A Bosnian woman who lost a relative in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre prays inside memorial cemetery Potocari near Srebrenica in eastern Bosnia July 22, 2008, after Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic's arrest in Belgrade. Karadzic, wanted for genocide and crimes during the Bosnian war, was arrested near Belgrade after 11 years on the run, in disguise and working as a doctor. Karadzic's arrest was one of the main conditions of Serbian progress towards European Union membership and may be enough to secure Serbia closer ties with the EU and possibly the status of membership candidate sta

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A Bosnian woman who lost a relative in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre prays inside memorial cemetery Potocari near Srebrenica in eastern Bosnia July 22, 2008, after Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic's arrest in Belgrade. Karadzic, wanted for genocide and crimes during the Bosnian war, was arrested near Belgrade after 11 years on the run, in disguise and working as a doctor. Karadzic's arrest was one of the main conditions of Serbian progress towards European Union membership and may be enough to secure Serbia closer ties with the EU and possibly the status of membership candidate sta

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