarajevo's suburb of
Dobrinja, February 13, 2002. Slobodan... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
WOMAN WALKS IN WAR-DESTROYED PART OF SARAJEVO. 
A Bosnian woman and child walk in war-destroyed Sarajevo's suburb of
Dobrinja, February 13, 2002. Slobodan Milosevic, the former Yugoslav
President who is accused of genocide in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war
and crimes against humanity in Kosovo and Croatia, stepped into the
dock of the Hague war crimes tribunal on Wednesday for the second day
of what is expected to be a marathon trial. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic

DS 
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
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February 13, 2002 
Ethnic Albanian elders discuss the Milosevic trial on a street in
Pristina on February 13, 2002. The... 
Pristina, Yugoslavia 
ETHNIC ALBANIAN ELDERS DISCUSSES MILOSEVIC TRIAL IN PRISTINA. 
Ethnic Albanian elders discuss the Milosevic trial on a street in
Pristina on February 13, 2002. The United Nations war crimes tribunal
indicted Slobodan Milosevic in May 1999, accusing him of responsibility
for the mass killings and expulsions of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. The
court charged Milosevic with crimes against humanity and violations of
the laws or customs of war and for the atrocities against ethnic
Albanians in Kosovo. The trial started on February 12, 2002. /REUTERS
Hazir Reka

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MILOSEVIC
RTR1FVI 
February 13, 2002 
Former president Slobodan Milosevic (C) enters the courtroom for the
second day of trial at the International... 
The Hague, UK 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR HIS WAR CRIMES TRIAL IN THE HAGUE. 
Former president Slobodan Milosevic (C) enters the courtroom for the
second day of trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the
former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic entered the
dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a power-drunk
opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a calculated cruelty"
on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

PV/GB 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1FVD 
February 13, 2002 
The prosecutors, Dirk Ryneveld (L), Carla del Ponte (C) and Geoffrey
Nice (R) prepare for the the second... 
The Hague, UK 
DIRK RYNEVELD, CARLA DEL PONTE AND GEOFFREY NICE AT INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR FORMER YUGOSLAVIA.... 
The prosecutors, Dirk Ryneveld (L), Carla del Ponte (C) and Geoffrey
Nice (R) prepare for the the second day of the trial of former
President Slobodan Milosevice at the International Criminal Tribunal
for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

PV/GB 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1FV8 
February 13, 2002 
Chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte studies her notes on the second day of
the trial of former President... 
The Hague, UK 
MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER
YUGOSLAVIA. 
Chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte studies her notes on the second day of
the trial of former President Slobodan Milosevic at the International
Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13,
2002. Milosevic entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution
charges he was a power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval
savagery and a calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul
Vreeker

PV/GB 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1FUS 
February 13, 2002 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial... 
The Hague, UK 
MILOSEVIC APPEARS FOR INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER
YUGOSLAVIA. 
Former President Slobodan Milosevic (C) sits defiantly in the courtroom
for the second day of his trial at the International Criminal Tribunal
for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague February 13, 2002. Milosevic
entered the dock Wednesday eager to reject prosecution charges he was a
power-drunk opportunist who wreaked "mediaeval savagery and a
calculated cruelty" on the Balkans. REUTERS/Paul Vreeker

PV/GB 
BOSNIA
RTXL1NK 
February 12, 2002 
A forensic expert checks lists as he walks between rows of plastic bags containing the remains of around... 
Tuzla, Bosnia 
A forensic expert checks lists as he walks between rows of plastic bags containing the remains of ar..... 
A forensic expert checks lists as he walks between rows of plastic bags containing the remains of around 3,500 dead Bosnian Moslems, most of them from the once U.N. safe zone of Srebrenica, in an identification centre at the Institute for missing persons in Tuzla February 12, 2002. [Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic went on trial in The Hague on Tuesday for alleged war crimes during the Balkan wars of the 1990s. He is charged with crimes against humanity in Croatia in 1991-92, genocide in the 1992-95 Bosnian war and crimes against humanity in Kosovo in 1999.] 
YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC TRIAL
RTR1FG6 
February 12, 2002 
Young Belgrade couple in a caffe in the city center watch a live TV
broadcast of Slobodan Milosevic's... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
YOUNG BELGRADE COUPLE WATCH THE START OF MILOSEVIC'S WAR CRIMES TRIAL
ON TV. 
Young Belgrade couple in a caffe in the city center watch a live TV
broadcast of Slobodan Milosevic's trial before the U.N. war crimes
tribunal in The Hague on February 12, 2002. Slobodan Milosevic stepped
into the dock to face the most significant war crimes trial in Europe
since the Nuremberg prosecutions of leading Nazis after the World War
Two. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

IM/ 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1ER0 
February 12, 2002 
Judge Richard May listens during the trial of Slobodan Milosevic the
former Yugoslave president at the... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
JUDGE RICHARD MAY LISTENS TO MILOSEVIC TRIAL. 
Judge Richard May listens during the trial of Slobodan Milosevic the
former Yugoslave president at the United Nations tribunal in The Hauge,
The Netherlands, in this image made from television February 12, 2002.
Slobodan Milosevic masterminded campaigns of murder, torture and
deportation across the Balkans during a bloody decade in power,
prosecutors said on Tuesday at the start of Europe's biggest war crimes
trial in half a century. As the former Yugoslav leader glowered from
across the room, they told judges from the International Criminal
Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia that Milosevic would be forced to
meet his victims face-to-face for the first time. REUTERS/ICTY

RAJ/CLH/ 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1EQQ 
February 12, 2002 
Geoffrey Nice, deputy prosecutor, addresses the court at the trial of
Slobodan Milosevic the former... 
The Hague, Netherlands 
DEPUTY PROSECUTOR GEOFFREY NICE ADDRESS MILOSEVIC TRIAL. 
Geoffrey Nice, deputy prosecutor, addresses the court at the trial of
Slobodan Milosevic the former Yugoslave president at the United Nations
tribunal in The Hauge, The Netherlands, in this image made from
television February 12, 2002. Slobodan Milosevic masterminded campaigns
of murder, torture and deportation across the Balkans during a bloody
decade in power, prosecutors said on Tuesday at the start of Europe's
biggest war crimes trial in half a century. As the former Yugoslav
leader glowered from across the room, they told judges from the
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia that
Milosevic would be forced to meet his

victims face-to-face for the first time. REUTERS/ICTY 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1EMI 
February 12, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic watches proceedings as he
appears before the U.N. war crimes... 
The Hague, UK 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC ENTERS COURTROOM IN THE HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic watches proceedings as he
appears before the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague, February 12,
2002. Milosevic stepped into the dock on Tuesday to face the most
significant war crimes trial in Europe since the Nuremberg prosecutions
of leading Nazis after World War Two. REUTERS/POOL/Fred Ernst

ON/GB/JDP 
WAR CRIME MILOSEVIC
RTR1EMB 
February 12, 2002 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic appears before the U.N. war
crimes tribunal in The Hague, February... 
The Hague, UK 
FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF HIS TRIAL IN THE
HAGUE. 
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic appears before the U.N. war
crimes tribunal in The Hague, February 12, 2002. Milosevic stepped into
the dock on Tuesday to face the most significant war crimes trial in
Europe since the Nuremberg prosecutions of leading Nazis after World
War Two. REUTERS/POOL TV

RAJ 
MILOSEVIC
RTR1EM6 
February 12, 2002 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic watches proceedings as he
appears before the U.N. war crimes... 
The Hague, UK 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC ENTERS COURTROOM IN THE HAGUE. 
Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic watches proceedings as he
appears before the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague, February 12,
2002. Milosevic stepped into the dock on Tuesday to face the most
significant war crimes trial in Europe since the Nuremberg prosecutions
of leading Nazis after World War Two. REUTERS/HO/ICTY pool

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