UN judges acquit radical Serb leader of war crimes

Serbian ultra-nationalist Vojslav Seselj attends a press conference in Belgrade on March 31, 2016“Vojislav Seselj is now a free man,” declared French judge Jean-Claude Antonetti at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Seselj, 61, had faced nine charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity over his unrelenting quest to unite “all Serbian lands” in a “Greater Serbia”.

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