The NATO members who were involved in the liberation of Libya from Gaddafi’s rule may be probed on accusations of war crimes during the Libyan Conflict. The probe will be done the International Court of Justice. The diplomats said action to pre-empt a war crimes investigation would likely include an immediate internal legal review of all incidents in which NATO bombing or other actions caused civilian casualties.
Judges of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal have scheduled Ratko Mladic’s arraignment for Friday, Mladic was earlier extradited from Serbia to the U.N. court. Dutch Judge Alphons Orie signed the order for arraignment on Wednesday, after the former Bosnian Serb military chief spent his first night in an isolation cell. At the hearing which is scheduled for Friday, Mladic will be asked to enter pleas to 11 charges, including genocide, for allegedly masterminding Bosnian Serb atrocities throughout the 1992-95 Bosnian war.