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Serbia arrested Europe’s most fugitive Ratko Mladic on Thursday. Mladic, 69, was wanted for by the International Criminal Court in The Hague. He was by Serbian police in a town in the of the country after being on the for 16 years. Reports are he lived in a relative’s house with the name Milorad Komodic. Serbia’s authorities will send him to The Hague, where he will trial in front of the war crimes tribunal. The capture of Mladic is to help Serbia’s bid to the European Union.

He faces many charges, including the killing of 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica in 1995. He also the 3-year siege of Sarajevo, in up to 10,000 civilians were killed. Mladic appeared in in Belgrade later Thursday. His , Milos Saljic, said he was in a "difficult psychological and physical ", and that he was having answering questions. A spokeswoman for of the Srebrenica victims said: "After 16 years of waiting, for us, the victims' families, this is a ."

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