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Serbia may send Ratko Mladic to face genocide charges in The Hague within four days, a justice official said on Monday, despite rallies by nationalists angry at the Bosnian Serb general's capture after 16 years on the run.

Serbs protest against Ratko Mladic arrest

Protesters throwing stones and bottles clashed with baton-wielding riot police in Belgrade after several thousand Serbian nationalist supporters of jailed war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic rallied outside the parliament building to demand his release.

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Family of former Bosnian Serb military commander say he needs 'rest' before he can be extradited to The Hague

Mladic 'too frail to respond to questions' as court hearing begins

A frail Ratko Mladic appeared in a war crimes court last night. The former Bosnian Serb military commander was finally run to ground after a 16-year hunt for the man held responsible for Europe's worst massacre since the Second World War.

Nato welcomes Mladic arrest

Nato hailed Serbia's arrest of indicted war criminal Ratko Mladic today, saying he was implicated in some of the worst massacres in modern European history.

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Key dates in the life of General Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb army commander charged with genocide and crimes against humanity by the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands:

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Angelina Jolie defends Bosnian directorial debut

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has hit back at criticism of her directorial debut, saying most people back her portrayal of a love story between a Serbian man and Bosnian woman on the eve of the 1992-95 Balkans conflict.

Angelina Jolie forced to cut short filming in Bosnia

Angelina Jolie has cut short the shooting of her first film in Bosnia after rumours that it portrayed a relationship between a rapist and his victim sparked protests from women who were raped during the civil war.

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Reward for Mladic increased to €10m

Serbia has offered a reward of €10m (£8.7m) for information leading to the arrest of the Balkans' most wanted war crimes suspect, Ratko Mladic, whose capture is a condition for the country's membership of the EU.

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