Karadzic extradited to The Hague
After being arrested on 21 july Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic has been transfered to war tribunal court in the Hague. 63 years old former serbian leader was hiding for 13 years and had changed his appearance completly.He had grown a long beard and even had a ponytail. He led the Bosian serb secession in 1991 that triggered off ethnic war. He is indicted for crimes against humanity and accused of buthering thousands of Bosian mulims.
The former Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, has been flown from the Serbian capital Belgrade to the war-crimes tribunal in The Hague.
He was moved from a court building where he had been held since his arrest last week, after 13 years on the run.
He has been indicted for crimes against humanity and genocide relating to the Bosnian conflict of the 1990s.
His transfer comes hours after a rally attended by at least 10,000 supporters to protest at his arrest.
Clashes broke out between police and several hundred protesters during the final speeches at the rally organised by the hardline nationalist Radical Party.
Several people were injured as riot police fired tear gas at protesters armed with rocks and burning flares