Vojislav Seselj

thumbnailKaradzic will still stand trial for genocide
2013-07-15The Hague tribunal's appeals chamber reverses Radovan Karadzic's acquittal on genocide charges, renewing the debate over the ICTY.
thumbnailSatire gives 'news' portals an edge and an audience
2013-01-30Websites using humour to report on politics and controversial issues have earned the respect of citizens and journalists.
thumbnailRegion mulls impact of Gotovina acquittal
2012-11-20The surprise acquittal of two former Croatian generals in The Hague raises questions on the potential impact on other trials.
thumbnailIn Brussels, Nikolic eases Europe's fears
2012-06-19Analysts give Serbia President Tomislav Nikolic high marks after his first official trip to Brussels.
thumbnailInterfaith dialogue persists despite politics
2012-06-18As the region's political leaders find grounds for disagreement, regional religious groups seek common ground.
thumbnailSerbia's Nikolic: a changed man?
2012-05-28President-elect of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic is one of the most controversial politicians in Serbia, as he has gone from an ultranationalist to a fervent advocate of European integration.
thumbnailElection, runoff stir debate in Serbia
2012-05-12Serbia's presidential election runoff is scheduled for May 20th, although the current ruling party will likely remain in power. Bloggers debate the results of the election.
thumbnailKosovo calm during Serbian election day
2012-05-07Under the management of the OSCE, Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections were organised in Kosovo.
thumbnailIn Belgrade, a new hand at the helm of the government
2012-04-16Assuming the post of acting president until the May 6th elections, Parliament Speaker Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic said she is ready for the responsibility.
thumbnailSerbian mercenaries in Libya?
2011-06-03To fight his own people, Gaddafi has reportedly enlisted foreign soldiers – and mercenaries from European countries.
thumbnailMladic supporters clash with police
2011-05-30Clashes between police and far right-wing nationalists resulted in several dozen injuries Sunday.
Hague files new contempt charges against Serbia's Seselj
2011-05-25THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- The UN war crimes tribunal announced on Tuesday (May 24th) it has filed contempt of court charges against Serbian Radic...
Trial of Serbian radical leader Seselj to continue, ICTY decides
2011-05-04THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- The UN war crimes tribunal (ICTY) has turned down a motion for acquittal filed by Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Ses...
Hague tribunal to deliver Seselj verdict in May
2011-03-25THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- The UN war crimes tribunal announced on Thursday (March 24th) it would deliver its verdict in the case of Serb Radical...
Karadzic seeks more time to study materials at Hague trial
2011-03-11THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- Bosnian Serb wartime President Radovan Karadzic on Thursday (March 10th) sought a delay of three more weeks to study th...
Serbia's Seselj seeks ICTY acquittal
2011-03-08THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- Serbian Radical Party leader Vojislav Seselj asked The Hague war crimes tribunal Monday (March 7th) to acquit him, clai...
Serbia's Seselj goes on trial for contempt of court
2011-02-22THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- The trial of Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj for contempt of court starts on Tuesday (February 22nd)...
thumbnailWill there be early elections in Serbia?
2011-02-18Bloggers discuss the likelihood of a snap vote and possible coalition scenarios.
Hague expert confirms authenticity of Mladic's diaries
2011-01-13THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- A report by an independent expert has confirmed the authenticity of Ratko Mladic's diaries, media reported on Wednesday...
Hague tribunal rejects Seselj's motion against judges
2010-11-26THE HAGUE, The Netherlands -- The UN war crimes tribunal has turned down Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj's request to disqualify t...
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