Articles by Mike Corder

Georgia and Russia Face Off in UN Court

  • 09 September 08
  • The Associated Press
Georgia accused Russia on Monday of a “campaign of harassment and persecution” in the separatist regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia and urged the International Court of Justice to intervene to halt killings and forced expulsions.

Former Kosovo Leader's Trial Starts

  • 06 March 07
  • The Associated Press
The trial of Kosovo's former prime minister and two other alleged rebel fighters charged with involvement in a campaign of murder, mistreatment and expulsions of Serbs during the province's brutal conflict with Serbia began Monday at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal.

Italy Wins Last Gold, Praise as Games Close

  • 27 February 06
  • The Associated Press
Italy crowned its Winter Olympics with gold Sunday when Giorgio di Centa won the 50-kilometer cross-country race, beating Russia's Yevgeny Dementyev by less than a second.

Howard Slams Sydney Race Riots

  • 13 December 05
  • The Associated Press
Australian Prime Minister John Howard on Monday condemned a day and night of race riots in Sydney's beachside suburbs, but said he did not believe Australian society had an undercurrent of racism.

Murdoch Takes Share Listing to U.S.

  • 07 April 04
  • The Associated Press
Media magnate Rupert Murdoch's global News Corp. empire shocked Australian investors Tuesday by announcing its shares will have a primary listing on the U.S. stock market instead of the Australian exchange by year's end.

Australia Feels It's Next on Al-Qaida's Hit List

  • 17 March 04
  • The Associated Press
With suspicions that al-Qaida carried out last week's Madrid bombings to turn the tide of Spain's election and force it to withdraw troops from Iraq, some are now asking if Australia, a forthright U.S. ally, will be hit soon.

Aborigines Riot in Sydney Over Teen's Death

  • 17 February 04
  • The Associated Press
Rioters in an Aboriginal ghetto of Sydney pelted police with gasoline bombs and bricks, leaving 40 officers injured Monday after a nine-hour street battle sparked by allegations that police chased a local teenager to his death.

Yugoslavia Urges Court To Put Stop To Airstrikes

UN Investigators Gather Evidence Against Milosevic

UN Court Indicts Serb For Crimes In Bosnia

10 Plead Innocent To Hague Tribunal

10 Croats Surrender To Hague Tribunal

UN Rules on Disputed Danube Dam

Hague Tribunal Gives Tadic 20 Years

Atrocites Trial Under Way For Bosnian Croat General

Blair Warns EU on Labor Regulations

UN Court Finds Serb Guilty of Atrocities

Prosecutors: Serb LeadersSet Policy Of Atrocity

War Crimes Panel Begins Trial of Bosnian Serb

War Trials Take 'Small-Timers' to Task

Infant Mercy Killing Troubles Dutch