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Open wounds of Bosnia Herzegovina
 
Residents of the Bosnia Herzegovina city of Sarajevo welcomed the news of wartime Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic's arrest [AFP]
Relatives of victims at a funeral marking the Srebrenica massacre's 10th anniversary in Bosnia Herzegovina in July 2005 [Getty Images]
Karadzic was a close ally of Ratko Mladic, the wartime Bosnian Serb commander, who continues to be on the run [EPA]
Despite the passage of time, the wounds are still fresh for the survivors of the massacres of Muslims in Bosnia Herzegovina. [Getty Images]
Many Serbians oppose the arrests of wartime Bosnian Serb leaders charged with genocide by a UN tribunal at The Hague [AFP]
Karadzic managed to elude arrest for 13 years and, when he was held in Belgrade on Monday, he was sporting a New Age appearance [AFP]
Protests in Belgrade against Karadzic's arrest testified to his continued popularity among Serbian nationalists [AFP]
Karadzic, who was practising alternative medicine at the time of his arrest, faces charges of genocide and crimes against humanity [AFP]
A mass grave in Kamenica, one of the many left by the Srebrenica massacre allegedly masterminded by Karadzic [EPA]
Bosnian Muslims buried the remains of the Srebrenica victims during a funeral in 2003 [AFP]
A file photo shows Muslim Bosnian refugees from Srebrenica in March 1993 [AFP]
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