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Reaction to UN court's rejection of Ratko Mladic genocide appeal

The court upheld the former Bosnian Serb leader's life sentence for 8,000 Bosnian Muslim deaths in 1995. Also: why astronauts get sick after being in space, and the woman who saved her twin sister from a crocodile attack by fighting back.

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31 minutes

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  • Mladic appeal update

    • Mladic appeal update

      The conviction of Ratko Mladic, who was responsible for genocide has been upheld

      Duration: 08:05

  • Paris bodies mishandling

    • Paris bodies mishandling

      A French university's former head is under investigation over the handling of dead bodies

      Duration: 02:07

  • Kate Winslett

    • Kate Winslett

      Kate Winslett talks about how the treatment of women in Hollywood is changing

      Duration: 03:33

  • Worm resurrection

    • Worm resurrection

      Researchers say a frozen worm has come back to life after 24-thousand years

      Duration: 01:31

  • South Africa corruption probe

    • South Africa corruption probe

      The South African health minister has been put on special leave during corruption probe

      Duration: 00:53

  • Elephants travelling in China

    • Elephants travelling in China

      A herd of elephants have traveled around 500 km northwards of their reserve

      Duration: 02:46

  • Bill Clinton novel

    • Bill Clinton novel

      The former president Bill Clinton and James Patterson have written a second novel

      Duration: 03:59

  • Space sickness

    • Space sickness

      Researchers has found pace travel has a previously unknown effect on the immune system

      Duration: 02:30

  • Crocodile attack

    • Crocodile attack

      A women attacked by a crocodile in Mexico was saved by her twin sister

      Duration: 02:38

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