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UN Court: Serbia, Croatia Not Guilty of Genocide

The top U.N. court ruled Tuesday that neither Croatia nor Serbia committed genocide during the 1990s Balkan wars, when Croatia broke away from Yugoslavia. According to a ruling read by Judge Peter Tomka of the International Court of Justice, many crimes had been committed by the two countries' forces but both sides failed to prove the other committed genocide during the conflict, which killed over 20,000 people. Croatia accused Serbia of committing ethnic cleansing and genocide in...

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