Wednesday, November 5, 2014

U.N. Court Considering Releasing Ailing Serbian War Crimes Suspect

The United Nations court trying crimes from the bloody break-up of former Yugoslavia is considering provisional release for an ailing Serbian former politician in detention awaiting a verdict for over a decade.
In a filing published on Wednesday, judges at the Yugoslavia tribunal said they had information suggesting Vojislav Seselj's health had declined and were considering granting provisional release to let him be treated elsewhere.
Seselj's allies have said the radical Serbian nationalist, now 60, is seriously ill with cancer.

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