Former Serb General Mladic Sentenced to Life in Prison
UN Tribunal in The Hague
The tribunal found him guilty of being responsible for the genocide against Muslim Bosnians in Srebrenica in mid-July 1995, when 8,000 boys and men were killed. Another count of genocide was dropped. The trial had begun in May 2012.
So far, the special United Nations tribunal has indicted 161 persons in connection with crimes committed during the wars in former Yugoslavia. Proceedings against 155 have been concluded, of which 84 were sentenced (including Mladic). Proceedings are currently ongoing for 6 accused.
This chart shows key figures on the trial of Ratko Mladic before the UN Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia