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an offender who violates international law during times of war

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Mr Page obviously has written evidence of this charge or he would have declared that it was his opinion or that he believed that Mr Blair was a war criminal.
The war criminal will probably be extradited to Sarajevo after a thorough investigation in Turkey and the completion of the necessary legal steps for extradition.
Just a month ago, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe went to the notorious Yasukuni Shrine to worship convicted war criminals who were held accountable for the ruthless slaughtering of millions of Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, Americans, Brits and Australians, most of whom were either civilians or captured soldiers, and for the sexual slavery of so-called comfort women in their tens of thousands in World War II.
WHY are we surprised that the UK is harbouring a war criminal when we have been doing it for decades?
In 2008, Charles "Chuckie" Taylor, son of Charles Taylor, former president of Liberia and convicted war criminal, received a 97year sentence under the 1994 Torture Statute.
In a statement released, the MFA said that "following the adoption of a resolution condemning the Srebrenica massacre on March 30, 2010, by the Serbian Parliament and the attendance of President Tadic of Serbia to the ceremony held to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the massacre together with Prime Minister Erdogan and the capture of the war criminal Radovan Karadzic in 2008, the arrest of Mladic constitutes a step forward towards strengthening of peace and stability in the Balkans and especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina".
THE Home Office has given 139 suspected war criminals the right to settle in Britain permanently.
As long as a Nazi war criminal is still alive, they should know that there's someone looking for them," Hier said.
San Francisco should be ashamed to have a war criminal here.
It appeared that a few residents of the area knew that the inhabitant of residence #29 was the number two man, after Father Dubbya Bush, on the list of wanted war criminals.
An 86-year-old alleged war criminal accused of murdering a Jewish man in World War II lost a court battle yesterday against extradition from Australia to Hungary.
Accordingly, the SLM - Unity emphasizes the following: - 1 / considered decision to transfer Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir as a war criminal is a real end to the system of state "Bosnian Serbs" posed by the ruling National Congress Party in Sudan.
Years afterward, he knows and recounts that he was literally a monster and a war criminal, driven virtually insane by his father and his childhood to the extent that dedicating his life to bloodshed and destruction in the American Army pleased him.
MacArthur orders the arrest of former Japanese premier Prince Furnimaro Konoye as a war criminal
In the end then, Radovan Karadzic, a war criminal of virtually unsurpassed atrociousness who continues to destabilize a volatile region, is allowed to roam free--not because we can't get him but because we have chosen not to.