Once the world's most wanted man, the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by U.N. judges and sentenced to 40 years in prison, March 24, 2016.
Judges at the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague ruled on 11 charges, including one count of genocide in parts of Bosnia. The court has yet to rule on a count of genocide in Srebrenica, the worst atrocity seen in Europe since World War II. The 1995 Srebrenica massacre involved the deaths of around 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
Karadzic is one of the notorious figures of the Bosnian War. Former Serbian President Slobodoan Milosevic died in custody and Ratko Mladic, who was commander of Serb forces in Srebrenica, is still in jail at the tribunal awaiting sentencing.
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Karadzic stands in the courtroom, where he refused to enter a plea, during his initial appearance at the U.N.'s Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands, July 31, 2008. Karadzic appeared to face charges of genocide and crimes against humanity. Prosecutors allege he masterminded atrocities, including the Srebrenica massacre and siege of Sarajevo, during Bosnia's 1992-95 war.