Latest Politics of Serbia Stories
By Mike Corder Associated Press THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic made a defiant stand before a U.N. court preparing to try him on genocide charges, refusing to enter pleas Friday and branding the tribunal a NATO proxy out to "liquidate" him.
By Noam Cohen It was not hard, in the end, to figure out that the Web site was a hoax, however tantalizing the site was for reporters eager to fill out details on the fugitive life of Radovan Karadzic, the Bosnian Serb leader reincarnated as a hippie guru of alternative healing.
Text of report by Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta, often critical of the government, on 24 July [Commentary by Boris Yunanov: "Russia's New Friends.
Text of report by Serbian pro-western Belgrade-based Radio B92 website, Belgrade, 27 July: Radovan Karadzic's brother Luka Karadzic today confirmed for B92 that an extradition appeal has been filed on Friday [25 July].
Text of report in English by Serbian pro-western Belgrade-based Radio B92 website, on 25 July Belgrade: The deadline for filing an appeal over the conditions for Radovan Karadzic's extradition expires today.
Text of report by Bosnian wide-circulation privately-owned daily Dnevni avaz, on 24 July [Report by I. Catic: "Butcher in Custody Asks Only for Water, Pills"] After Radovan Karadzic was arrested on the bus to Batajnica at 2130 hrs.
By Vesna Peric Simonjic Serbian authorities are attempting to unravel the shadowy support network that enabled the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to assume a false identity and evade capture on UN genocide charges for more than a decade.
Text of report in English by Serbian pro-western Belgrade-based Radio B92 website, on 23 July Belgrade, 23 July: B92 understands that Radovan Karadzic's ID card in the name of Dragan Dabic was issued in Ruma.
By Douglas Hamilton BELGRADE (Reuters) - Opponent
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has chosen a high-profile retired career ambassador, Frank Wisner, as envoy to U.N. talks on whether Kosovo should split from Serbia, in a that sign Washington wants to spur the negotiations, diplomats said.
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.