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Serbian war crimes fugitive arrested in France

A member of a Serbian paramilitary unit that videotaped the execution of Bosnian Muslims near Srebrenica in 1995 has been arrested in France. Full story

Israel clears way for extradition attempt of Serb

An Israeli judge on Wednesday cleared the way for Israeli prosecutors to try to extradite a former Bosnian Serb soldier back to his homeland to face genocide charges. Full story

Police arrest Srebrenica genocide suspect

Bosnian officials say police have arrested a suspect who allegedly took part in the worst mass-killing in Europe since the Nazi era — the Srebrenica massacre of 8,000 Muslim Bosniak men and boys. Full story

Serbian war criminal assaulted in U.K. prison

A British newspaper reports that Radislav Krstic had his throat slashed by three Muslim inmates. Full story

U.S. ex-general ‘sorry’ for Dutch gay comments

A retired American general has apologized for a remark suggesting that gay Dutch soldiers were partly to blame for the Srebrenica massacre by Serb soldiers in Bosnia. Full story

Dutch outraged over general's gay troops statement

   Rachel Maddow reads some reactions by Dutch officials to the accusaion by former Marine General John Sheehan that the allowance of gays in the Dutch military contributed to making the massacre at Srebrenica possible.

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