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Following the death of Zdravko Tolimir in the UN Detention Unit in Scheveningen on 8 February 2016, an autopsy was conducted by the Dutch authorities as part of the standard procedures mandated under Dutch national law.


The ICTY President, Carmel Agius welcomes the decision of MICT President, Theodor Meron to appoint Judge Vagn Joensen, former President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and a Judge of the Mechanism, to conduct an inquiry following the passing of Zdravko...


Zdravko Tolimir passed away last night in the UN Detention Unit (UNDU) in Scheveningen. The Medical Officer was called immediately and the Dutch authorities have commenced standard investigations as mandated under Dutch national law.


The Appeals Chamber, composed of Judge Pocar, Presiding, Judge Agius, Judge Liu, Judge Ramaroson, and Judge Afande, today quashed the Trial Chamber’s decision to acquit Jovica Stanišić, formerly Deputy Chief and Chief of the State Security Service (SDB) of the Ministry of...


President of the ICTY Judge Carmel Agius

President Agius has been made an Officer of The National Order of Merit of Malta (U.O.M.) in a ceremony held yesterday at the Palace in Valletta, the capital city of Malta.


Jovica Stanišić and Franko Simatović

The Appeals Chamber Judgement in the case of Jovica Stanišić and Franko Simatović is scheduled to be rendered on Tuesday, 15 December at 3:00 p.m. in Courtroom I.


Following on from his meeting with the Secretary-General last week, President Agius today gave his inaugural address to the Security Council.


Prosecutor Serge Brammertz presented today to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) the Office of the Prosecutor’s (OTP) 24th completion strategy report, covering the period from 16 May to 15 November 2015.


 ICTY President Judge Carmel Agius and the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon

The Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon yesterday met with the newly elected ICTY President Carmel Agius at the UN Headquarters in New York.


Petar Jojić, Jovo Ostojić, and Vjerica Radeta, have been charged with contempt of the Tribunal for allegedly having threatened, intimidated, offered bribes to, or otherwise interfered with two witnesses in the trial against Vojislav Šešelj and a related contempt case...


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