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Serbian Fugitives = Serbian Saints ( until when ? )

"A file photo taken on June 18, 2005 ( see below ) shows a woman watching pictures of Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic (top C) and his former army chief Ratko Mladic (top R) - two top fugitives who have been on the run for a decade since they were charged with genocide by the UN war crimes tribunal at The Hague, and Draza Mihailovic, (top L), former leader of Chetniks - Serb royalists who fought both the Nazis and the communist Partisans in World War II, together with pictures of saints important for the Serb Orthodox Church, during the market day in northwestern Bosnian town of Prijedor."

A woman watching pictures. Getty Images/ AFP

You can see on the picture these three men are compared with Saints. See larger photo [url=]Here.[/url]

Serbia said on July 21, 2008 that its security forces captured Radovan Karadzic, the wartime Montenigran Serb leader accused of genocide, after nearly 13 years on the run from the UN war crimes tribunal." (
[url=]INDICTMENT[/url] was because of aggression, genocide and ethnic cleansing of all NON-Serbs.

Karadzic. Photo by Rikard Larma.

"File picture from Bosnian police records show Radovan Karadzic, now ill-famous (sic) Serb leader and indicted war criminal, when he was arrested for industrial crimes in November 1984. This photo was recovered in 1992 from a Sarajevo trash bin by Metro photographer Rikard Larma".  ( )

 An estimated 15,000 children died in this three-year-long civil war. (UNICEF)

An estimated 200,000 people were killed during the war which also produced 3 million refugees who were forcibly expelled from their homes by Serbian and Croatian ethnic cleansing. (UNHCR) After the Dayton Peace Accord, fewer than 10 percent of refugees were able to return home. The majority of refugees were displaced throughout the former Yugoslavia and the world. (UNHCR)

Sarajevska Princeza
05/09/2008 09:47