Posted by WReporter
on May 27th, 2011 in Opinion
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Belgrade, police detained about 35 people that came to the rally against the arrest of former Bosnian Serb leader Ratko Mladic, reported local media.
In addition, mass arrests took place in Novi Sad. There had been arrested 20 members rally in support of R. Mladic. Demonstrators tried to storm the building of state television RTS and the separation of the ruling party – “The Democratic Party of Serbia”.
Also, protests were held in cities Arandzhelovats, Cacak, Kralevo and Zrenyanin.
R. Mladic, was arrested May 26 by Serbian police. He is accused by the International Tribunal for War Crimes in Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the organization of ethnic cleansing during the Bosnian war of 1992 and 1995. R. Mladic’s arrest is a condition of entry of Serbia into the European Union.
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War Crimes Fugitive Mladic Arrested in Serbia