Serbian TV broadcast warns against hiding war criminal Mladic

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December 26, 2008 00:38

 
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Serbia broadcast a nationwide report late Thursday warning those who may be helping Europe's most-wanted war crimes fugitive Ratko Mladic that he could be putting them in danger. The broadcast on state-run television, which described Mladic as a psychologically unstable "ticking bomb" who is ready to cause death to those helping him evade justice, was the latest sign that Serbia is ramping up efforts to apprehend the Bosnia war criminal - a key condition of the country's inclusion in the European Union. Mladic is believed to be hiding in Serbia with the help of his former soldiers, and has evaded arrest since his 1995 genocide indictment by the UN war crimes tribunal.

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