By MARLISE SIMONS
Published: November 5, 2011
THE HAGUE — Each time Ratko Mladic has come to court, he has complained about his health — his fatigue, his stroke-weakened right arm, his kidney pains — emphasizing his ailments as if they were the central focus of his trial on war crimes and genocide charges.
But as the extent of health problems of Mr. Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb general, has become more apparent after five months in custody, court officials worry that they may well shape the case against him, their most high-profile defendant....more...
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