Home

Results 1 - 10 of 10,967 for pockets. Search took 0.561 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
He remained Commander of the 9 th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket ("the Medak Pocket operation"). During the Medak Pocket operation, he was appointed Commander of Sector 1, which was a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. (...) All references to the Medak Pocket operation means and includes all operations conducted by Croatian forces in and immediately around the area of the Medak Pocket, as described in paragraph 27 below. (...) Under the terms of this agreement, a cease-fire was to take effect at 1200 hours on 15 September 1993 and the Croatian forces were to leave the territory entered on 9 September 1993, leaving the Medak Pocket under UNPROFOR control. The Croatian withdrawal from the Medak Pocket was completed at 1800 hours on 17 September 1993.
Language:English
Score: 1118552.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/norac/ind/en/nor-ii040520e.htm
Data Source: un
He remained Commander of the 9 th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket ("the Medak Pocket operation"). During the Medak Pocket operation, he was appointed Commander of Sector 1, which was a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. (...) All references to the Medak Pocket operation means and includes all operations conducted by Croatian forces in and immediately around the area of the Medak Pocket, as described in paragraph 36 below. (...) As a result of these widespread and systematic unlawful acts during the Croatian military operation, the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.  
Language:English
Score: 1115739.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ademi/ind/en/ade-ci040730e.htm
Data Source: un
He remained Commander of the 9th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket (“the Medak Pocket operation”). 5. During the Medak Pocket operation, he was appointed Commander of Sector 1, which was a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. 6. (...) All references to the Medak Pocket operation means and includes all operations conducted by Croatian forces in and immediately around the area of the Medak Pocket, as described in paragraph 27 below. 18. (...) As a result of these widespread and systematic unlawful acts during the Croatian military operation, the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.
Language:English
Score: 1115061.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/a...emi/ind/en/norac_040429eng.pdf
Data Source: un
The indictment alleged that in the early morning of 9 September 1993 the Croatian forces commenced their attack on the Medak Pocket, an area to the south of the city of Gospić in Croatia. (...) The indictment further alleged that during the Medak Pocket operation at least 100 Serbs, including 29 local Serb civilians, were unlawfully killed and others sustained serious injury. (...) A majority of the buildings in the villages of the Medak Pocket were destroyed after the Croatian forces had taken effective control.
Language:English
Score: 1113771.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...etko/cis/en/cis_bobetko_en.pdf
Data Source: un
He held this position throughout the Medak Pocket military operation. • Mirko Norac was appointed Commander of the 6th Guards Brigade of the HV in November 1992. (...) According to the indictment, the Medak Pocket was approximately five kilometres wide and six kilometres long and was situated within the self-proclaimed “Republika Srpska Krajina”. (...) The indictment states that, as a result of the Croatian military operation, the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.
Language:English
Score: 1112635 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/a...emi/cis/en/cis_ademi_norac.pdf
Data Source: un
All references to the Medak Pocket operation means and includes all operations conducted by Croatian forces in and immediately around the area of the Medak Pocket, as described in paragraphs 18 to 40 below. 17. (...) During the Medak Pocket operation at least 100 Serbs including 29 local Serb civilians were unlawfully killed and others sustained serious injury. (...) As a result of these widespread and systematic unlawful acts during the Croatian military operation, the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.
Language:English
Score: 1110281.25 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...etko/ind/en/bob-ii020826-e.pdf
Data Source: un
Under the terms of this agreement, a ceasefire was to take effect at 1200 hours on 15 September 1993 and the Croatian forces were to "leave the territory entered on 9 September 93", leaving the Medak Pocket under UNPROFOR control. The Croatian withdrawal from the Medak Pocket was completed at 1800 hours on 17 September 1993. 34. During the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket at least 38 local Serb civilians were unlawfully killed and others sustained serious injury. (...) As a result of these widespread and systematic unlawful acts during the Croatian military operation, the Medak Pocket became totally uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.
Language:English
Score: 1109486.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ademi/ind/en/ade-ii010608e.htm
Data Source: un
Mirko Norac remained Commander of the 9th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket. During this operation he was appointed Commander of Sector 1 – a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. (...) By virtue of his high ranking position, the Indictment states that Mirko Norac “…had the power, authority and responsibility to prevent or punish serious violations of international humanitarian law committed during the Medak Pocket operation”. Statement of the Facts According to the Indictment, the Medak Pocket was approximately five kilometres wide and six kilometres long and situated within the self-proclaimed “Republika Srpska Krajina”. (...) The Indictment states that as a result of the Croatian military operation, “…the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.”
Language:English
Score: 1104765.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...violations-laws-or-customs-war
Data Source: un
Mirko Norac remained Commander of the 9th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket. During this operation he was appointed Commander of Sector 1 – a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. (...) By virtue of his high ranking position, the Indictment states that Mirko Norac “…had the power, authority and responsibility to prevent or punish serious violations of international humanitarian law committed during the Medak Pocket operation”. Statement of the Facts According to the Indictment, the Medak Pocket was approximately five kilometres wide and six kilometres long and situated within the self-proclaimed “Republika Srpska Krajina”. (...) The Indictment states that as a result of the Croatian military operation, “…the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.”
Language:English
Score: 1104765.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/3761
Data Source: un
Mirko Norac remained Commander of the 9th Guards Motorised Brigade at the time of the Croatian military operation in the Medak Pocket. During this operation he was appointed Commander of Sector 1 – a combat group formed for the purposes of conducting the operation. (...) By virtue of his high ranking position, the Indictment states that Mirko Norac “…had the power, authority and responsibility to prevent or punish serious violations of international humanitarian law committed during the Medak Pocket operation”. Statement of the Facts According to the Indictment, the Medak Pocket was approximately five kilometres wide and six kilometres long and situated within the self-proclaimed “Republika Srpska Krajina”. (...) The Indictment states that as a result of the Croatian military operation, “…the Medak Pocket became uninhabitable. The villages of the Pocket were completely destroyed, thereby depriving the Serbian civilian population of their homes and livelihood.”
Language:English
Score: 1104765.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/8421
Data Source: un