15 May 1998Milan Simic, a Bosnian Serb accused of war crimes allegedly committed in Bosanski Samac in 1992, turned himself in to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague in mid-February. A month and a half later, in the first decision of its kind, Simic was provisionally released for health reasons […]

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