Migrants move into Radovan Karadzic's apartment

At least five migrants have moved into Radovan Karadzic's apartment in Sarajevo, Bosnia-based media are reporting.

Source: B92, Tanjug

These reports quote neighbors who said the migrants broke into one of the apartments on the ground floor of a building where Karadzic's wife has her apartment, and then into another, where the family lived until the spring of 1992.

The neighbors claim they saw the migrants break into "one of the apartments" and stayed there.

According to media reports, "nobody has yet called the police."

Karadzic was the political leader of Serbs during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, who is currently appealing the guilty verdict passed against him by the Hague Tribunal on charges of war crimes.


Air Albania launches Tirana-Pristina flights

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has announced that the Albanian national flag carrier, Air Albania, is going to set up flights from Tirana to Pristina.

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