Vojislav Seselj

Prosecutors ask Appeals Chamber to find Seselj guilty, sentence him to 28 years in prison

The Trial Chamber's finding that there was no widespread or systematic attack against the civilian population in Croatia or Bosnia and Herzegovina is "stunning" considering that the massive crimes...

Seselj boasts with diplomatic passport, says he's coming to Croatia

Serb Radical Party leader and Serbian lawmaker Vojislav Seselj on Tuesday boasted that he had been issued with a diplomatic passport and that he would be "coming to Zagreb soon."

ICTY urges Serbia to hand over three Radical Party officials

The trial chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the case of three associates of the accused Serbian Radical Party (SRS) leader Vojislav Seselj on...

ICTY criticises Serbia for continued glorification of war criminals

Serbia continues to glorify war criminals and is not fully cooperating with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), the Hague-based tribunal says in its latest report...

ICTY finds Seselj not guilty

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Trial Chamber on Thursday acquitted Vojislav Seselj on all counts of the indictment for war crimes in Croatia, Vojvodina and...

ICTY to deliver verdict in Seselj case on Thursday

In their closing statement made four years ago, prosecutors demanded that Seselj be found guilty and sentenced to 28 years in prison for his role in ethnic cleansing campaigns against non-Serbs in...

Croatian PM comments on Seselj case

"We all know that Serbia wants to launch (EU entry) talks so as to become the newest member. I would only say here that I am confident that Serbia will make the right decision," Oreskovic said ...

Karamarko: Croatia will react if Seselj given choice to attend sentencing

"This Seselj business is ridiculous. We are talking about a war criminal, and giving him options and choices is perverse," Karamarko told the press during a visit to the central Adriatic city of...

ICTY indictee Seselj refuses to return to The Hague voluntarily

Speaking at a SRS press conference, Seselj said that he had been served with a subpoena to appear as an accused before the High Court in Belgrade on March 10 on orders from the ICTY Appeals...

Serbia to ask for delay in Seselj verdict delivery

The Serbian government will present thorough arguments against the handover of Seselj during the election campaign, the Belgrade-based Vecernje Novosti reported, quoting sources from the state...

Seselj says won't voluntarily go to The Hague for verdict

Police Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic told Pink TV that the ICTY's behaviour was "irresponsible" and that it was a veiled "attempt to weaken Serbia's position and destabilise the government."