Families arrive at court 'to look Mladic in the eye'

Munira Subasic, who lost 22 family members in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, was among a group of relatives of the war dead standing outside the war crimes court in The Hague, as Mladic arrived for the start of his trial.

Munira Subasic, right, takes part in a small demonstration of relatives of the Bosnian war dead outside the court in The Hague.
Munira Subasic, right, takes part in a small demonstration of relatives of the Bosnian war dead outside the court in The Hague. Credit: AP Photo/Mike Corder

The 65-year-old said she wanted to look him in the eye "and ask him if he will repent for what he did".

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Mladic trial delay after errors

The war crimes trial of ex-Bosnian Serb commander General Ratko Mladic has been delayed by a judge in The Hague due to "errors" by prosecutors in disclosing evidence to defence lawyers.