Former Serbian Leader Released from Hague

Former Serbian far-right leader Vojislav Seselj returned to Belgrade on Wednesday, November 12, after being granted provisional release by UN war crimes judges. Sesili, who was accused of war crimes in Croatia and Bosnia during the 1990s Balkan wars, has spent the last 12 years in custody in the The Hague. The 60-year-old was discharged due to ill health, according to reports his colon cancer has spread to his liver. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty