A former Bosnian-Serb police commander wanted in his native country for genocide and atrocities against thousands of Bosnian Muslims was deported from the United States Wednesday, federal officials said Thursday.
Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb army commander wanted for crimes against humanity, is a notorious name synonymous with the dissolution of Yugoslavia, the Balkan wars of the 1990s and the bloody assaults on Sarajevo and Srebrenica.
Why did it take so long to find Ratko Mladic? CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Although the war in Bosnia began on April 6,1992, my involvement in the conflict didn't start until July 23, when CNN photojournalist Margaret Moth was shot by a sniper and nearly killed.
CNN's Nic Robertson shows the memorial that took place and shares his own remembrances of covering the conflict.
At at CNN forum in 1994, Christiane Amanpour questioned then-President Bill Clinton's policy 'flip-flops' in Bosnia.
Twenty years ago, April 5, 1992, Suada Dilberovic and Olga Sucic were shot and killed in Sarajevo. They were the shots heard around the world and they started the Bosnian War.
Two families scarred by the Bosnian war -- and joined by the memories of a couple who dared to love across the ethnic divide -- have the same message of peace as the nation marks the 20th anniversary of the conflict.
Nic Robertson reports on a young couple killed by sniper fire trying to escape Sarajevo's ethnic warfare 20 years ago.
Canadian skier Nik Zoricic died of head injuries sustained from a crash while racing Saturday at a World Cup Ski Cross event in Grindelwald, Switzerland.
A man armed with an automatic weapon fired shots at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo on Friday, hitting a police officer before authorities shot and wounded him, U.S. and local authorities said.
In another summer, when Liz McLaughlin was younger and insulated, she took a long train ride from her native Edinburgh, Scotland, down to London for a very important concert. Excitement bubbled because of the marquee names -- U2, Madonna, Eric Clapton, B.B. King.
Bosnian Serb genocide suspect Ratko Mladic was in the custody of a U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague late Tuesday after losing his fight against extradition from Serbia, the tribunal announced.
Bosnian Serb genocide suspect Ratko Mladic is en route to face war crimes charges at The Hague.
We think small when it comes to women. Micro, to be exact.
One of a kind By Parisa Khosravi, Senior Vice President of International Newsgathering for CNN Worldwide
CNN colleagues reflect on photojournalist Margaret Moth, who was nearly killed by a sniper's bullet in 1992. (Part 1)
As she makes her directorial debut, Jolie asks critics to wait and see for themselves
Former Bosnian leader Ejup Ganic will leave London for Sarajevo, Bosnia, on Wednesday, a day after a British court ruled that he not be extradited to Serbia.
Simply put, Margaret Moth made an impression.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic finally took the stand Monday at the U.N.'s international tribunal at The Hague to defend himself against genocide charges stemming from the 1992-1995 Bosnian conflict.
Spanish police have arrested a man wanted for war crimes during the Bosnian conflict from 1992 to 1995, the Interior Ministry said in a statement Tuesday.
The former vice president of Bosnia was arrested Monday in London on a request from Serbia, where he is wanted for conspiracy to murder and breach of the Geneva Convention.
The United Nations declared its support Monday for the traditional Olympic Truce ahead of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, which begin Friday.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Biljana Plavsic was released from prison in Sweden Tuesday, after serving two thirds of an 11-year sentence for crimes against humanity.
After competing in the 1984 Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, as a member of Team Canada, I made USA Today's quote of the day by commenting on the notion of pro hockey players participating in the Olympics. In 25 years, a lot has changed -- not the least of which is there is no longer a Yugoslavia and NHL stars now dominate the Games. My old opinion, and my published quote, have vanished.
DETROIT -- Michigan State assistant Dwayne Stephens chalks it up to basketball IQ. How else could he explain how Spartans center Goran Suton can watch a shot in flight, quickly calculate its trajectory against the stiffness of the rim or the elasticity of the glass in the backboard and move to the exact spot where the rebound will land? "He's not a very good athlete," Stephens said. "He doesn't have long arms. But he just finds a way to be in the right place at the right time."
European Union peacekeepers in Bosnia on Tuesday raided homes belonging to family members of Ratko Mladic, the highest-ranking figure still at large from the Balkan conflict in the mid 1990s, Serbian media reported.
Serbian police are conducting another search for war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic and another fugitive, the office of the war crimes prosecutor in Belgrade said Friday.
No one teaches reporters how to cover a war, much less wars that include genocide. Most of us rely on the wisdom of experienced colleagues and a lot of on-the-job training.
A child of Holocaust survivors, author Leon Wieseltier talks about the world's response to genocide with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
Markale market is awash in the lush oranges, reds, greens and yellows of fresh fruit and vegetables. But 16 years ago, when the Bosnian war broke out, produce disappeared from the stalls of Sarajevo, and some days the only color was blood red.
Richard Holbrooke, who helped brokered peace in Bosnia, tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour how far the country has come.
Richard Holbrooke first visited Bosnia in 1992 as a private citizen.
Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, Slobodan Milosevic. They are household names, infamous for masterminding genocide. But who were the foot soldiers who did the dirty work?
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Former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic appeared in a war crimes court for the first time Thursday and claimed irregularities in his arrest.
Former Bosnian leader Radovan Karadzic will fight extradition from Serbia on war crime charges, his lawyer said Tuesday.
The man who ravaged Bosnia in the name of Greater Serbia is finally caught, not by NATO but by the country he once served
Shadows loom over a commemoration of the Srebrenica massacre. CNN's Robin Oakley reports.
Radovan Karadzic's arrest after a decade-long hunt is the equivalent of catching Europe's Osama bin Laden, the U.S. diplomat who brokered peace in Bosnia says.
CNN's Paula Newton speaks to a Hague Tribunal spokeswoman about what's next for Radovan Karadzic.
Analysis: The arrest of Bosnian war criminal Radovan Karadzic underscores the West's inability to stop genocide
The arrest of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic leaves the former Bosnian Serb army commander -- Ratko Mladic -- as the most sought-after fugitive from the Balkan wars of the 1990s.
Serbia's war crimes prosecutor says a judge has ordered ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's transfer to the UN's war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands
Over the next few days, as we waited for the government to decide whether or not to let us into Darfur, we did the rounds of aid agencies -- UNHCR, WFP, OCHA.
The city of Mostar lies at a crossroads of cultures: just inland from the Adriatic coast, in the southern part of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Mostar -- where Orthodox Serbs, Catholic Croats and Muslim Bosniaks had lived in seeming harmony before the war, then suffered horribly when its warring neighborhoods turned the city into a killing zone -- provided me with one of the richest experiences of my travel year.
Hundreds of Bosnian-Serb demonstrators broke away from a peaceful rally in Banja Luka on Tuesday and headed for the U.S. Embassy's office there, clashing with police along the way, a police spokesman said.
In Kosovo, thousands of Serbs peacefully demonstrate against Kosovo's secession from Serbia.
Angry demonstrators protesting Kosovo's independence from Serbia attacked the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade on Thursday, throwing rocks, breaking windows and setting fires.
Olympic champion ice skater Scott Hamilton and his wife, Tracie, celebrated the birth of their second son on Monday at a Tennessee hospital, the couple confirmed exclusively to PEOPLE.
Croatia beat Bosnia 5-3 in an entertaining friendly on Wednesday, although the game was marred by crowd trouble before and during the match.
I spent eight days in New Orleans, reporting on sports in that city two years after Hurricane Katrina. It wasn't the first time I'd mopped up on a big story.
Olympic champion figure skater Scott Hamilton and his wife Tracie are expecting their second child, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The true story of Daniel and Mariane Pearl is admirable and well-made, but cruelly reminds us that we cannot alter the course of history
Britain is withdrawing more than 600 troops from Bosnia and Herzegovina, a move that basically ends 15 years of a "continuous UK military presence" in the Balkan country, the Defense Ministry said on Thursday.
Political refugees flee the worst places on earth to launch businesses in America.
LIKE MOST ENTREPRENEURS, Hajia Kangame rarely dwells on the past. She stays plenty busy running her San Diego handicraft business and raising four daughters. But Kangame, 37, will never forget the ...
The Bosnian FA (NFSBIH) has dismissed national team coach Blaz Sliskovic and the coaches of all its other representative sides after a poor start to the Euro 2008 qualifying campaign.
France coach Raymond Domenech has picked Julien Faubert of Bordeaux to replace injured David Trezeguet for the Euro 2008 Group B qualifier against world champions Italy on Wednesday.
France coach Raymond Domenech has criticised Vikash Dhorasoo after discovering the Paris St Germain midfielder was planning a documentary film on the World Cup runners-up.
Dragan Zelenovic, a Bosnian Serb wanted by the U.N. war crimes tribunal for atrocities committed during the Bosnian war last decade was to appear before a Sarajevo court late Friday morning, a spokesman for the prosecutor's office said.
Top war crimes fugitive Gen. Ratko Mladic remains at large despite rumors of his capture, according to the United Nations chief prosecutor.
Louisiana officials working to identify the last 170 unknown victims of Hurricane Katrina are getting help from seasoned Bosnian DNA experts.
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When I was in college, my brother killed himself. He woke up from a nap and leaped off the balcony of my mom's penthouse apartment.
In 1984 figure skater Scott Hamilton wowed the world with his intricate footwork and perfect jumps in winning the gold medal at the Olympic Games in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. The diminutive athlete dominated the sport in the 1980s, also winning four world figure skating championships.
Radovan Karadzic, the former Bosnian-Serb leader, is accused of having been responsible for running concentration-style detention camps, and the massacre at the NATO so-called safe haven of Srebrenica.
Ratko Mladic, the former commander of the Bosnian Serb army, is charged with the July 1995 massacre at Srebrenica of 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
Spain's World Cup qualifying hopes are in the balance after being held to a goalless draw by Group Seven rivals Serbia and Montenegro in Belgrade.
The European Union has formally taken over peacekeeping duties in Bosnia and Herzegovina, replacing NATO's Stabilization Force.
The city of Mostar, a symbol like Sarajevo of the bloody end of Yugoslavia, is celebrating the reopening of its rebuilt 16th century bridge that some hope can help reconcile Muslims and Croats.
Hundreds of Bosnian Serbs have been protesting after two people were wounded by NATO troops hunting war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic.
Government leaders and heads of state have been paying their last respects to Macedonia's late president, Boris Trajkovski, who died last week in a plane crash.
Rescuers have recovered the body of Macedonia's president and eight others killed in a plane crash in a remote and mountainous region of Bosnia, a NATO spokesman has said.
News that Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic is living in Belgrade, according to war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte, has put the spotlight back on the U.N.'s most wanted man.
NATO-led peacekeepers captured the former bodyguard to Radovan Karadzic, the ex-Bosnian Serb leader wanted by a U.N. war crimes tribunal for a 1995 massacre of 8,000 men and boys.
A senior U.N. prosecutor has said a lack of political will by the West means genocide suspect Radovan Karadzic is unlikely ever to be arrested.
Fans of Radovan Karadzic have taunted NATO after a failed manhunt for the genocide suspect, saying "our people" would keep him from the clutches of the West.
NATO-led peacekeepers have been continuing their intensive search for indicted war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic in a Bosnian Serb stronghold.
NATO forces launched a "large-scale operation" Saturday morning in Bosnia to hunt for a wanted war crimes suspect, according to a spokesman with the NATO Stabilization Force.
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