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KLARIC_Stjepan_img.jpg 24.03.2015   Stjepan Klaric Former Yugoslavia Croatia On trial

Stjepan Klarić is an ex prison commander and member of the Croatian army who took part in the use of physical and psychological torture and the sexual abuse of male and female  prisoners in the Kerestinec prison from late 1991 to May 1992 during the Croatian War of Independence.


Musabyimana.jpg 24.03.2015   Innocent Musabyimana Rwanda France Indicted

Innocent Musabyimana was born on 1 July 1972 in Giciye, in the former prefecture of Gisenyi, Rwanda. When the Rwandan genocide started in April 1994, Musabyimana was a student in masonry.

Musabyimana and his mother’s family were of Tutsi ethnic origin. However, because his father was Hutu,...

profile_1058.jpg 24.03.2015   Charles Ble Goude Ivory Coast République de Côte d’Ivoire Indicted

Charles Ble Goude was born on 1 January 1972 in Niagbrahio/Guiberoua (Gagnoa) in the western center from the Ivory Coast. He belonged to the Student and school confederation of Ivory Coast (FESCI) in 1990 before obtaining his baccalaureate one year later. He occupied various stations within this...

profile_1048.jpg 24.03.2015   Laurent Gbagbo Ivory Coast ICC Indicted

Laurent Gbagbo was born on 31 May 1945 in the village of Mama, near Gagnoa. A history lecturer by profession, with a doctorate from a Paris university, he became a strident opponent of Côte d'Ivoire’s founding president Felix Houphouet-Boigny. He has been married twice and has four children and...

Capture_d_e__769_cran_2013-06-25_a__768__08.19.02.png 21.03.2015   Octavien Ngenzi Rwanda France Indicted

Octavien Ngenzi was born in 1954 in Rwanda. In 1994, at the time of the Rwandan Genocide, Ngenzi was mayor of the Kabarondo district in the East of the country, and he was the local leader of the former political party, the “National Republican Movement for Development and Democracy”...

BARAHIRA_Tito_img.jpg 21.03.2015   Tito Barahira Rwanda France Indicted

Tito Barahira, was a mayor of Kabarondo Commune in Rwanda from 1977 to 1986. He held this position until Octavien Ngenzi replaced him.

During the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Barahira was the Director of Electrogaz in Kabarondo, which is a company that was granted monopoly for the...

21.03.2015   Vlastimir Golijan Former Yugoslavia Netherlands Sentenced

Vlastimir Golijan was a member of the Bosnian-Serb army’s special Sabotage Unit, which was founded by Bosnian-Serb army leader Ratko Mladic.

One of the leaders of this unit, Franc Kos, admitted during a trial against him that his unit participated in the execution of about 800 Muslim men...

PENG_Li_img.png 21.03.2015   Li Peng Tibet United States,  Spain Dismissal - lack of jurisdiction

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21.03.2015   Milan Peric Former Yugoslavia Bosnia Herzegovina Acquitted

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profile_94.jpg 19.03.2015   Ratko Mladic Former Yugoslavia ICTY (Yugoslavia) On trial

Ratko Mladic was born on 12 March 1942 in the municipality of Kalinovik, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Mladic was a career officer in the Yugoslav Peoples Army (JNA). In 1992 General Mladic joined the newly created army of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina/ Republika Srpska(VRS),...

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