The interesting thing of a compromise verdict is not only that everyone can have a part of the verdict to agree or disagree with (or maybe even to agree or disagree with the entire judgment); but to see how the newspaper headlines cover such a mixed verdict, and what aspect they focused on, since there were many aspects of the verdict. Just a preliminary running of the headlines, most headlines focused on the acquittal on the genocide charge; with a good chunk also focusing on the failing to prevent and punish genocide.
Just a few sample headlines...
"Serbia not guilty in genocide trial."
"Serbia cleared of genocide charge over killing 8,000 at Srebrenica."
"Serbia Failed To Prevent Genocide."
and a headline which actually seems to get most factors of the verdict in the headline: "Serbia not directly guilty of Bosnian genocide, but failed to prevent it."
or this headline: "Serbia cleared in genocide, to a point."