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Serbia: Ganić: Serbia Has No Objection to Trial in BiH

2010-03-15, Belgrade, Serbia. Serbian President Tadic stated today that Serbia has no objection to extradition of Ejup Ganić from UK to BiH, as long as he will stand trial in Ganić.

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2010/03/19 at 14:35

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South Africa: Rwanda Requests Extradition of Genocide Suspects

2010-03-10, Kigali, Rwanda. The Rwandan National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) promised to request extradition of Dr Pierre Mugabo and Felicité Musanganire from South Africa where they are working at the pharmacology department of the University of Western Cape hospital. The couple was convicted in absentia by the Gacaca court of Ngoma Sector to 30 and 25 years respectively. If extradited, the accused will have an option to oppose or to serve the sentence. However, there is no extradition treaty between the two countries.

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UK: Galic Freed on Bail

2010-03-11, London, UK. The High Court released Ejup Ganic on bail on conditions including a curfew, obligation to report to the police, and stay at a specific address in London. The security payment in the amount of 300K pounds was provided by “an anonymous lady of substantial means.” and a surety of 25K pounds was put up by the vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham. The accused to appear at a magistrate’s court on April 13. The Serbian authorities have sent to the British authorities some 800 pages of evidence in support of the Serbian extradition request.

AFP | Guardian | Arrest Warrant | Cafe Turco |

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2010/03/11 at 22:50

UK: Ganic: Serbia requests Extradition

2010-03-10, Belgrade, Serbia. The Justice Ministry made an official request to the UK for extradition of Ejup Ganic to Serbia to be tried before the Belgrade High Court.

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2010/03/10 at 21:20

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Spain: Batko Admits to Crimes in Grbavica

2010-03-04, Altea, Spain. According to El Pais, Batko admitted to war crimes committed in Grbavica. Serbian Ministry of Justice announced that it will be requesting extradition of Batko to serve the sentence rendered by the Novi Sad District Court for killings committed in Serbia. Montenegro will also request his extradition to finish serve his sentence for banditry committed in 1998 (he escaped from prison in 2001).  Bosnian Ministry of Justice already requested his extradition for crimes committed in Sarajevo during the Bosnian Wars. Batko is a citizen of Montenegro.

Balkan Insight | El Pais (in Spanish) |

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2010/03/05 at 13:40

France: Widow of the Rwanda’s Ex-President Arrested in Paris

2010-03-02, Paris, France. French police arrested Agathe Habyarimana on the basis of the international arrest warrant issued by Rwanda in November 2009. Ms. Habyarimana, the widow of the former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana, is accused of genocide, complicity in genocide and criminal conspiracy to commit genocide and crime against humanity in the context of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. She is represented by Philippe Meilhac and was freed on bail.

2010-03-03. Rwandan President stated during a press conference, that he is open to Ms. Habyarimana tried outside Rwanda.

BBC | Voice of America | Citizen |

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2010/03/05 at 00:52