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    The Serbian Lawyer - How do you defend the indefensible? Available now on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/movie/the-serbian-lawyer/id983743460?uo=6 Get it on Google Plus: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Serbian_Lawyer?id=U6kfyZ_X_uQ Watch it now on: https://jman.tv/film/5317/The+Serbian+Lawyer Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://youtube.com/journeymanpictures Do those who have violated all principles of ethics and humanity still deserve protection under the law? The Serbian Lawyer has this question at its heart as it examines the ongoing impact of the Bosnian genocide, subjecting it to forensic scrutiny. This haunting documentary, focused on the personal dilemmas faced by the lawyer tasked with defending Serbian war criminal Radavan Karadzic, prese...

    published: 29 Jan 2015
  • The Serbian Lawyer (Trailer)

    How do you defend the indefensible? This haunting doc looks at the case of Serbian war criminal Radavan Karadzic, presenting a stark contrast between emotion and principle and asking: should the law's protection extend to its worst transgressors?

    published: 11 Jun 2015
  • Lawyer says Kurdish activist extradited from Serbia to Turkey

    (26 Dec 2017) Serbia has extradited a Kurdish political activist who sought asylum in Serbia after fleeing Turkey where he was sentenced to 15 years in prison, a lawyer said on Tuesday. Cevdet Ayaz was taken away on Monday afternoon from a center for foreigners where he was staying after his asylum request was rejected by Serbian authorities, lawyer Ana Trkulja told The Associated Press. Serbian police didn't immediately respond to an AP request for comment. The extradition defies recommendations by the UN Committee Against Torture, which has urged Serbia to refrain from the handover. UN committee chairman Jens Modvig posted a tweet on Monday calling on Serbia to "please be aware of your UNCAT obligations." Serbia's right-leaning government of President Aleksandar Vucic has sought to ...

    published: 31 Dec 2017
  • "Lawyer" Putin On Catalonia - West Opened the Pandora Box By Supporting Kosovo Breakaway From Serbia

    Vladimir Putin, lawyer by vocation, provides excelent legal analysis of Catalonian crisis in Spain. Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider

    published: 28 Oct 2017
  • Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

    http://oneworld.ro/2015/l/en/the-serbian-lawyer-224/ After receiving a master’s degree in computer graphics in London, Belgrade-born Aleksandar Nikolic began working in film production as sound editor for BBC and PBS documentaries and shorts. In parallel, he wrote and directed a series of shorts. He is currently working on three projects: the documentaries Either and Of Sheep and Men, as well as the feature screenplay Fear and Trembling. Other films: Glasovi (2010, short), Through Skin and Bone (2006, short). Video: http://www.veiozaarte.ro/

    published: 26 Mar 2015
  • The Serbian Lawyer (trailer) | One World Romania 2015

    Director: Aleksandar Nikolic / Germany, Serbia, Netherlands, UK, 2014 This documentary is part of ONE WORLD ROMANIA Human Rights IDFF 2015, 16–22 March, Bucharest. #kinomaidan http://www.oneworld.ro https://www.facebook.com/one.world.romania Original at: https://vimeo.com/113398261

    published: 05 Feb 2015
  • The Serbian Lawyer: Defending Radovan Karadžić - Trailer

    The Serbian Lawyer (2014) - The personal and legal ethics faced by the lawyer who defends notorious Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžić Available now on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/ai/movie/the-serbian-lawyer/id1283384076?mt=6 Watch it on Amazon Video: http://a.co/2bgoaWx Get it on Google Plus: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Serbian_Lawyer?id=U6kfyZ_X_uQ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theserbianlawyer Jman.tv: https://jman.tv/film/5317/The+Serbian+Lawyer For downloads and more information: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/6315/the-serbian-lawyer Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://youtube.com/journeymanpictures Do those who have violated all principles of ethics and humanity still deserve protection under the law? The Serbian Lawyer has this ...

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • Serbia Trademark Lawyer

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • Lawyer: Serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by Turkey

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    published: 26 Dec 2017
  • Lawyer: serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by turkey

    Thanks for watching❤! SUBSCRIBE to receive more videos for free. Lawyer: serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by turkey BELGRADE, Serbia –  A lawyer says Serbia has extradited a Kurdish political activist who sought asylum in Serbia after fleeing Turkey where he was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Ana Trkulja said Tuesday that her client Cevdet Ayaz was taken away Monday afternoon from a center for foreigners where he was staying after his asylum request was rejected by the Serbian authorities. Trkulja says Ayaz has arrived in Turkey. The extradition defies recommendations by the U.N. Committee against Torture, which has urged Serbia to refrain from the handover. U.N. committee chairman Jens Modvig on Monday called on Serbia to "please be aware of your UNCAT obligations." Serbia's ri...

    published: 26 Dec 2017
  • Slobodan Praljak commits suicide by drinking poison during ICTY decision

    At his appeal judgement at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Slobodan Praljak, 72, shouted out angrily "Praljak is not a criminal" then drank from a small brown bottle. The hearing was quickly suspended as his lawyer shouted out "my client says he has taken poison." He was later confirmed dead. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world

    published: 29 Nov 2017
  • WRAP Spokeswoman for Serbian special war crimes court, Karadzic's lawyer

    SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of war crimes court in Belgrade, where former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being held 2. Mid of Serbian flag 3. Close-up of sign outside court in Belgrade 4. Wide of policeman outside court 5. Cutaway of media 6. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Ivana Ramic, spokeswoman for Serbian special war crimes court: "The appeal still hasn't arrived at the court and as we said before the deadline to launch the appeal was on Friday at midnight. Up until the courts working hours on Friday, the appeal hasn't been launched at the courts reception. After that, by law, the appeal could have been launched by post today during the day, but as I said before the appeal still hasn't arrived. However, what I can tell you this moment is that the main post office issued a statement ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Convoy as Mladic allowed to visit daughter's grave, lawyer reax

    (31 May 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Two police vans leaving prison, one believed to be carrying war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic to the grave of his daughter 2. Wide of security outside prison entrance 3. Convoy of police vehicles believed to be escorting Mladic back to prison after visiting grave of his daughter, AUDIO: sirens 4. Wide pan of security outside prison 5. Close-up of armed man and police vehicle, pan left to other armed men 6. Wide of police vehicles outside prison 7. Wide of convoy of police vehicles driving away 8. Grave of Mladic's daughter Ana, who committed suicide in 1994 9. Various close ups of flowers thought to have been left by Mladic 10. Various close ups of candle on grave 11. Various close ups of inscription on grave stone reading (Serbian) Ana Mladic 1971-1994 ...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • WRAP Serb govt comment, lawyer, Karadzic support in Bosnia, ICTY spox

    SHOTLIST Belgrade, Serbia 1. Exterior of courthouse where Radovan Karadzic is being held Belgrade, Serbia 2. Police outside courthouse Belgrade, Serbia 3. Luka Karadzic, brother of Radovan Karadzic, at entrance of courthouse where his brother is being held, talking to Sveta Vujacic, Lawyer representing Radovan Karadzic Belgrade, Serbia 4. Wide of media gathered outside courthouse 5. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Sveta Vujacic, Lawyer representing Radovan Karadzic: "We have evidence and three witnesses who were there on the 18th (of July). Someone will have a lot of explaining to do about why they lied to us and the world public about the date of Radovan Karadzic's arrest." Belgrade, Serbia 6. Close up Luka Karadzic on his mobile phone Belgrade, Serbia 7. Protesters marching past courth...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • WRAP Serb prosecutor on arrest, STILL court, voxpops ADDS lawyer, brother

    SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION 1. Officials and prosecutor sitting down for news conference 2. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Rasim Ljajic, president of the Serbian National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal: "We were following a group of people we suspected were part of a network that was helping Karadzic. And as Mr Vukcevic said, the action started yesterday afternoon and was finished by the evening. Radovan Karadzic was using a false identity and false identifications under the name of Dragan Dabic." 3. Various of photograph of Karadzic, with beard and glasses 4. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Rasim Ljajic, president of the Serbian National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal: "He was very convincing in hiding his identity. The fact that he was working as an 'alternative medicine' ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

    1. Zdenko Tomanovic, lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic talking to media in front of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade, the capital town of Serbia. And I have also submitted my formal request to the District Court in Belgrade to provide for the wife of Mr. Milosevic, Mira Markovic, to provide, to be present during the funeral. At the same time I have submitted information and a request to the Tribunal (ICTY) and the Netherlands government to provide the possibility of Milosevic's son to pick up the r...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Back With My Boy Charles Cather | 10 Things On How Serbia Changed Me | Reaction

    You want to help me get to Serbia well here's your chance make any type of donation you can and I see you soon in Serbia! Link and share https://www.gofundme.com/4nzz9oo https://youtu.be/xw205vxZ7zQ

    published: 05 Nov 2017
  • WRAP New lawyer's comments on weapons with earlier package

    1. Exterior of prison 2. Signage of prison 3. Mira Milosevic's car being checked 4. Policeman walking with her carrying a suitcase 5. Mira Milosevic walking up steps of prison 6. Mira Milosevic walks through doors of prison 7. Exterior of prison 8. Mira Milosevic leaves prison 9. Various shots of weapons in Milosevic's personal arsenal 10. Set up of Sreten Lukic, Serbian Police Chief 11. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) Sreten Lukic, Serbian Police Chief "People from the residence (Milosevic's villa) discharged their firearms and they caused grievous bodily injuries to policeman, Sladjan Stosic and minor injuries to policemen Lazar Batic, Milan Matijevic and Ivan Simonovic. While arresting Slobodan Milosevic on the 1 April 2001, investigative judge of the District court in Belgr...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Serbian lawyer confused on how Praljak brought substance into ICTY

    (29 Nov 2017) A lawyer, who was a member of the defence team for Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, said on Wednesday he had no idea how former Bosnian Croat general, Slobodan Praljak, managed to smuggle poison into his War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague. Goran Petronijevic said that he assumed that there must have been a third person involved because security at the court was tight. "The security is strict and serious, you go through several security pods (doors). Even we as a defence team get searched, every bag, lap top, everything to detail," he said. Praljak drank from a bottle shortly after appeals judges confirmed his 20-year sentence for involvement in a campaign to drive Muslims out of a would-be Bosnian Croat ministate in Bosnia in the early 1990s. Praljak yelled in court ...

    published: 04 Dec 2017
  • WRAP New comments from UK's Cook wrapped with Mira and lawyer visiting jail

    1. Mid shot of Robin Cook and Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica photo-op 2. Mid shot of delegates seated 3. Cutaway Robin Cook 4. Set up of Robin Cook 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robin Cook, British Foreign Secretary "We want to achieve a restructuring of that debt which would be realistic and which would enable the people of Yugoslavia to build once again a prosperous economy. We want to be part of that process. We want to be partners also in stability throughout the region, starting in particular with achieving stability in the Presevo Valley and southern Serbia." 6. Cutaway of media 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robin Cook, British Foreign Secretary "A partnership, of course, must be a two way process. The international community wants to help Yugoslavia and in return Yugoslavia ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • WRAP Karadzic could be handed to tribunal this wknd, lawyer, ADDS war crimes prosec

    SHOTLIST 1. Wide of kiosk selling newspapers 2. Mid of newspapers being sorted 3. Close-up of newspaper with file photo and Tuesday's photo of former Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic 4. Tilt up from newspaper to person reading 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Karaljev, Vox Pop: "It is sad, it is sadness, it is a day of grief for Serbian people. We sold the man who created the Serbian republic, we have sold ourselves." 6. Street scene 7. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "I think it's a positive step for Serbia. I think Serbia is going to move forward." 8. Person buying newspaper at kiosk 9. Pan of Serbian newspapers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "He must have had support. A man couldn't hide himself alone that way. Someone was protecting h...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • WRAP Further reactions after Karadzic arrest ADDS lawyer

    SHOTLIST 1. Wide of kiosk selling newspapers 2. Mid of newspapers being sorted 3. Close-up of newspaper with file photo and Tuesday's photo of former Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic 4. Tilt up from newspaper to person reading 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Karaljev, Vox Pop: "It is sad, it is sadness, it is a day of grief for Serbian people. We sold the man who created the Serbian republic, we have sold ourselves." 6. Street scene 7. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "I think it's a positive step for Serbia. I think Serbia is going to move forward." 8. Person buying newspaper at kiosk 9. Pan of Serbian newspapers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "He must have had support. A man couldn't hide himself alone that way. Someone was protecting h...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • WRAP Serb minister on autopsy, Milosevic's lawyer on alleged poisoning

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    published: 30 Jul 2015
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The Serbian Lawyer - Trailer

The Serbian Lawyer - Trailer

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The Serbian Lawyer - How do you defend the indefensible? Available now on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/movie/the-serbian-lawyer/id983743460?uo=6 Get it on Google Plus: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Serbian_Lawyer?id=U6kfyZ_X_uQ Watch it now on: https://jman.tv/film/5317/The+Serbian+Lawyer Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://youtube.com/journeymanpictures Do those who have violated all principles of ethics and humanity still deserve protection under the law? The Serbian Lawyer has this question at its heart as it examines the ongoing impact of the Bosnian genocide, subjecting it to forensic scrutiny. This haunting documentary, focused on the personal dilemmas faced by the lawyer tasked with defending Serbian war criminal Radavan Karadzic, presents us with stark juxtapositions of emotion and principle, and asks us whether the protection of the law should extend to its worst transgressors. Inselfilm - Ref 6315 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.TV
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The Serbian Lawyer (Trailer)

The Serbian Lawyer (Trailer)

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How do you defend the indefensible? This haunting doc looks at the case of Serbian war criminal Radavan Karadzic, presenting a stark contrast between emotion and principle and asking: should the law's protection extend to its worst transgressors?
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Lawyer says Kurdish activist extradited from Serbia to Turkey

Lawyer says Kurdish activist extradited from Serbia to Turkey

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(26 Dec 2017) Serbia has extradited a Kurdish political activist who sought asylum in Serbia after fleeing Turkey where he was sentenced to 15 years in prison, a lawyer said on Tuesday. Cevdet Ayaz was taken away on Monday afternoon from a center for foreigners where he was staying after his asylum request was rejected by Serbian authorities, lawyer Ana Trkulja told The Associated Press. Serbian police didn't immediately respond to an AP request for comment. The extradition defies recommendations by the UN Committee Against Torture, which has urged Serbia to refrain from the handover. UN committee chairman Jens Modvig posted a tweet on Monday calling on Serbia to "please be aware of your UNCAT obligations." Serbia's right-leaning government of President Aleksandar Vucic has sought to boost ties with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who visited the Balkan country in October. Ayaz was convicted in Turkey of violating the country's constitutional order. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8c76791a1e4715b0401f14ddc929bc30 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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"Lawyer" Putin On Catalonia - West Opened the Pandora Box By Supporting Kosovo Breakaway From Serbia

"Lawyer" Putin On Catalonia - West Opened the Pandora Box By Supporting Kosovo Breakaway From Serbia

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Vladimir Putin, lawyer by vocation, provides excelent legal analysis of Catalonian crisis in Spain. Join and subscribe by clicking on the 'bell' notification https://www.youtube.com/user/RussiaInsiderTV Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
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Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

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http://oneworld.ro/2015/l/en/the-serbian-lawyer-224/ After receiving a master’s degree in computer graphics in London, Belgrade-born Aleksandar Nikolic began working in film production as sound editor for BBC and PBS documentaries and shorts. In parallel, he wrote and directed a series of shorts. He is currently working on three projects: the documentaries Either and Of Sheep and Men, as well as the feature screenplay Fear and Trembling. Other films: Glasovi (2010, short), Through Skin and Bone (2006, short). Video: http://www.veiozaarte.ro/
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The Serbian Lawyer (trailer) | One World Romania 2015

The Serbian Lawyer (trailer) | One World Romania 2015

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Director: Aleksandar Nikolic / Germany, Serbia, Netherlands, UK, 2014 This documentary is part of ONE WORLD ROMANIA Human Rights IDFF 2015, 16–22 March, Bucharest. #kinomaidan http://www.oneworld.ro https://www.facebook.com/one.world.romania Original at: https://vimeo.com/113398261
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The Serbian Lawyer: Defending Radovan Karadžić - Trailer

The Serbian Lawyer: Defending Radovan Karadžić - Trailer

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The Serbian Lawyer (2014) - The personal and legal ethics faced by the lawyer who defends notorious Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadžić Available now on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/ai/movie/the-serbian-lawyer/id1283384076?mt=6 Watch it on Amazon Video: http://a.co/2bgoaWx Get it on Google Plus: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_Serbian_Lawyer?id=U6kfyZ_X_uQ Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theserbianlawyer Jman.tv: https://jman.tv/film/5317/The+Serbian+Lawyer For downloads and more information: https://www.journeyman.tv/film/6315/the-serbian-lawyer Subscribe to Journeyman for daily uploads: http://youtube.com/journeymanpictures Do those who have violated all principles of ethics and humanity still deserve protection under the law? The Serbian Lawyer has this question at its heart as it examines the ongoing impact of the Bosnian genocide, subjecting it to forensic scrutiny. This haunting documentary, focused on the personal dilemmas faced by the lawyer tasked with defending Serbian war criminal Radavan Karadzic, presents us with stark juxtapositions of emotion and principle, and asks us whether the protection of the law should extend to its worst transgressors. Inselfilm - Ref 6315 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.TV
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Serbia Trademark Lawyer

Serbia Trademark Lawyer

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Lawyer: Serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by Turkey

Lawyer: Serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by Turkey

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Lawyer: serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by turkey

Lawyer: serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by turkey

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Thanks for watching❤! SUBSCRIBE to receive more videos for free. Lawyer: serbia hands over asylum-seeker sought by turkey BELGRADE, Serbia –  A lawyer says Serbia has extradited a Kurdish political activist who sought asylum in Serbia after fleeing Turkey where he was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Ana Trkulja said Tuesday that her client Cevdet Ayaz was taken away Monday afternoon from a center for foreigners where he was staying after his asylum request was rejected by the Serbian authorities. Trkulja says Ayaz has arrived in Turkey. The extradition defies recommendations by the U.N. Committee against Torture, which has urged Serbia to refrain from the handover. U.N. committee chairman Jens Modvig on Monday called on Serbia to "please be aware of your UNCAT obligations." Serbia's right-leaning government of President Aleksandar Vucic has sought to boost ties with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who visited the Balkan country in October.
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Slobodan Praljak commits suicide by drinking poison during ICTY decision

Slobodan Praljak commits suicide by drinking poison during ICTY decision

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At his appeal judgement at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Slobodan Praljak, 72, shouted out angrily "Praljak is not a criminal" then drank from a small brown bottle. The hearing was quickly suspended as his lawyer shouted out "my client says he has taken poison." He was later confirmed dead. Subscribe: http://trt.world/subscribe Livestream: http://trt.world/ytlive Facebook: http://trt.world/facebook Twitter: http://trt.world/twitter Instagram: http://trt.world/instagram Visit our website: http://trt.world
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WRAP Spokeswoman for Serbian special war crimes court, Karadzic's lawyer

WRAP Spokeswoman for Serbian special war crimes court, Karadzic's lawyer

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of war crimes court in Belgrade, where former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being held 2. Mid of Serbian flag 3. Close-up of sign outside court in Belgrade 4. Wide of policeman outside court 5. Cutaway of media 6. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Ivana Ramic, spokeswoman for Serbian special war crimes court: "The appeal still hasn't arrived at the court and as we said before the deadline to launch the appeal was on Friday at midnight. Up until the courts working hours on Friday, the appeal hasn't been launched at the courts reception. After that, by law, the appeal could have been launched by post today during the day, but as I said before the appeal still hasn't arrived. However, what I can tell you this moment is that the main post office issued a statement to the court that all the post was distributed in the morning hours and that the appeal wasn't among that post." (Question: How long does the court have to wait for the appeal?) "There isn't an official deadline for how long the court has to wait, I assume there is a reasonable amount of time, however it is all at the court's discretion." 7. Media dispersing after briefing 8. Exterior of court 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian): Svetozar Vujacic, Karadzic's Lawyer: "I expect that he won't be extradited to the Hague today as Prosecutor Vukcevic announced. You realised that it didn't happen during the weekend as court spokesmen Bruno Vekaric announced, so we will see." (Reporter Q: "When do you expect him to be extradited?") "I expect he will remain here for the next three or four days." 10. Vujacic leaving STORYLINE The spokeswoman for the Serbian special war crimes court dealing with the case of former Bosnian Serb leader and war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic told reporters Monday that his appeal had not arrived by early afternoon. "The appeal still hasn't arrived at the court and as we said before the deadline to launch the appeal was on Friday at midnight," said Ivana Ramic. Ramic told reporters although the appeal could have been posted, Belgrade's post office had told the special court the appeal was not in the mail distributed by the post office that morning. She said the court has discretion to decide for how long it will wait for the appeal to arrive. "There isn't an official deadline for how long the court has to wait, I assume there is a reasonable amount of time, however it is all at the court's discretion," Ramic added. Karadzic's lawyer, Svetozar Vujacic had previously said he mailed the appeal at the last possible moment late on Friday, trying to delay Karadzic's extradition to the United Nations (UN) war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, until after an anti-government rally planned for Tuesday. On Monday he told reporters that he expected his client would not be extradited to the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague for another "three or four days." "I expect that he won't be extradited to the Hague today as Prosecutor Vukcevic announced. You realised that it didn't happen during the weekend as court spokesmen Bruno Vekaric announced, so we will see," Svetozar Vujacic told reporters. Vujacic predicted the government would try to whisk the arrested war crimes suspect off to the UN tribunal before huge anti-government rally by Karadzic's ultranational supporters in Serbia's capital Tuesday evening. Rally organisers of the right-wing Serbian Radical Party - plan to bus Karadzic's supporters from all over Serbia and Bosnia. Belgrade was rife with fears that there could be violence in the streets on Tuesday and that the ultranationalists plan to prevent the extradition of the ex-Bosnian Serb leader by force. Karadzic's 11-count indictment was last amended on May 31, 2000. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/491435dbe4a83e4a6c91ec7a3e1825e0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Convoy as Mladic allowed to visit daughter's grave, lawyer reax

Convoy as Mladic allowed to visit daughter's grave, lawyer reax

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(31 May 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Two police vans leaving prison, one believed to be carrying war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic to the grave of his daughter 2. Wide of security outside prison entrance 3. Convoy of police vehicles believed to be escorting Mladic back to prison after visiting grave of his daughter, AUDIO: sirens 4. Wide pan of security outside prison 5. Close-up of armed man and police vehicle, pan left to other armed men 6. Wide of police vehicles outside prison 7. Wide of convoy of police vehicles driving away 8. Grave of Mladic's daughter Ana, who committed suicide in 1994 9. Various close ups of flowers thought to have been left by Mladic 10. Various close ups of candle on grave 11. Various close ups of inscription on grave stone reading (Serbian) Ana Mladic 1971-1994 12. Wide of grave 13. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Milos Saljic, Mladic's lawyer: "It (the appeal) has not arrived yet. It is on its way. The appeal is on its way." 14. Wide of courthouse 15. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Milos Saljic, Mladic's lawyer: "The investigative judge informed me that he (Mladic) visited the grave (of his daughter) in the early hours of this morning because of security reasons, and that Mladic was very satisfied with that. We did not discuss any other topics except about the visits he will have today." 16. Wide of car entering prison grounds 17. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Milos Saljic, Mladic's lawyer: "I did not get the answer to that (whether an international team of doctors will be allowed to examine Mladic) but this morning I submitted to the investigative judge a newly found medical report that could significantly change the whole situation. I cannot talk about that report at the moment, but it refers to a period from two years ago where a serious illness was confirmed. During the day, the investigative judge will undertake the necessary measures to validate it since it was obtained anonymously but from very well-informed sources without saying who provided it or how." 18. Police van outside parked outside prison STORYLINE War crime suspect Ratko Mladic was allowed out of his cell to visit the grave of his daughter on Tuesday morning, just hours before judges rejected an appeal to stop his extradition to a UN tribunal, Serbia's chief war crimes prosecutor said. The former Bosnian Serb commander will be extradited to The Hague, Netherlands "as soon as possible," Serbia's deputy war crimes prosecutor, Vladimir Vukcevik told The Associated Press. The timing of Mladic's extradition depends on when the Serbian justice minister signs an extradition order, but that is expected to be done quickly, paving the way for his immediate hand-over. Mladic is charged at the tribunal for atrocities committed by his Serb troops during the Bosnia's 1992-5 war, including the notorious Srebrenica massacre that left eight-thousand Muslim men and boys dead. Earlier Tuesday, Mladic was briefly released from the jail cell, travelling in a secret high-security convoy to a suburban cemetery where he left a lone candle for the daughter who killed herself during Bosnia's bloody ethnic war. The 69-year-old former Bosnian Serb general accused of some of the worst horrors of the 1992-5 war was accompanied by a convoy of several armoured vehicles on a swift and quiet trip, deputy chief prosecutor Bruno Vekaric said.. At the black marble grave, Mladic left a lit candle and a small white bouquet of flowers with a red rose in the middle. Mladic's daughter Ana committed suicide in 1994 at the age of 23 with her father's pistol. Media reports at the time said she did it because of depression caused by her father's role in the war. The former Bosnian Serb general has always claimed she was killed by his wartime enemies. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/01b7c41c3f9ad23958045be1f512d541 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Serb govt comment, lawyer, Karadzic support in Bosnia, ICTY spox

WRAP Serb govt comment, lawyer, Karadzic support in Bosnia, ICTY spox

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SHOTLIST Belgrade, Serbia 1. Exterior of courthouse where Radovan Karadzic is being held Belgrade, Serbia 2. Police outside courthouse Belgrade, Serbia 3. Luka Karadzic, brother of Radovan Karadzic, at entrance of courthouse where his brother is being held, talking to Sveta Vujacic, Lawyer representing Radovan Karadzic Belgrade, Serbia 4. Wide of media gathered outside courthouse 5. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Sveta Vujacic, Lawyer representing Radovan Karadzic: "We have evidence and three witnesses who were there on the 18th (of July). Someone will have a lot of explaining to do about why they lied to us and the world public about the date of Radovan Karadzic's arrest." Belgrade, Serbia 6. Close up Luka Karadzic on his mobile phone Belgrade, Serbia 7. Protesters marching past courthouse, clapping and chanting pro-Karadzic slogans Belgrade, Serbia 8. Wide shot exterior government building 9. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Oliver Dulic, Serbian Minister of Environment and Planning: "Today in the government session there was no discussion about Karadzic's arrest. That case is being dealt with by the official state bodies which has to deal with this matter in accordance with domestic and international law." 10. Serbian flag on government building Visegrad, Bosnia 11. Wide shot street 12. Posters of Ratko Mladic and Karadzic in window of cafe, with text reading (Serbian) "These are our heroes." 13. Posters of Mladic and Karadzic in window of another building, pan right to street The Hague, Netherlands 14. Wide shot of ICTY court 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Olga Kavran, spokesperson for the ICTY prosecutor: "Well, it would mean that he would come a couple of days later, that's all. Instead of arriving on the weekend, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday, but we really can't speculate at this time because we're just waiting for the Belgrade authorities to inform us." 16. Exterior of prison where Karadzic will be held STORYLINE The lawyer representing Radovan Karadzic on Thursday insisted the former wartime Bosnian Serb leader was captured last week and not on Monday as reported by the authorities. "We have evidence and three witnesses who were there on the 18th (of July). Someone will have a lot of explaining to do about why they lied to us and the world public about the date of Radovan Karadzic's arrest," he told AP Television, speaking outside the courthouse in Belgrade where Karadzic was being held. Serbian officials say Karadzic was captured in Belgrade on Monday and is awaiting extradition to the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands. Vujacic, however, insisted his client was captured last Friday on a public bus in a Belgrade suburb, then was hooded and transferred to an unknown location where he was kept for three days. He said later he had filed a lawsuit against the alleged kidnappers, as instructed by Karadzic - a move seen as an attempt to postpone Karadzic's extradition to The Hague for as long as possible. While most have welcomed Karadzic's arrest, it has also re-awakened Serb nationalist feelings of those loyal to the former Bosnian Serb leader, and a group of nationalist demonstrators marched past the courthouse to show their support. Officials at the UN war crimes court in The Hague said on Thursday they do not know when Karadzic will be transferred to their detention unit or when his landmark trial will begin. Karadzic cannot be flown to The Hague until a Belgrade court has considered the appeal that, according to his lawyer, he will lodge against the extradition. Meanwhile, authorities were investigating who may have helped Karadzic assume the false identity that allowed him elude capture on United Nations genocide charges for more than a decade. An estimated 10-thousand people died. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b49dbaa3b25bef79844e4398fc240ff6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Serb prosecutor on arrest, STILL court, voxpops ADDS lawyer, brother

WRAP Serb prosecutor on arrest, STILL court, voxpops ADDS lawyer, brother

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SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION 1. Officials and prosecutor sitting down for news conference 2. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Rasim Ljajic, president of the Serbian National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal: "We were following a group of people we suspected were part of a network that was helping Karadzic. And as Mr Vukcevic said, the action started yesterday afternoon and was finished by the evening. Radovan Karadzic was using a false identity and false identifications under the name of Dragan Dabic." 3. Various of photograph of Karadzic, with beard and glasses 4. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Rasim Ljajic, president of the Serbian National Council for Cooperation with the Hague Tribunal: "He was very convincing in hiding his identity. The fact that he was working as an 'alternative medicine' doctor proves it. That is how he made a living - working in a private clinic. His last known address was in New Belgrade." 5. Ljajic holding up picture of Karadzic, passes to Serbian war crimes prosecutor, Vladimir Vukcevic 6. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Vladimir Vukcevic, Serbian war crimes prosecutor: "The procedure now is as follows: the investigating judge has three days to decide if the conditions for Karadzic's extradition to the Hague are fulfilled. Then Karadzic has three days to appeal and the Court has three days again to decide about the appeal. As far as I know, the investigating judge has already ordered Karadzic's transfer to UN war crimes court." 7. Officials standing up to leave news conference, holding photograph of Karadzic 8. Close-up of person holding up picture of Karadzic for media AP TELEVISION 9. Wide security outside tribunal building where former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is being held 10. Various of security nearby AP TELEVISION 11. Various of Karadzic's lawyer, Sveta Vujacic and brother, Luka Karadzic standing outside building 12. SOUNDBITE (Serbian): Sveta Vujacic, Karadzic's lawyer: "I want to add that I will appeal against the the decision of the investigating judge that all the conditions for Karadzic's extradition to the Hague tribunal are fulfilled. I do not think they will accept my appeal but I want to distract their plans to extradite him today or tomorrow. I'll use the legal opportunity to appeal on the last possible day, which is Friday. Radovan is feeling great, he is much calmer than I am, he is healthy". 13. Cutaway Luka Karadzic 14. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Luka Karadzic, brother of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic: "I can even tell he is full of optimism, he knows how guilty or not guilty he is - although you can not trust the Hague tribunal. He doesn't trust it, he doesn't recognise it, but there is nothing he can do. The indictment is handed to him." 15. Luka Karadzic outside the building AP TELEVISION 16. Wide shot of street scene 17. SOUNDBITE (Serbian): Vox Pop (name not given): "I do not want to comment. This is a catastrophe, what our government is doing." 18. SOUNDBITE (Serbian): Vox Pop (name not given): "This is the end of the Serbian nation. Serbia was finished a long time ago." 19. People buying newspapers at newspaper stand 20. Newspaper front page with photo of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and headline, reading (Serbian): "Karadzic arrested" 21. Various of newspapers with front page stories about Karadzic arrest STORYLINE Arrested war crimes fugitive Radovan Karadzic grew a long, white beard to conceal his identity and even managed to openly practice alternative medicine while in hiding, officials said on Tuesday in revealing the details of his capture after a decade on the run. Karadzic, the wartime leader of Bosnian Serbs, was arrested on Monday night in a Belgrade suburb, officials said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/22f92d9f7bd6297feb54aaf0e3fd9074 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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"Accents" | Russell Peters

"Accents" | Russell Peters

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Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

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1. Zdenko Tomanovic, lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic talking to media in front of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade, the capital town of Serbia. And I have also submitted my formal request to the District Court in Belgrade to provide for the wife of Mr. Milosevic, Mira Markovic, to provide, to be present during the funeral. At the same time I have submitted information and a request to the Tribunal (ICTY) and the Netherlands government to provide the possibility of Milosevic's son to pick up the remains of Mr. Milosevic. He will come from Moscow to the Hague as soon as possible, I believe today or tomorrow early in the morning." 3. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "We are now faced with numerous unanswered questions and issues. Unfortunately they didn't believe him, just like they did not believe the doctors from France, Russia and Serbia who had requested a recess from the hearings of Mr. Milosevic. One issue is whether Milosevic's claims that he was being poisoned was justified or not. Furthermore another issue is whether we can find reliable proof of the long lasting systematic damage to his health. But in any case the central issue is whether or not Mr. Milosevic had been receiving appropriate medical treatment." 5. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic (Reporter asking whether he believes reports that Milosevic had taken drugs in order to get to Moscow) "I believe that a leader of doctors...pathologists will address tomorrow all journalists with his analysis and his whole documentation and we will see what is the final result of the doctor from Russia. Thank you very much for understanding." 7. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute STORYLINE: The lawyer of Slobodan Milosevic has made a request to the Serbian authorities for the burial of the former Yugoslav leader to take place in Belgrade according to the wishes of the family. "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade," Zdenko Tomanovic told reporters at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague, where Milosevic had been on trial for more than four years for his role in the Balkan wars of the 1990s. But it is unclear if Serb authorities will approve of the planned burial which could provoke tumultuous scenes in the republic Milosevic ruled for 13 years. Tomanovic also claimed Milosevic's remains will be collected by his son Marko either Monday or Tuesday, even though authorities in Belgrade have issued an international arrest warrant for Marko. The Dutch Foreign Ministry later said Marko Milosevic had applied for a visa at the Netherlands' embassy in Moscow to claim his father's remains. Marko Milosevic said Monday his family will consider asking Russian authorities for their father's body to be temporarily interred in Moscow, until a funeral could be held in the Yugoslav capital Belgrade. Milosevic's widow, Mirjana Markovic, originally had said she wanted the funeral to be held in Moscow, where she lives in self-imposed exile, since she is wanted by Serb authorities and would face being arrested if she went to Serbia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1cf96afe56d5e0c8f91936d8983f057d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Back With My Boy Charles Cather  | 10 Things On How Serbia Changed Me | Reaction

Back With My Boy Charles Cather | 10 Things On How Serbia Changed Me | Reaction

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WRAP New lawyer's comments on weapons with earlier package

WRAP New lawyer's comments on weapons with earlier package

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1. Exterior of prison 2. Signage of prison 3. Mira Milosevic's car being checked 4. Policeman walking with her carrying a suitcase 5. Mira Milosevic walking up steps of prison 6. Mira Milosevic walks through doors of prison 7. Exterior of prison 8. Mira Milosevic leaves prison 9. Various shots of weapons in Milosevic's personal arsenal 10. Set up of Sreten Lukic, Serbian Police Chief 11. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) Sreten Lukic, Serbian Police Chief "People from the residence (Milosevic's villa) discharged their firearms and they caused grievous bodily injuries to policeman, Sladjan Stosic and minor injuries to policemen Lazar Batic, Milan Matijevic and Ivan Simonovic. While arresting Slobodan Milosevic on the 1 April 2001, investigative judge of the District court in Belgrade, Mr Nebojsa Zivkovic, in the presence of the Deputy of the District Attorney, Sinisa Simic, and with participation of the anti-criminal squad of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, they officially opened the case (against Slobodan Milosevic)." 12. Toma Fila, Milosevic's lawyer in office 13. SOUNDBITE: (Serbo-Croat) Toma Fila, Milosevic's lawyer "They have explained to me that they have found three pistols with Marija (Milosevic's daughter) and that's why she has been questioned today I haven't seen those weapons but if there was an army there (in the compound) then those weapons were there even before, and then they could belong to Yugoslav army chief-of-staff, General Nebojsa Pavkovic. Pavkovic must bring the inventory list and then we shall see whether they are Milosevics or Pavkovic's" 14. Cameras filming Fila 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vuk Draskovic, leader of the Serbian Renewal Movement "It's good that Milosevic is arrested but the fact that he is charged only for the corruption and he is not charged at all for the atrocities, war atrocities in Bosnia, Croatia and Serbia and the fact he is not charged with assassinations that he organised against political opponents and citizens of Serbia means insulting of the system of justice and I cannot understand that." 16. Pan across prison in Belgrade STORYLINE: Slobodan Milosevic's wife paid a visit to him on Monday taking belongings to her husband as he begins a 30 day custodial sentence. Police charged Slobodan Milosevic with inciting his bodyguards to shoot at officers trying to arrest him, a senior law enforcement official said on Monday, a day after authorities seized a vast cache of weapons from the former president's mansion. This was stated by Lt-General Sreten Lukic, from the Serbian Ministry of the Interior at the news conference held today in Belgrade. Lukic also said that Ms. Marija Milosevic, the daughter of Slobodan Milosevic would also be indicted for grounded suspicion that she had fired weapons. A "paraffin glove" was used to determine whether Marija Milosevic has discharged a weapon and tests showed traces of powder on her hand. According to Lukic's words, a large quantity of weapons was found in the residence in 11 Uzicka street, including missile launchers, bombs, automatic rifles, guns, sniper guns, shock bombs and tear gas. Milosevic was arrested early on Sunday on suspicion of abuse of power and corruption, which carries a maximum five years in prison on conviction. If charged and convicted for inciting his bodyguards, he could be jailed for an additional 15 years. More serious charges could be raised in the months ahead, possibly including involvement in political assassinations during his 13-year rule. Milosevic, in jail after surrendering before dawn on Sunday to end a 26-hour armed standoff, maintained his innocence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/694d77c97155ce911fb7cab3897c4a0e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Serbian lawyer confused on how Praljak brought substance into ICTY

Serbian lawyer confused on how Praljak brought substance into ICTY

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(29 Nov 2017) A lawyer, who was a member of the defence team for Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, said on Wednesday he had no idea how former Bosnian Croat general, Slobodan Praljak, managed to smuggle poison into his War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague. Goran Petronijevic said that he assumed that there must have been a third person involved because security at the court was tight. "The security is strict and serious, you go through several security pods (doors). Even we as a defence team get searched, every bag, lap top, everything to detail," he said. Praljak drank from a bottle shortly after appeals judges confirmed his 20-year sentence for involvement in a campaign to drive Muslims out of a would-be Bosnian Croat ministate in Bosnia in the early 1990s. Praljak yelled in court that he had taken poison. The tribunal did not elaborate on the nature of the liquid he drank. Petronijevic said that it could have been possible to smuggle a plastic bottle through the scanner, but he said glass would have been picked up by the scanner. Dutch authorities have now launched an investigation into his death. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dca496797cf898f085c3fce3800a5910 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP New comments from UK's Cook wrapped with Mira and lawyer visiting jail

WRAP New comments from UK's Cook wrapped with Mira and lawyer visiting jail

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1. Mid shot of Robin Cook and Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica photo-op 2. Mid shot of delegates seated 3. Cutaway Robin Cook 4. Set up of Robin Cook 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robin Cook, British Foreign Secretary "We want to achieve a restructuring of that debt which would be realistic and which would enable the people of Yugoslavia to build once again a prosperous economy. We want to be part of that process. We want to be partners also in stability throughout the region, starting in particular with achieving stability in the Presevo Valley and southern Serbia." 6. Cutaway of media 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Robin Cook, British Foreign Secretary "A partnership, of course, must be a two way process. The international community wants to help Yugoslavia and in return Yugoslavia must help the international community. When I met President Kostunica earlier today, I welcomed the arrest of ex-President Milosevic and I welcomed in particular President Kostunica's statement that no one is above the law. There is an international law as well. It is vital that ex-President Milosevic is not above that international law either. I welcome that the people of Yugoslavia will now have an opportunity to hear in full the crimes committed by ex-President Milosevic against the people of Serbia, how he made himself rich while he made the people poor. But at the end of that process he must also stand trial for the offences he's committed against other people of the region." 8. Mid shot of Toma Fila, solicitor to Slobodan Milosevic, exiting prison and chatting with media 9. Mid shot of Mira Markovic, wife of Slobodan Milosevic, and Toma Fila and prison exterior 10. Long shot of Mira Markovic entering prison to visit Slobodan Milosevic STORYLINE: British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook met in Belgrade on Wednesday with Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica to discuss the arrest and of Slobodan Milosevic and the economic reconstruction of Serbia. Cook reiterated the need for Milosevic to be tried for war crimes at the U-N tribunal in the Hague but is expected to accede to Belgrade's demands that the former Yugoslav President must first face trial in Serbia where he is accused of corruption and other charges. Kostunica has ruled out sending Milosevic to The Hague anytime soon, saying the issue was not a priority. Mr Cook said he had come not to threaten or put pressure on Serbia, but he suggested that future Western aid would be dependent on a satisfactory resolution of the Milosevic affair. Speaking after his meeting, Mr. Cook said he looked forward to forging a partnership with the new regime in order to help Yugoslavia rebuild its economy. The United States agreed on Monday to free up 50-million dollars in loans to Yugoslavia after the country arrested Mr Milosevic. Mr Kostunica said, however, that money was only a fraction of what it would take to replace the billion of dollars of damage sustained during the 1999 air strikes. Milosevic was indicted by The Hague court for atrocities committed by Serb troops against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. Many Serbs distrust the tribunal, claiming it is biased against them because it never indicted leaders of Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo for atrocities against Serbs during the Balkan wars of the last decade. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9c81a4387dcaf01718210cadeeba379e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Karadzic could be handed to tribunal this wknd, lawyer, ADDS war crimes prosec

WRAP Karadzic could be handed to tribunal this wknd, lawyer, ADDS war crimes prosec

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of kiosk selling newspapers 2. Mid of newspapers being sorted 3. Close-up of newspaper with file photo and Tuesday's photo of former Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic 4. Tilt up from newspaper to person reading 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Karaljev, Vox Pop: "It is sad, it is sadness, it is a day of grief for Serbian people. We sold the man who created the Serbian republic, we have sold ourselves." 6. Street scene 7. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "I think it's a positive step for Serbia. I think Serbia is going to move forward." 8. Person buying newspaper at kiosk 9. Pan of Serbian newspapers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "He must have had support. A man couldn't hide himself alone that way. Someone was protecting him, but certainly those who were protecting him betrayed him." 11. Serbian alternative medicine magazine to which Karadzic was a regular contributor 12. Close-up July-August edition of magazine with title reading: (Serbian) "Healthy Life" 13. Pan of magazine headquarters 14. Wide of tribunal building where Karadzic is being held 15. Mid of police vehicle and policemen outside 16. Close-up of windows 17. Set up of Karadzic's lawyer Sveta Vujcic outside tribunal building 18. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Sveta Vujcic, Radovan Karadzic's lawyer "He was introducing himself as Dragan Dabic, he had a Dragan Dabic ID, so people that were around him for the last two or three years didn't have a clue that they were talking to or were in the company of Radovan Karadzic. That is the reason he does not believe it possible that one of those people gave him up." 19. Vujcic walking towards tribunal building 20. Pan from Bruno Vekaric, spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor, to riot police walking past 21. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Bruno Vekaric, spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor: "The legal deadline for the appeal is three days. I am assuming the appeal will be launched on Friday, after that judges will decide when will they make their decision. We are expecting the Court of appeal will not wait all three days they have to answer to the appeal, but we are talking about a weekend so all is possible. He could be extradited during the weekend but it could be next week as well." 22. Vekaric talking to journalist 23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bruno Vekaric, spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor: "We have two relevant timings for that because we have a time of three days and next time, or the next three days and I think the real time is Monday or Tuesday, maybe." 24. Mid of police STORYLINE: A Serbian official said the former Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic will be handed over to the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, this weekend or early next week. Bruno Vekaric, the spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor, said the former Bosnian Serb leader's extradition "during the weekend but it could be next week as well." Vekaric said on Wednesday that a 72-hour period for Karadzic to launch a formal appeal started on Tuesday and expires on Friday. "The legal deadline for the appeal is three days. I am assuming the appeal will be launched on Friday, after that judges will decide when will they make their decision," said Vekaric. "We are expecting the Court of appeal will not wait all three days they have to answer to the appeal, but we are talking about a weekend so all is possible." Karadzic's lawyer Sveta Vujcic has said his client would resist extradition. Meanwhile, people in Belgrade continued to digest the developments surrounding the arrest of Karadzic. Karadzic was arrested on Monday night in a Belgrade suburb, officials said. "I think Serbia is going to move forward," Tasic added. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0b628e4a7f6a48d4fd836583c43fe5c1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Further reactions after Karadzic arrest ADDS lawyer

WRAP Further reactions after Karadzic arrest ADDS lawyer

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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SHOTLIST 1. Wide of kiosk selling newspapers 2. Mid of newspapers being sorted 3. Close-up of newspaper with file photo and Tuesday's photo of former Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic 4. Tilt up from newspaper to person reading 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Boris Karaljev, Vox Pop: "It is sad, it is sadness, it is a day of grief for Serbian people. We sold the man who created the Serbian republic, we have sold ourselves." 6. Street scene 7. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "I think it's a positive step for Serbia. I think Serbia is going to move forward." 8. Person buying newspaper at kiosk 9. Pan of Serbian newspapers 10. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Creten Tasic, Vox Pop: "He must have had support. A man couldn't hide himself alone that way. Someone was protecting him, but certainly those who were protecting him betrayed him." 11. Serbian alternative medicine magazine to which Karadzic was a regular contributor 12. Close-up July-August edition of magazine with title reading: (Serbian) "Healthy Life" 13. Pan of magazine headquarters 14. Wide of tribunal building where Karadzic is being held 15. Mid of police vehicle and policemen outside 16. Close-up of windows 17. Set up of Karadzic's lawyer Sveta Vujcic outside tribunal building 18. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Sveta Vujcic, Radovan Karadzic's lawyer "He was introducing himself as Dragan Dabic, he had a Dragan Dabic ID, so people that were around him for the last two or three years didn't have a clue that they were talking to or were in the company of Radovan Karadzic. That is the reason he does not believe it possible that one of those people gave him up." 19. Vujcic walking towards tribunal building STORYLINE: People in Belgrade continued to digest the developments Wednesday surrounding the arrest of Radovan Karadzic as the former Bosnian Serb wartime leader's legal team said he will fight extradition to the war crimes tribunal in The Hague. Karadzic, the wartime leader of Bosnian Serbs, was arrested on Monday night in a Belgrade suburb, officials said. "It is sad, it is sadness, it is a day of grief for Serbian people. We sold the man who created the Serbian republic, we have sold ourselves," said Boris Karaljev, a Belgrade resident. But Creten Tasic, another Belgrade resident, said it was a positive step for Serbia. "I think Serbia is going to move forward," Tasic added. Accused of masterminding the deadly wartime siege of Sarajevo and the slaughter of up to 8-thousand Muslims in Srebrenica during Bosnia's 1992-95 war - Europe's worst massacre since World War II - Karadzic had topped the UN war crimes tribunal's most-wanted list for years. His whereabouts had been a mystery since he went on the run in 1998, with his hideouts reportedly including monasteries and mountain caves in remote eastern Bosnia. Karadzic grew a long, white beard to conceal his identity and even managed to openly practice alternative medicine while in hiding, officials said on Tuesday in revealing the details of his capture after a decade on the run. "He must have had support. A man couldn't hide himself alone that way. Someone was protecting him, but certainly those who were protecting him betrayed him," Tasic said. Karadzic's disguise was so effective that prosecutors say he walked freely around without being noticed, and even his landlords didn't know his identity. The fugitive had been masquerading as an expert in "human quantum energy" using the fake name "D.D. David" printed on his business card. The initials apparently stood for Dragan Dabic, the name officials said he went by. He even had his own Web site - www.psy-help-energy.com - and gave lectures in front of hundreds of people on alternative medicine. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ab53f3c47f27b9520c117c34eb65a54 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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WRAP Serb minister on autopsy, Milosevic's lawyer on alleged poisoning

WRAP Serb minister on autopsy, Milosevic's lawyer on alleged poisoning

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute, man walks past with his dog 2. UPSOUND (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Slobodan Milosevic's lawyer: "I would like to show you the letter which Mr Milosevic sent the Russian embassy for help. This is the letter." 3. Close up of letter 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Slobodan Milosevic's lawyer: "(quoting Milosevic's letter) I am writing you and asking you for help in the protecting for the criminal activities being perpetrated in the institution operating under the sign of the United Nations organisation. (Speaking about Milosevic's letter) The next sentence, he stated that he, for example, he stated that he had received a new document only a few days ago which it could clearly be seen that on January 12th this year there had been found a strong drug in his bloodstream which, as it was stated in the report, is only for the treatment of leprosy and tuberculosis." 5. Mid of Tomanovic holding letter 6. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Rasim Ljajic, Serbia-Montenegro minister for the cooperation with the Hague tribunal: "We have agreed that the transparency and the speed of the investigation is in the best interest of the Tribunal and the government of Serbia and Monetenegro and we have agreed about the need to make public the results of the investigation as soon as it is possible in order to prevent manipulation of any kind. On the other hand, our experts are present at the autopsy which is performed at present and we are expecting the results of the autopsy which we hope will be finished today. After the autopsy is performed, it will be possible for the family to access the body, which means that they can get the body tomorrow. It is also for the family to decide whether the funeral will be in Belgrade or some other country." 7. Exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute STORYLINE The UN tribunal ordered Dutch pathologists to conduct an autopsy and toxicological tests on Sunday to determine what killed Slobodan Milosevic amid claims that the ex-Yugoslav leader feared he was being poisoned. Milosevic, 64, was found dead on Saturday morning in his bed at the UN Jail near The Hague. The tribunal said there were no outward signs of suicide or unnatural causes of death, and Milosevic suffered for years from heart trouble and high blood pressure. But Milosevic's legal adviser said on Sunday that the ex-president feared he was being poisoned. He showed reporters a six-page letter Milosevic wrote on Friday - the day before his death - claiming that traces of a "heavy drug" were found in his blood. Zdenko Tomanovic said Milosevic was seriously concerned he was being poisoned. Tribunal President Fausto Pocar said he ordered the autopsy and a toxicological examination after a Dutch coroner failed on Saturday to establish the cause of death. Serbia sent a pathologist to observe the autopsy at the Netherlands Forensic Institute. Rasim Ljajic, Serbia-Montenegro minister for the cooperation with the Hague tribunal, said that after a meeting with the representatives of the tribunal and the prosecution, "we have agreed that the transparency and the speed of the investigation is in the best interest of the Tribunal and the government of Serbia and Monetenegro. "We have agreed about the need to make public the results of the investigation as soon as it is possible in order to prevent manipulation of any kind", he added. Tomanovic said Milosevic's letter claimed a powerful drug used to treat leprosy or tuberculosis had been found in his blood during an examination last January. The letter and a brief cover letter in English, dated March 10th, was addressed to the Russian Embassy for forwarding to the Russian foreign minister. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d60b5854f88a1d38ae50d457d294f296 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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