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Justice in the Balkans - Prosecuting War Crimes in the Hague Tribunal (Anglais) Relié – 6 janvier 2004


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Justice in the Balkans "Justice in the Balkans" re-creates how its chief prosecutor Louise Arbour worked with others to turn the tribunal's fortunes around. The Hague tribunal becomes an example of how individuals working with collective purpose can make a profound difference.


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Dubrovnik Hoax 24 janvier 2011
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"Dubrovnik burning" was THE show on CNN in autumn 1991. And a complete fake. Florence Hamlish Levinsohn reported that Croats had set alight piles of tires in a parking lot just outside the walls of the Old City. Only service and military vehicles can be found in the Old City. An iconic photo by Peter Northall (Agence France Press) confirmed her report in a photo showing petroleum-based black smoke billowing in front of, not from, the Old City, along with smoke from burning diesel fuel of a boat in the Old Boat Harbor. The Old City is built of stone. TV atrocity-porn networks upped viewership ratings with these mendaciously framed images. Paul Davies of ITN (International Television News) won an award for his broadcast of Croats firing from inside the Old City at federal army positions and striking the ammo dump on Zarkovica hill. The smoke was theatrical here, too, but Davies' pics revealed that Croats had militarized the Old City. Susan Woodward (Google her) wrote: "An assault on Dubrovnik (beginning in early October), which was protected under the UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was particularly significant in creating antagonism toward Serbia and the Army: the Croatian government had calculated in using sharpshooters on the Dubrovnik walls to provoke a YPA attack on the city..." It was Stipe Mesic, the Croat president of federal Yugoslavia [yes] who ordered JNA attacks on Dubrovnik. Serbophobe Maggie O'Kane and NY Times reporter Stephen Kinzer et al. truthfully reported that old Dubrovnik was substantially unscathed. I walked through the Old City on 25 March 1992 and filmed anti-Semitic and WW II vintage serbophobic graffiti inside the walls. Unlike most news hawks flocking there I could read the language. I found evidence of only the slightest damage. - The day before, a freighter from Germany had unloaded a consignment of tanks for Croatia from stores of the former East German army.
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