Peacekeepers search homes of Radovan Karadzic's family and neighbour
EU forces are searching these homes to find information of Bosnia's most-wanted war crimes suspect
27 March 2008
PALE - Officials say European Union forces supported by NATO are searching the homes of the family and a neighbour of Bosnia's most-wanted war crimes suspect, Radovan Karadzic.
Troops began simultaneous searches at 5 a.m. at the homes of Karadzic's wife, Ljiljana, his daughter, Sonja, and his neighbor Smiljka Popov.
The aim is to find material or information that may help in the ongoing search for war-crimes suspects and to put pressure on networks that support them, says Lt. Philip Treloar, the spokesman for the European Union Force, EUFOR, at the site.
[Copyright AP 2008]