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December Top
20 December 2000Statement to the Press by Carla Del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.
13 December 2000Plea Agreement announced at motion Hearing in Todorovic case.
12 December 2000Henry Hans Holthuis is appointed as Registrar of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
7 December 2000Support from European Union to the ICTY
6 December 2000Audio broadcast of proceedings on the ICTY's Internet site
4 December 2000The ICTY welcomes the establishment of a pool of additional Judges.
4 December 2000The 23rd Plenary Session of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
November Top
29 November 2000The first Diplomatic Information Seminar held at the ICTY has been well received.
24 November 2000Address to the Security council by Carla Del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, to the UN Security council.
20 November 2000Speech by his Excellency, Judge Claude Jorda, President of the International Criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the UN General Assembly.
20 November 2000Speech by his Excellency, Judge Claude Jorda, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the UN Security council.
10 November 2000Appeals Chamber suspends Trial Chamber's decision on Todorovic's motion for judicial assistance.
October Top
31 October 2000Dusko Tadic transferred to Germany to serve Prison Sentence.
27 October 2000The Trial of Milorad Krnojelac will begin on Monday 30 October 2000.
20 October 2000Decision on Todorovic's Motion for judicial Assistance.
13 October 2000Statement by the Prosecutor
13 October 2000The 22nd Plenary Session of the Judges of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
11 October 2000Support from the United States of America to the ICTY Outreach Programme.
6 October 2000Statement by Carla del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia made on 6 October 2000.
4 October 2000Visit by Mr. Wolfgang Petritsch, the high representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
September Top
25 September 2000Zlatko Aleksovski and Anto Furundzija transferred to Finland to serve Sentences.
22 September 2000The ICTY Judges' Visit to Zagreb has elicited a significant Dialogue.
14 September 2000The judges of the ICTY acknowledge the right of victims of crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia to seek compensation
12 September 2000Belgium to provide experts to assist the investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo.
11 September 2000Three Judges to visit Zagreb
9 September 2000Statement by the Prosecutor on the Croatian Government delegation visit to the Tribunal.
8 September 2000Croatian Government delegation visits The Tribunal
August Top
30 August 2000Reported Murder of Milan Levar in Croatia.
4 August 2000Denmark to provide Experts to assist the Investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo.
July Top
31 July 2000Amendments to the Tribunal's Rules of Procedure and Evidence at the 22nd Plenary Session.
28 July 2000Republika Sprska Minister of Justice visits the Tribunal.
21 July 2000Appeals Chamber unanimously dismisses Furundzija and affirms Convictions and Sentence.
17 July 2000The 22nd Plenary Session of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
5 July 2000Defence motion for Judgement of acquittal dismissed in part and granted in part.
5 July 2000Exhumations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
4 July 2000Dusko Sikirica's initial Appearance scheduled for Friday 7 July 2000.
3 July 2000Written Judgement rendered in Contempt Case against Milan Simic and his Counsel Branislav Avramovic.
June Top
26 June 2000Dusko Sikirica detained by SFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
20 June 2000Speech by his Excellency, Mr. Claude Jorda, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the UN Security-Council.
19 June 2000Speech by his Excellency, Mr. Claude Jorda, President of the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the preparatory Commission of the International Criminal Court.
13 June 2000Final Report to the Prosecutor by the Committee Established to Review the NATO Bombing Campaign Against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
13 June 2000Prosecutor's Report on the Nato Bombing Campaign.
7 June 2000Simic departs The Hague on provisional Release.
7 June 2000Croatian Justice Minister visits the International Tribunal.
6 June 2000Visit by Mrs. Herta Däubler- Gmelin, Minister of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
May Top
30 May 2000Trial Chamber III orders the provisional Release of Milan Simic.
26 May 2000Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte meets U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
25 May 2000Visit by Members of the Finnish Parliamentary constitutional Law Commitee to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
25 May 2000His Excellency Mr. Khodakov Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Netherlands met with the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
24 May 2000Statement by President Jorda To The Plenary Meeting of the Peace Implementation Council.
17 May 2000Letter from President Jorda to President Mesic.
15 May 2000France to provide experts to assist the investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo.
15 May 2000Judge Jules Deschênes.
12 May 2000Austria to provide experts to assist the investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo.
April Top
28 April 2000Sweden to provide experts to assist the investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo.
26 April 2000Initial appearance of Dragan Nikolic on Friday 28 April 2000.
20 April 2000Statement by Claude Jorda, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
19 April 2000Bench of Appeals Chamber orders the Provisional Release of Miroslav Tadic and Simo Zaric.
19 April 2000A Report on the Audiovisual Coverage of the ICTY's Proceedings finds that Cameras contribute to a proper Administration of Justice.
19 April 2000Statement by Carla Del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for The former Yugoslavia.
18 April 2000Canada to provide Experts to assist the Investigations of the Office of the Prosecutor in Kosovo
18 April 2000The Judges mandate the President to present a long-term Judicial Strategy for the Tribunal
10 April 2000Kordic and Cerkez case: Trial Chamber III denies Judgement of Acquittal but dismisses Part of four Counts.
6 April 2000Press Statement made by the Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte in Zagreb on Wednesday 5 April 2000
5 April 2000"Bosanski Samac" case: Provisional Release of Miroslav Tadic and Simo Zaric on hold while Prosecutor seeks to Appeal.
3 April 2000Statement by the Prosecutor following the Arrest of Momcilo Krajisnik on 3 April 2000.
3 April 2000Judge Liu Daqun sworn in Today.
March Top
29 March 2000Simic and Avramovic found not guilty of Contempt of Court.
28 March 2000Spain to become the Seventh State to sign an Agreement on the Enforcement of Sentences.
24 March 2000Aleksovski case: The Appeals Chamber increases his Sentence to seven years imprisonment.
21 March 2000Mladen Naletilic is transferred from Zagreb to The Hague.
21 March 2000Statement by Carla Del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Tribunal for Rwanda.
20 March 2000Remarks of Judge Richard May, Judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, to the Fourth Session of the Preparatory Commission for the International Criminal Court.
17 March 2000The Trial of Kunarac, Kovac and Vukovic will begin on Monday 20 March 2000.
10 March 2000Statement by Carla Del Ponte, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
8 March 2000The trial of General Krstic will begin on Monday 13 March 2000.
6 March 2000Dragoljub Prcac detained by SFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina and transferred to the Hague.
3 March 2000General Blaskic found guilty on all Charges and Sentenced to 45 years imprisonment.
February Top
29 February 2000Mr. Jacques chirac, President of the French Republic, visits the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
25 February 2000France becomes the first Permanent Member of the Security Council to sign an agreement on the enforcement of sentences of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
24 February 2000The trial of Kvocka, Kos, Radic and Zigic will begin on Monday 28 February 2000.
18 February 2000The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to give monthly press briefings in Brussels at the United Nations information centre.
9 February 2000Aleksovski case: the Appeals Chamber orders Aleksovski's Return to Custody.
8 February 2000Judge Fausto Pocar sworn in Today.
January Top
31 January 2000Milan Vujin, former Counsel for Dusko Tadic, found in contempt of the Tribunal, and fined 15,000 Dutch Guilders.
27 January 2000Statement by Judge Claude Jorda, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
26 January 2000Sentencing appeals in the case of Dusko Tadic:Sentence reduced to 20 year's imprisonment.
25 January 2000Mitar Vasiljevic detained by SFOR in Bosnia and Herzegovina
17 January 2000Statement by Madame Carla Del Ponte Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia following Reports of the Death of "Arkan".
14 January 2000Judgement in the ''Kupreskic and others'' Case five Accused sentenced to Terms of Imprisonment ranging from 6 to 25 Years and one Accused Acquitted
6 January 2000ICTY Court Proceedings to resume in full Swing as of next Monday.
6 January 2000Appointment of Professor Fausto Pocar to suceed to Judge Antonio Cassese on 1 February 2000.