Karadžić trial continues

The trial of former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadžić continues on Wednesday before the Hague tribunal with more witness testimonies.

The prosecution’s fifth witness will be former Sky News reporter Aernhout van Lynden, after which former EU mission chief in Bosnia-Herzegovina Colm Doyle will take the stand.

Two American professors and retired British general and UNPROFOR commander Michael Rose are also on the prosecution’s witness list, as well as others.

The former justice minister in Karadžić’s government, Momčio Mandić, has also been called to testify.

He will be taking the stand for four hours, answering the questions of the prosecution and Karadžić, who is defending himself.

The prosecution gave its opening statements in October 2009, while Karadžić gave his in February of this year.

He pleaded not guilty to all charges before the Hague Tribunal, including genocide and other war crimes allegedly committed during the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Check Also

As Trump vows crackdown on ‘antifa,’ growth of right-wing extremism frustrates Europeans

The day that President Trump declared he would label the far-left “antifa” movement a domestic …