Hague prosecution demands life sentences for Serb war crimes suspects

THE HAGUE, The Netherlands

The Hague war crimes tribunal (ICTY) prosecution seeks life sentence for the Serbian cousins Milan and Sredoje Lukic, ICTY announced on Friday (May 15th). They two are charged with torturing, terrorising and killing about 150 people in attacks targeting non-Serb civilians in the area of Visegrad between 1992 and 1994 during the 1992-95 conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Milan Lukic was arrested in Argentina in August 2005, and Sredoje turned himself in September 2005.

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