bosnia report
New Series No: 23/24/25 June - October 2001
 
Harbouring Mladic
by Jonathan Steele

‘There is another international figure at large who ordered the killing of a greater number of innocent people than died in the United States last week. They had hours, not seconds, to quake in terror as they faced death. They had no mobile phones to say goodbye to their loved ones. There is even an international arrest warrant, sanctioned by the UN, for their murderer’s arrest. Yet General Ratko Mladiƒ, the architect of 7,000 deaths in Srebrenica, has been ‘harboured’ by governments in Belgrade and the Serbian part of Bosnia for six years.’

Jonathan Steele, The Guardian (London), 19 September 2001

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