"Forty-one suspects are
held at the UN detention centre in the Netherlands and
judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Yugoslavia have agreed that dispatching some suspects to be tried at home
may be the best way to ease the logjam," the London-based
Independent newspaper reports.
"The tribunal, which is intending to complete its task by
the end of 2008, is bursting at the seams."
Trials for high-level suspects such as Slobodan Milosevic
would remain in The Hague, the Independent said.
"In the short term, only Bosnia and Herzegovina is likely
to be able to meet the UN's required standards," the
Independent noted, which would rule out any such trials in