SUN SUNI KHABAR MARCH 24TH, 2016
“BUTCHER OF BOSNIA” GUILTY OF CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
Radovan Karadzic, former leader of the breakaway Serb Republic, was found guilty of the massacre of Bosnian Muslim men and boys in July 1955. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison by the United Nations court in Hague, Netherlands on Thursday. Karadzic was found guilty of 10 of the 11 charges brought against him, and found not not guilty on one count of genocide. The court went on to declare that the former president was aware of the constant attacks by Serbian military against civilians, but did nothing about it.
HUGE MANHUNT FOLLOWS BRUSSELS BOMBING
Tuesday’s attacks in the Belgian capital left the world as shaken as after the Paris attacks in November 2015. Five terrorists were implicated in the attack. Three are dead, and the other two’s fates are unknown. Authorities have been uncovering munitions in overwhelming amounts, and according to CNN Security Analyst Bob Baer thinks there is reason to worry, due to the amount of armaments found by officials.
CLINTON MORE PRESIDENTIAL THAN TRUMP, POLLS SAY
A presidential poll conducted nationwide showed that more people saw Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton as more presidential than Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. Approximately 56% of those polled thought that Clinton would win a general election matchup against Trump. In terms of presidential attributes, over half of those surveyed said that Clinton, as former secretary of state, was better able to handle the responsibilities of commander in chief than the New York businessman.
'ANTI-HINDU' CONTENT IN ALL INDIA RADIO PROGRAMME
A daily programme, broadcast by All India Radio's Thrissur regional centre in Kerala, has invited the wrath of BJP which said it was portraying Hindu gods in poor light and it will fight it legally. While the AIR staff alleged that a local BJP leader had threatened them with dire consequences if they did not give a "corrective" version of the programme removing anti-Hindu contents, BJP said it would soon file a case against those behind the act. 'Subhashitham', a programme presented by scholar Dr CN Parameswaran last week, had allegedly depicted the mythical war between 'devas' and 'asuras' as the fight between the upper class, who came from outside the country, and the indigenous people.