The chief prosecutor, Louis Arbour, has only been issued a visa for an international conference in Belgrade, but not to head a team of investigators in the Region Last week, Gabriella Kirk-McDonald, President of the Hague Tribunal, called Yugoslavia “a renegade state” and “an international delinquent” because it refused to let investigators of that Tribunal […]

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