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ICTY Upholds Convictions, Sentences of Two Bosnian Serbs

U.N. judges have rejected the appeals of two former top Bosnian Serbs officials against their convictions for war crimes during the breakup of the former Yugoslavia. The appeals chamber at the United Nations Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, or ICTY, dismissed in their "entirety" the appeals brought by Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, said judge Carmel Agius.The court also upheld the men's 2013 convictions and 22-year prison sentences. Additionally, the...

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