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Serb officers plead not guilty to massacre charges

Broadcast: 21/08/2006

Reporter:

The trial of seven Bosnian Serb paramilitary officers charged with massacring thousands Muslim men
and boys in Srebrenica resumed today in the Hague.

Transcript

The trial of seven Bosnian Serb paramilitary officers charged with massacring thousands Muslim men
and boys in Srebrenica resumed today in the Hague.

The chief prosecutor at the war crimes tribunal slammed Serbia for failing to arrest the former
Serbian army chief, General Ratko Mladic.

He and former Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic are still on the run.

Eight thousand Muslim men and boys were killed in the massacre in 1995.

All seven men at todays trial have pleaded not guilty.