General Ratko Mladic, accompanied by an aide, and French UN security troops arrive at a UN sponsored meeting at Sarajevo's airport. (Michael Stravato/AP)
General Ratko Mladic salutes, followed by his senior aide General Milan Gvero Belgrade on March 26,1993. (PETAR KUJUNDZIC/REUTERS)
Bosnian Serb army commander Gen. Ratko Mladic monitors a battle against Muslim forces from his shelter on the top of a hill some 4 kilometres from the centre of eastern Bosnian city of Gorazde on April 16, 1994. (Reuters)
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and Bosnian Serb Army Commander Ratko Mladic sign an agreement on Dec. 19, 1994, for an immediate four-month ceasefire. (Emil Vas/Reuters)
Bosnian Serb army Commander Gen. Ratko Mladic travels in a helicopter near the eastern Bosnian town of Zepa in this July 29, 1995 file photo. (STR/REUTERS)
General Ratko Mladic hands out cans of beverages to Bosnian Muslims, refugees from Srebrenica, in the village of Potocari on July 13, 1995. (Reuters)
Bosnian Serb Army Commander General Ratko Mladic, right, plays a game of chess with First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Russian Army Gen. Vladimir Mihailovic Zurbenko in the Bosnian Serb stronghold of Banja Luka on Oct. 2, 1995. (Radivoje Pavicic/AP/Radivoje Pavicic/AP)
Gen. Ratko Mladic, indicted by The Hague Tribunal for war crimes in Bosnia, stands next to the coffin containing the remains of his logistics deputy, General Djordje Djukic, during the funeral in Belgrade on May 21, 1996. (Emil Vas/Reuters/Emil Vas/Reuters)
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