THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) U.N. court clears Serbia of legal responsibility for genocide and complicity in genocide in Bosnia.

Key to the court’s findings was its conclusion that no one in Serbia, or any official organ of the state, could be shown to have had the deliberate intention to “destroy in whole or in part” the Bosnian Muslim population — a critical element in the 1948 Genocide Convention.

Unusually for such an important case, the judges were in accord, voting overwhelmingly in unison on the various points of the decision with only one or two dissenters.

Now look at this item from a Belgrade news wire and see if you can’t start putting together what really happened in Bosnia: SERBS AGAIN FLEE BOSNIAN FEDERATION DUE TO DISCRIMINATION

TUZLA, Feb 26 (Tanjug) - The Association for the Return of Displaced Persons to the Tuzla Kanton (canton) has warned once again that the position of somewhat 7,000 Serb returnees in 13 cantonal municipalities is unbearable, due to the deprivation of their rights and discriminatory attitude of the Bosniak and cantonal authorities towards them.

There is no one to protect the rights and the vital national interests of the Serbs, because there is not a single Serb representative in the new convocation of the the cantonal parliament, which proves that Bosniaks have
committed ethnic cleansing against local Serbs whom there used to be 82,000 in this region before the war, the Association underlined.

Now see this news item from the AP about yet another explosion in Kosovo in the past week, and see if you can’t piece together what happened in Kosovo. (Oh, and it looks like the “disbanded” Kosovo Liberation Army — our terrorist buddies from Clinton’s ‘99 war — were responsible for the U.S. embassy bombing in Athens last month. Duh.):

Explosion in Kosovo damages vehicles of international security organization

PRISTINA, Serbia (AP) - An explosion west of Kosovo’s capital damaged several vehicles belonging to an international security organization early Monday, police said. No one was hurt.

The blast may have been caused by a hand grenade, said regional police spokesman Avni Gjevukaj…Two other vehicles that did not belong to the organization were also damaged.

OSCE spokesman Sven Lindholm…said another unexploded hand grenade was found in the street outside the parking lot. OSCE is part of the U.N. system that has administered Kosovo since 1999.

Monday’s explosion came on the eve of a visit to Serbia and Kosovo by the OSCE’s chairman-in-office, Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos.

Tension has been running high in the province amid negotiations between ethnic Albanians and Serbs to settle the dispute over Kosovo’s future status. A U.N. plan proposes granting Kosovo internationally supervised statehood.

Three U.N. vehicles were bombed in Pristina a week ago, while two people were killed in clashes between police and ethnic Albanians protesting the U.N.’s plan.