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SERBIA-WARCRIMES/
RTR2P2OM
July 20, 2011
Goran Hadzic (L) attends a joint session of Serb Republic of Krajina's and Bosnian Serb Republic in Bosanski...
Belgrade, Serbia
File photo of Hadzic attending a joint session of Serb Republic of Krajina's and Bosnian Serb Republic...
Goran Hadzic (L) attends a joint session of Serb Republic of Krajina's and Bosnian Serb Republic in Bosanski Novi this 1993 file photo next to former Bosnian Serb leaders Biljana Plavsic (R) and Nikola Koljevic (C). Serbia's President Boris Tadic confirmed that Goran Hadzic, Serbia's last major war crimes fugitive, a Croatian Serb wartime leader indicted for crimes against humanity during the 1991-95 Croatian war, has been arrested on July 20, 2011. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
BOSNIA/
RTXQMZJ
November 12, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) talks to a priest at the Orthodox church after her...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church in Banja Luka
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) talks to a priest at the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka, the capital of Bosnia's Serb Republic November 12, 2009. Sweden released Plavsic earlier this month, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
BOSNIA/
RTXQMZG
November 12, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (2nd L) visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (2nd L) visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka, the capital of Bosnia's Serb Republic November 12, 2009. Sweden released Plavsic earlier this month, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
BOSNIA/
RTXQMZB
November 12, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka,...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka, the capital of Bosnia's Serb Republic November 12, 2009. Sweden released Plavsic earlier this month, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA POLITICS CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
BOSNIA/
RTXQMZ8
November 12, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka,...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church in Banja Luka
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka, the capital of Bosnia's Serb Republic November 12, 2009. Sweden released Plavsic earlier this month, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
BOSNIA/
RTXQMZ5
November 12, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic smiles as she visits the Orthodox church after her arrival...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic smiles as she visits the Orthodox church in Banja Luka
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic smiles as she visits the Orthodox church after her arrival in Banja Luka, the capital of Bosnia's Serb Republic November 12, 2009. Sweden released Plavsic earlier this month, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNA AND HERZEGOVINA CONFLICT POLITICS CRIME LAW)
SERBIA
RTXRUDG
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad...
Belgrade, Serbia
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said.REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
SERBIA/
RTXQ2AB
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Dodik after arriving...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said.REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: GM1E5CE1S8401
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Bosnian Serb War Criminal Plasvic Released - 27 Oct 2009
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SERBIA/
RTXQ24N
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Dodik after arriving...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SERBIA/
RTXQ24M
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) is greeted by supporters after arriving in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic is greeted by supporters after arriving in Belgrade
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) is greeted by supporters after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said. REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS)
SERBIA/
RTXQ24L
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Dodik after arriving...
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (L) smiles with Bosnia's Serb Republic Prime Minister Milorad Dodik after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said.REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SERBIA/
RTXQ24H
October 27, 2009
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic waves to supporters after arriving in Belgrade October...
Belgrade, Serbia
Former Bosnian Serb President Plavsic waves to supporters after arriving in Belgrade
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic waves to supporters after arriving in Belgrade October 27, 2009. Sweden on Tuesday released Plavsic, two-thirds into an 11-year jail term for war crimes, the Swedish prison authority said.REUTERS/Igor Pavicevic (SERBIA CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOSNIA-SERB/
RTR20IMK
July 31, 2008
Former president of Bosnian Serb Radovan Karadzic (L), former vice president Biljana Plavsic, and former...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Radovan Karadzic is seen during a meeting in Banja Luka
Former president of Bosnian Serb Radovan Karadzic (L), former vice president Biljana Plavsic, and former assembly president Momcilo Krajisnik are seen during a meeting in Banja Luka in this May 1995 file photo. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
WARCRIMES-KARADZIC/COOPERATION
RTR20EUN
July 22, 2008
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and former president Biljana Plavsic, who is in prison in...
Bosanski Samac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
File photo of former Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic and former president Plavsic attend a Bosnian Serb...
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and former president Biljana Plavsic, who is in prison in Svedeni, attend a Bosnian Serb parliament session in Bosanski Samac in this February 13, 1995 file photo. EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said on Tuesday he expected the chief U.N. war crimes prosecutor to declare Serbia in cooperation with the court after the arrest of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic/Files (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
WARCRIMES KARADZIC
RTR1EIFT
June 16, 2006
Radovan Karadzic (R) and former President Biljana Plavsic attend a parliamentary session in the Republik...
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
File photo of Karadzic and former President Plavsic at parliamentary session in Republik of Srpska
Radovan Karadzic (R) and former President Biljana Plavsic attend a parliamentary session in the Republik of Srpska in Bosanski Samac in this February 13, 1995 file photo. Pressure on Serbia to capture Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic keeps rising, but his wartime boss Karadzic seems almost forgotten. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic/Files (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BOSNIA SERB
RTRKW18
January 18, 2005
Former Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Dodik looks at a copy of the book by former Bosnian Serb President...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
Former Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Dodik looks at a copy of the book by former ...
Former Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Dodik looks at a copy of the book by former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic in Banja Luka. Milorad Dodik (background) former Bosnian Serb Prime Minister and leader of the SNSD ( Party of Independent Social Democrats) looks at a copy of the newly published book ' I Am A Witness" by former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic in Banja Luka, January 18, 2005. Plavsic, serving her sentence for war crimes, wrote her book in a Swedish prison. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic
BOSNIA SERB
RTRKW0T
January 18, 2005
Front cover of the newly published book ' I Am A Witness" by former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic....
Banja Luka, Bosnia
Front cover of the newly published book ' I Am A Witness" by former Bosnian Serb ...
Front cover of the newly published book ' I Am A Witness" by former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic. General view of the front cover of the newly published book ' I Am A Witness" by former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic in Banja Luka January 18, 2005. Plavsic, serving her sentence for war crimes, wrote her book in a Swedish prison. REUTERS/Ranko Cukovic
PLAVSIC
RTXLSXJ
February 27, 2003
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic looks on prior to the sentencing at the war crimes tribunal...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic looks on prior to the sentencing at the war crimes tri.....
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic looks on prior to the sentencing at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague February 27, 2003. Seventy two year-old Plavsic dubbed the "Iron Lady" of the Balkans faces is sentenced 11 years for a crime against humanity in one of the biggest judgments by the Hague tribunal in a decade. [The sentencing marks one of the most high profile rulings by the United Nations court since it was established by the Security Council in 1993 to prosecute and try suspected war criminals from the former Yugoslavia.]
PLAVSIC
RTXLSXI
February 27, 2003
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic sits in the court prior to sentencing at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic sits in the court prior to sentencing at the war crim.....
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic sits in the court prior to sentencing at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague February 27, 2003. The 72 year-old Plavsic dubbed the "Iron Lady" of the Balkans faces a sentence for crimes against humanity in one of the biggest judgments by the Hague tribunal in a decade.
PLAVSIC
RTXLSXH
February 27, 2003
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic prepares to sit down in the court room prior to the sentencing...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic prepares to sit down in the court room prior to the se.....
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic prepares to sit down in the court room prior to the sentencing at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague February 27, 2003. Seventytwo year-old Plavsic dubbed the "Iron Lady" of the Balkans faces sentence for a crime against humanity in one of the biggest judgments by the Hague tribunal in a decade. The sentencing marks one of the most high profile rulings by the United Nations court since it was established by the Security Council in 1993 to prosecute and try suspected war criminals from the former Yugoslavia.
BOSNIA PLAVSIC
RTRJ2F7
February 27, 2003
SARAJEVO RESIDENT WATCHES AS U.N. COURT JAILS BOSNIAN SERB OFFICIAL
BILJANA PLAVSIC TO 11 YEARS IN THE...
Sarajevo, Bosnia
SARAJEVO RESIDENT WATCHES AS U.N. COURT JAILS BOSNIAN SERB OFFICIAL
BILJANA PLAVSIC TO 11 YEARS IN ......
SARAJEVO RESIDENT WATCHES AS U.N. COURT JAILS BOSNIAN SERB OFFICIAL
BILJANA PLAVSIC TO 11 YEARS IN THE HAGUE.
BOSNIA PLAVSIC
RTRFK5C
December 18, 2002
Shoppers and shop-assistants watch the sentencing hearing of Bosnian
Serb "Iron Lady" Biljana Plavsic...
Sarajevo, Bosnia
BOSNIANS WATCH PLAVSIC SENTENCE HEARING IN SARAJEVO.
Shoppers and shop-assistants watch the sentencing hearing of Bosnian
Serb "Iron Lady" Biljana Plavsic on December 18, 2002 aired from The
Hague in a electrical store in Sarajevo. War crimes prosecutors at the
U.N. tribunal called for a 15-25 year jail term after Plavsic pleaded
guilty to a count of crimes against humanity in the Bosnian 1992-5 war.
REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic

DSS
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRFG9R
December 16, 2002
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing...
The Hague, Netherlands
EX-BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC IS PICTURED AT SENTENCING HEARING AT
U.N. TRIBUNAL IN THE HAGUE.
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing at the U.N. International Criminal
Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, in The Hague, December 16, 2002.
The former biology professor had initially pleaded innocent to multiple
counts of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes after
surrendering to the U.N. court in January 2001. Plavsic, 72, changed
her plea in October to guilty on one charge of persecution in what
lawyers said was a move "expressing her remorse fully and
unconditionally". REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

JFL/CRB
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRFG9K
December 16, 2002
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing...
The Hague, Netherlands
EX-BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC IS PICTURED AT SENTENCING HEARING AT
U.N. TRIBUNAL IN THE HAGUE.
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing at the U.N. International Criminal
Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, in The Hague, December 16, 2002.
The former biology professor had initially pleaded innocent to multiple
counts of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes after
surrendering to the U.N. court in January 2001. Plavsic, 72, changed
her plea in October to guilty on one charge of persecution in what
lawyers said was a move "expressing her remorse fully and
unconditionally". REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

JFL/CRB
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRFG92
December 16, 2002
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing...
The Hague, Netherlands
EX-BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC IS PICTURED AT SENTENCING HEARING AT
U.N. TRIBUNAL IN THE HAGUE.
Ex-Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic (R) is pictured at the
beginning of her sentencing hearing at the U.N. International Criminal
Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, in The Hague, December 16, 2002.
The former biology professor had initially pleaded innocent to multiple
counts of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes after
surrendering to the U.N. court in January 2001. Plavsic, 72, changed
her plea in October to guilty on one charge of persecution in what
lawyers said was a move "expressing her remorse fully and
unconditionally". REUTERS/Fred Ernst/Pool

JFL/CRB
BOSNIAN SERB
RTRBHB3
October 02, 2002
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic holds a three-finger
Serbian salute at a pre-election...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic holds a three-finger
Serbian salute at a pre-election meeting in Banja Luka in this November
1997 file photo. Plavsic, indicted for crimes including genocide,
changed her plea on Wednesday to guilty on one count and judges said
other charges would be dropped.

REUTERS/ Ranko Cukovic REUTERS
BOSNIAN SERB
RTRBHAC
October 02, 2002
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) sits next to Radovan
Karadjic (R), at a government...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) sits next to Radovan
Karadjic (R), at a government meeting in Sanski Most, in this February
13,1995 file photo. Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic,
indicted for crimes including genocide, changed her plea on Wednesday
to guilty on one count and judges said other charges would be dropped.

REUTERS/ Ranko Cukovic REUTERS
RTRBH6T
October 02, 2002
Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic smiles in this October 1998
file photo. Plavsic, the first...
Zagreb
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB LEADER PLAVSIC PLEADED GUILTY IN FRONT OF HAGUE
TRIBUNAL.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic smiles in this October 1998
file photo. Plavsic, the first woman publicly indicted by the Hue
Tribunal for crimes including genocide, and important key figure from
the Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague, changed her plea to
guilty on one count and judges said other charges would be dropped
October 2, 2002.

REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan
RTRBH57
October 02, 2002
Biljana Plavsic, former Bosnian Serb leader, smiles in this October
1998 file photo. Plavsic, the first...
Zagreb
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB LEADER BILJANA PLAVSIC PLEADS GUILTY IN FRONT OF
HAGUE TRIBUNAL.
Biljana Plavsic, former Bosnian Serb leader, smiles in this October
1998 file photo. Plavsic, the first woman publicly indicted by the
tribunal and the second key figure from the former Bosnian Serb
leadership to come to The Hague, changed her plea to guilty on one
count of crimes against humanity and judges said other charges would be
scrapped. REUTERS/Hrvoje Polan

HPO
BOSNIA WAR CRIMES
RTR6ICM
June 17, 2002
The U.N. war crimes court's Chief Prosecutor Carle del Ponte (C) and
President Claude Jorda (R) address...
Sarajevo, Bosnia
U.N. WAR CRIMES COURT'S DEL PONTE AND JORDA IN SARAJEVO.
The U.N. war crimes court's Chief Prosecutor Carle del Ponte (C) and
President Claude Jorda (R) address reporters June 17, 2002 after a
meeting with top Western peace overseer in Bosnia Paddy Ashdown (L).
Del Ponte, on a two-day visit to Bosnia, said NATO-led peacekeepers and
Bosnia's Serb Republic need to arrest top fugitive war crimes suspect
Radovan Karadzic, a wartime leader of Bosnian Serbs, so he can face a
joint trial in October with wartime associates Biljana Plavsic and
Momcilo Krajisnik. REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic

NXD/WS
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXKQM8
September 06, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb Premier Milorad Dodik hugs his friend and former leader Biljana Plavsic at a news...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Former Bosnian Serb Premier Milorad Dodik hugs his friend and former leader Biljana Plavsic at a new.....
Former Bosnian Serb Premier Milorad Dodik hugs his friend and former leader Biljana Plavsic at a news conference upon her arrival in Belgrade after being temporarily released from U.N. detention, September 6, 2001. Plavsic, the U.N. court's detention centre's only female prisoner who gave herself up in January, is charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws and customs of war after serving as Bosnian Serb president during the 1992-95 war.
PLAVSIC
RTXKQM7
September 06, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic cries while talking to reporters upon arrival in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic cries while talking to reporters upon arrival in Belgr.....
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic cries while talking to reporters upon arrival in Belgrade after being temporarily released from U.N. detention, September 6, 2001. Plavsic, the U.N. court's detention centre's only female prisoner who gave herself up in January, is charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws and customs of war after serving as Bosnian Serb president during the 1992-95 war.
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRMC04
September 06, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic waves to reporters upon
arriving in Belgrade after being...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC WAVES TO REPORTERS IN
BELGRADE.
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic waves to reporters upon
arriving in Belgrade after being temporarily released from U.N.
detention, September 6, 2001. Plavsic, the U.N. court's detention
centre's only female prisoner who gave herself up in January, is
charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the
laws and customs of war after serving as Bosnian Serb president during
the 1992-95 war. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

GOT/GB
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRMBZV
September 06, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb Premier Milorad Dodik hugs his friend and former
leader Biljana Plavsic at a news...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PREMIER MILORAD DODIK HUGS FORMER PRESIDENT BILJANA
PLAVSIC IN BELGRADE.
Former Bosnian Serb Premier Milorad Dodik hugs his friend and former
leader Biljana Plavsic at a news conference upon her arrival in
Belgrade after being temporarily released from U.N. detention,
September 6, 2001. Plavsic, the U.N. court's detention centre's only
female prisoner who gave herself up in January, is charged with
genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws and
customs of war after serving as Bosnian Serb president during the
1992-95 war. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

GOT/
YUGOSLAVIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRMBZJ
September 06, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic cries while talking to
reporters upon arrival in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC CRIES AT THE NEWS
CONFERENCE IN BELGRADE.
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic cries while talking to
reporters upon arrival in Belgrade after being temporarily released
from U.N. detention, September 6, 2001. Plavsic, the U.N. court's
detention centre's only female prisoner who gave herself up in January,
is charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the
laws and customs of war after serving as Bosnian Serb president during
the 1992-95 war. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

GOT/
PLAVSIC
RTXK7KB
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic wearing a golden crucifix looks on during her initial appearance...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic wearing a golden crucifix looks on during her initial .....
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic wearing a golden crucifix looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.
PLAVSIC
RTXK7KA
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crim.....
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.
PLAVSIC
RTXK7K9
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crim.....
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.
PLAVSIC
RTXK7K8
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crim.....
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRM1CT
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic won permission August 29,
2001 to be released from U.N. detention...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC APPEARS IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic won permission August 29,
2001 to be released from U.N. detention and to remain in Serbia until
her trial at the Hague war crimes tribunal. "She will be released and
she will reside in Serbia," Judge Richard May ruled after a half-hour
hearing, attended by chief U.N. prosecutor Carla Del Ponte, Serbian
Justice Minister Vladan Batic and Dutch government representatives. No
date was set for the release, but the judge said Plavsic, 71, would be
let out of custody as soon as possible after some administrative
matters had been resolved. Plavsic looks on during her initial
appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The
Hague in this January 11, 2001 file photo.

JFL/KM
BOSNIA
RTRCTJ7
January 11, 2001
Bosnian Serb priest Hrizostom (2L) and some of the members of SNS Party watch their leader on TV live...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
MEMBERS OF SNS PARTY WATCH THEIR LEADER BILJANA PLAVSIC FROM THE HAGUE.
Bosnian Serb priest Hrizostom (2L) and some of the members of SNS Party watch their leader on TV live from the Hague tribunal, in Banja Luka, Bosnia, January 11, 2001. Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic pleaded "not guilty" to war crimes including genocide at the United Nations tribunal today.

RC
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCTF1
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic wearing a golden crucifix looks on during her initial appearance...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC SEEN DURING HER INITIAL APPEARANCE IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic wearing a golden crucifix looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.

JFL
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCTEO
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC APPEARS IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal, and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.

JFL
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCTDJ
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC APPEARS IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal, and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.

JFL
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCTD7
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT BILJANA PLAVSIC APPEARS IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 11, 2001. Plavsic is the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal, and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. Plavsic pleaded not guilty to war crimes including genocide.

JFL
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLASVIC
RTRBGM6
January 11, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her
initial appearance at the war...
The Hague, Netherlands
FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT PLAVSIC APPEARS IN THE HAGUE.
Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic (L) looks on during her
initial appearance at the war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
in The Hague January 11, 2001. Former Bosnian Serb president Biljana
Plavsic, indicted for crimes including genocide, October 2, 2002
changed her plea to guilty on one count of crimes against humanity and
judges said other charges would be scrapped. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen

JFL/cmc
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCS56
January 10, 2001
General view of the headquarters of the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in...
The Hague, Netherlands
GENERAL VIEW OF INTERNATIONAL WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL FOR FORMER YUGOSLAVIA H.Q. IN THE HAGUE.
General view of the headquarters of the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague January 10, 2001. Chief prosecutor Carla Del Ponte confirmed during a press conference Wednesday that former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic surrendered today to the war crimes tribunal and will answer charges of genocide in court on January 11.

JFL/CRB
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCS4P
January 10, 2001
CHIEF PROSECUTOR FOR THE WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL DEL PONTE ANSWERS QUESTIONS AFTER A PRESSER IN THE HAGUE.


Chief...
The Hague, Netherlands
CHIEF PROSECUTOR FOR THE WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL DEL PONTE ANSWERS QUESTIONS AFTER A PRESSER IN THE ...
CHIEF PROSECUTOR FOR THE WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL DEL PONTE ANSWERS QUESTIONS AFTER A PRESSER IN THE HAGUE.


Chief prosecutor for the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte, looks on as she answers questions during a press conference at the tribunal's headquarters in The Hague January 10, 2001. Del Ponte confirmed that former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic surrendered today to the war crimes tribunal and will answer charges of genocide in court on January 11. Plavsic will become the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague. The 70-year old former biology professor Plavsic learnt that she was wanted and began negotiations with U.N. prosecutors a month ago. Plavsic was faced with the indictment, but the decision to surrender was her own as she is aware that this is the only place she can legally prove her innocence, her lawyer Krstan Simic said.
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVSIC
RTRCS4C
January 10, 2001
Chief prosecutor for the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte...
The Hague, Netherlands
CARLA DEL PONTE AND BOSNIAN SERB LAWYER SIMIC DURING PRESS CONFERENCE IN THE HAGUE.
Chief prosecutor for the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte (R) looks at Bosnian Serb lawyer Krstan Simic as they answer media questions in The Hague January 10, 2001. Simic is the lawyer for the former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic who surrendered today to the war crimes tribunal and will answer charges of genocide in court on January 11. Plavsic will become the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague.

JFL/GB
BOSNIA WARCRIMES PLAVIC
RTRCS3Z
January 10, 2001
Chief prosecutor for the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte...
The Hague, Netherlands
CHIEF PROSECUTOR FOR WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL DEL PONTE WITH BOSNIAN SERB LAWYER SIMIC IN THE HAGUE.
Chief prosecutor for the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Carla Del Ponte (L) makes her way to a press conference with Bosnian Serb lawyer Krstan Simic in The Hague January 10, 2001. Simic is the lawyer for former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic who surrendered today to the war crimes tribunal and will answer charges of genocide in court on January 11. Plavsic will become the first woman publicly indicted by the tribunal and the second leading figure from the former Bosnian Serb leadership to come to The Hague.

JFL/GB
PLAVSIC
RTXK897
January 09, 2001
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO 00 - An undated file photo taken in 2000 of former Bosnian Serb president Biljana...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO 00 - An undated file photo taken in 2000 of former Bosnian Serb president Bilja.....
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO 00 - An undated file photo taken in 2000 of former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic. Plavsic, who was one of the top Bosnian Serb figures during the 1992-5 conflict but broke ranks with hardliners in the summer of 1997, has been flown to the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague from the Bosnian Serb capital, the deputy chairman of her party said January 9, 2001.
BOSNIA PLAVSIC
RTRCQIY
January 09, 2001
Vice President Biljana Plavsic sits with ex-President Radovan Karadjic (C) and Serb army commander Ratko...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
BILJANA PLAVSIC WITH RADOVAN KARADJIC AND RATKO MLADIC IN 1995.
Vice President Biljana Plavsic sits with ex-President Radovan Karadjic (C) and Serb army commander Ratko Mladic (R) during a parliamentary meeting in Sanski Most in this April 25, 1995 file photo. Plavsic has been flown to the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague from the Bosnian Serb capital January 9, 2001.

RC
BOSNIA PLAVSIC
RTRCQEV
January 09, 2001
An undated file photo taken in 2000 of former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic. Plavsic, who was...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
FILE PHOTO OF THE FORMER BOSNIAN SERB PRESIDENT, BILJANA PLAVSIC.
An undated file photo taken in 2000 of former Bosnian Serb president Biljana Plavsic. Plavsic, who was one of the top Bosnian Serb figures during the 1992-5 conflict but broke ranks with hardliners in the summer of 1997, has been flown to the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague from the Bosnian Serb capital, the deputy chairman of her party said January 9, 2001.

RC/CRB
BOSNIA PLAVSIC
RTRCQEH
January 09, 2001
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic has been flown to the international war crimes tribunal...
Pale, Bosnia
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER PRESIDENT PLAVSIC.
Former Bosnian Serb President Biljana Plavsic has been flown to the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague from the Bosnian Serb capital, the deputy chairman of her party said January 9, 2001. Svetozar Mihajlovic told the Sarajevo-based BH press that Plavsic, who was one of the top Bosnian Serb figures during the 1992-5 conflict but broke ranks with hardliners in the summer of 1997, had left Tuesday morning. Plavsic listens during an assembly session in Pale outside Sarajevo in this July 9, 1996 file photo.

JP
PLAVSIC
RTXK4PV
November 11, 2000
Biljana Plavsic, leader of Serb Peoples Unity (SNS) party and former president of Bosnia's Serbian entity...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
Biljana Plavsic, leader of Serb Peoples Unity (SNS) party and former president of Bosnia's Serbian .....
Biljana Plavsic, leader of Serb Peoples Unity (SNS) party and former president of Bosnia's Serbian entity the Republik of Srpska, votes at polling station in center of Banja Luka November 11, 2000. Bosnians voted on Saturday in general elections that will test whether the war-scarred Balkan state is ready to follow its neighbours and break with the past.
BOSNIA SERB
RTRAMZC
November 11, 2000
Biljana Plavsic, leader of Serb Peoples Unity (SNS) party and former president of Bosnia's Serbian entity...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
EX-PRESIDENT PLAVSIC OF SERB REPUBLIC VOTES IN BANJA LUKA.
Biljana Plavsic, leader of Serb Peoples Unity (SNS) party and former president of Bosnia's Serbian entity the Republik of Srpska, votes at polling station in center of Banja Luka November 11, 2000. Bosnians voted on Saturday in general elections that will test whether the war-scarred Balkan state is ready to follow its neighbours and break with the past.

RC
BOSNIA SERB
RTRAE92
November 05, 2000
Prime Minister of Bosnia's Serb Republic Milorad Dodik speaks to over 2,000 people at a pre-election...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
BOSNIA'S PM OF SERB REPUBLIC SPEAKS ON RALLY IN BANJA LUKA.
Prime Minister of Bosnia's Serb Republic Milorad Dodik speaks to over 2,000 people at a pre-election meeting of the Serb Peoples Party (SNS), in which leader and ex-president of the republic Biljana Plavsic attended in Banja Luka on November 5, 2000. Bosnia's general election will take place November 11.

RC/CLH/
BOSNIA SERB
RTRAE8J
November 05, 2000
Prime Minister of Bosnia's Serb Republic Milorad Dodik (L) and leader of the republic's SNS Party, Biljana...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
PLAVSIC ATTENDS PRE-ELECTION RALLY OF SNS PARTY IN BANJA LUKA.
Prime Minister of Bosnia's Serb Republic Milorad Dodik (L) and leader of the republic's SNS Party, Biljana Plavsic, wave to the supporters at a pre-election meeting of Serbs Peoples Party (SNS) in Banja Luka November 5, 2000. Bosnia's general election will take place November 11.

RC/CLH/
PLAVSIC
RTXJPPF
April 08, 2000
Former President of Republic of Srpska Biljana Plavsic, now leader of the Serbian People's Alliance,...
Banja Luka, Bosnia
Former President of Republic of Srpska Biljana Plavsic, now leader of the Serbian People's Alliance,.....
Former President of Republic of Srpska Biljana Plavsic, now leader of the Serbian People's Alliance, casts her vote in Banja Luka in Bosnia's local elections April 8. Bosnians started voting in municipal elections on Saturday with the West hoping they will reject wartime nationalist parties and opt for ethnic reconcilliation following the 1992-95 conflict.
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