The commander of Serbian forces during the Yugoslav Wars of the 90s, Ratko Mladic, was sentenced to life in prison today by the UN Yugoslav War Tribunal. Mladic had been extradited from Serbia to the Hague to stand before the tribunal in 2011.
Mladic was held responsible for the three year siege of Sarajevo (11,000 dead) and the massacre of men and boys in the town of Srebrenica (8,000 dead) among his war crimes.
More on the sentencing of Mladic Here
More on the legacy of the tribunal Here