Ratko Mladic

Global Scan

Dubai's traffic cops are getting Google Glasses

The Dubai police are hoping Google Glass will give them a leg up on traffic violators and criminals. In Turkey, though, a government official is being comforted after injuring his leg kicking a protester. And the CIA says it won't mix vaccine campaigns with its covert ops. Those stories and more in today's Global Scan.

Global Politics

Srebrenica elections lays bare old tensions between Serbs, Bosniaks

Srebrenica was the site of one of the worst atrocities of the lengthy Serbian civil war. Thousands of Bosniaks, Bosnian Muslims, were killed there. In the aftermath of the massacre, the town is largely Serbian. But a quirk of policy has allowed Bosniaks who moved out of town to continue to vote in the city's elections. But that's poised to change.

Conflict & Justice

Mladic War Crimes Trial Suspended

The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic was suspended Thursday because of a clerical error by the prosecution. Earlier, the court heard a detailed description of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, which Mladic is accused of ordering.

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Conflict & Justice

Tracking Down War Criminals

David Scheffer, the first US Ambassador-at-Large for war crimes issues, speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins about the arrest of indicted Bosnian Serb war criminal Ratko Mladic and efforts to bring other high-profile fugitives to justice.

Conflict & Justice

Dutch Guilt Over 1995 Bosnian Massacre

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Thijs Bouwknegt, a reporter for Radio Netherlands Worldwide, about Dutch reaction to the capture of Bosnian Serb indicted war criminal Ratko Mladic. Dutch troops were faulted for failing to prevent the 1995 massacre.