The deadline for Radovan Karadzic to appeal over his transfer to the UN war crimes tribunal passed at 2200 GMT on Friday night, but it remains unclear as to whether or not his lawyer posted an appeal in time.
The land of Srebrenica in Bosnia is still churning out the bodies of its inhabitants, allegedly massacred in 1995 by the soldiers of Karadzic and Mladic. For the past seven years, forensic experts have sought to identify the remains.
Posters supporting Bosnian Serb war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic appeared in Visegrad, Bosnia on Thursday, as he awaits transfer to the International Criminal Tribunal. Karadzic was long wanted for his role in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
While residents in Sarajevo celebrate Radovan Karadizc’s arrest, the atmosphere in the tiny city of Pale is far from festive. Many in the former Bosnian Serb leader's stronghold think he should not have been arrested.
More than a decade after the massacre in Srebrenica, a group of women have organised to seek justice in memory of the victims. The recent arrest of Radovan Karadzic has brought relief to the group, but the struggle is far from over.
European leaders praised Serbia for the arrest of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic but remained hesitant to take further steps towards Serbia's EU membership. They urged Belgrade to deliver war crime suspect Ratko Mladic.