The International Criminal Court in the Hague delivers its verdict today on former Serb President, Milan Milutinovic and five other former Yugoslav and Serb officials. It will be the court’s first verdict over alleged war crimes committed against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. Milutinovic handed himself in 2003 after his term in office came to an end. The 66-year-old faces four counts related to the repression of ethnic Albanians in Kosovo at the end of the 1990s. They include deportation and murder as Belgrade tried to crush the Kosovo Liberation Army.