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Reporter challenges Hague court  Judges are due to consider a journalist's request not to be forced to give evidence at the international war crimes tribunal 2 war crimes suspects head for Hague  Former Yugoslav Army general Mile Mrksic and former Croatian Serb leader Milan Martic have agreed to surrender voluntarily Deadline looms for war court deal  Washington argues that American troops must be granted immunity from prosecutions by the new international court Milosevic aide flown to trial  Former Yugoslav President Lilic has flown to The Hague to appear at the war crimes trial of his successor Milosevic blood pressure halts trial  The trial of former Yugoslav president has been adjourned for a third time because of his health Milosevic denies bodies cover-up  Yugoslav ex-president said ethnic Albanians whose bodies were dumped into the Danube were not the victims of Serb troops Milosevic has heart risk - doctors
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Scientists dispute Milosevic claim British envoy grilled by Milosevic Extradition law approved Top Serb suspect 'close to death' Top Belgrade official surrenders  Former Deputy Prime Minister, Nikola Sainovic, is flying to give himself up to the war crimes tribunal Milosevic clashes with Kosovo leader
Milosevic in tribunal outburst Milosevic asks court to release him Milosevic to face single trial   Milosevic accused of 'medieval savagery'  The prosecution has accused the former Yugoslav president of being 'responsible for the worst crimes known to humankind'   Milosevic challenges court's legitimacy  Former Yugoslav president has challenged the legitimacy of the United Nations tribunal in The Hague   Milosevic blasts Nato's 'lies'  Former Yugoslav President is saying Nato had justified its bombing of Yugoslavia with an 'ocean of lies'   Milosevic wants Clinton to testify  Former Yugoslav President will call ex-US leader and other Western politicians to testify at his trial Milosevic blames West for Yugo split  Former Yugoslav President has returned to the dock to conclude his opening address First witness confronts Milosevic Milosevic challenges first witness

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  The former Yugoslav President has cross-examined Mahmut Bakalli, former Communist leader of Kosovo

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  Former Yugoslav leader has begun cross-examining Ibrahim Rugova in a feisty and antagonistic exchange

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  Doctors have found Milosevic is at risk of heart trouble and needs rest

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Aug.16     Ex-officer faces U.N. tribunal  A. Bizimungu, the head of Rwanda's armed forces during the 1994 genocide has been transferred to the U.N. tribunal Aug.21   Suspect denies genocide  Augustin Bizimungu, one of the most senior suspects facing trial for 1994 genocide, pleaded not guilty Aug.27   Serb guards accused of massacre  NATO bombing was used as a cover to shoot dead dozens of inmates Aug.28   Milosevic clashes with journalist  The ex-Yugoslav president crossed swords with BBC journalist Rowland, disputing the objectivity of the corporation

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Oct.2   Milosevic grills Croat president
  The trial has witnessed a heated exchange between the Yugoslav ex-President and the Croatian President Stjepan Mesic

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Dec.16   Serbs' 'Iron Lady' to hear fate
  Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic, 72, is facing the climax of a war crimes court case. She expresses remorse
Dec.17   Albright describes Bosnian horrors  Former U.S. Secretary of State has described the 'unimaginable' horrors of the 1992-95 war as reminiscent of World War II Dec.18   Plavsic: Lengthy sentence demanded
  Prosecutors are asking for a prison sentence of 15 to 25 years for former Bosnian Serb president

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