Serb war crimes suspect gives no plea to UN court

By REUTERS
July 25, 2011 17:51

 
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THE HAGUE - Croatian Serb wartime leader Goran Hadzic declined to enter a plea to war crimes charges over the 1991-95 Croatian conflict in his first appearance at the UN's Yugoslavia tribunal on Monday.

Hadzic, 52, was arrested in Serbia last week and transferred to The Hague on Friday -- the last of Serbia's major war crimes suspects sought by the United Nations war crimes tribunal after the arrest in May of wartime Serb General Ratko Mladic.

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