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YUGOSLAVIA MONTENEGRO WARCRIMES
RTR533 
January 06, 2002 
A STREET VENDOR IN PODGORICA SELLS CALENDARS WITH PICTURES OF FORMER
BOSNIAN SERB LEADERS RADOVAN KARADZIC... 
Podgorica, Yugoslavia 
A STREET VENDOR IN PODGORICA SELLS CALENDARS WITH PICTURES OF FORMER
BOSNIAN SERB LEADERS ... 
A STREET VENDOR IN PODGORICA SELLS CALENDARS WITH PICTURES OF FORMER
BOSNIAN SERB LEADERS RADOVAN KARADZIC AND RATKO MLADIC.


Street vendor sells calendars with pictures of former Bosnian Serb
leader Radovan Karadzic and former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic
to supporters in the centre of the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica
January 6, 2002. Officials at the U.N. tribunal have said some 37
people wanted for alleged atrocities during the bloody collapse of old
socialist Yugoslavia in the 1990s are still at large, including Serbian
President Milan Milutinovic and wartime Bosnian Serb leaders Karadzic
and Mladic. Most are believed to be in Bosnia's Serb Republic or in
present-day Yugoslavia, a federation of Serbia and Montenegro.
REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic REUTERS 
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