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NATO arrests Bosnian Serb for assisting war crimes fugitives

[JURIST] NATO troops Friday arrested former Bosnian Serb policeman Dusan Tesic for allegedly assisting suspected war crimes fugitives. NATO believes Tesic has information on a network that helps fugitives evade the law. NATO did not release the names of those Tesic is believed to have aided; he was previously detained for questioning regarding Bosnian-Serb leaders Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, who have been indicted by the international war crimes tribunal on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity. BBC News has more.

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