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In pictures: Karadzic detained

A recent photo of Radovan Karadzic at an undisclosed location

Captured war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic was working in an alternative medical clinic in Belgrade, sporting a long white beard, and calling himself Dragan Dabic, Serbian officials have said.

Police car outside special court in Belgrade, Serbia

News that the former Bosnian Serb leader had been arrested by Serbian security services near Serbia's capital was announced late on Monday.

A business card reportedly used by Radovan Karadzic

The writing in Serbian on a business card - reportedly used by Mr Karadzic in his alternative medicine practice - reads: "Quantum, spiritual energetic medicine, reiki."

A recent photo of Radovan Karadzic at an undisclosed location

Mr Karadzic has been described as "a highly cultural, tolerant man, with a good sense of humour" by Healthy Magazine's editor Goran Kojic. He contributed regularly to the magazine as 'Dragan Dabic'.

Serbian police guard the special court in Belgrade on 22 July 2008

The indicted war crimes suspect is now in detention at the special court in Belgrade, which is being guarded by special police.

Luka Karadzic and lawyer Svetozar Vujacic

His brother, Luka Karadzic (left), and his lawyer, Svetozar Vujacic, were seen in front of the court, amid reports that he could be transferred to The Hague war crimes tribunal within days.

Sarajevo crowd celebrates Mr Karadzic's arrest

Crowds in the streets of the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, celebrated news of the arrest of Mr Karadzic, who had been on the run for more than a decade.

Karadzic supporter led away by police in Belgrade

In Belgrade, Serbian police detained a number of Karadzic supporters outside the special court.

Front pages of Serbian newspapers

On Tuesday, news of the arrest dominated the front pages of Serbian newspapers.

Bosnian mother showing pictures of two sons killed at Srebrenica

Among other war crimes, Mr Karadzic has been indicted for the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica, where up to 8,000 Bosniak men were killed. He was the Bosnian Serb leader during the 1992-1995 war.

Serbian nationalist holds up pictures of Radovan Karadzic (left) and Ratko Mladic

Some nationalist Serbs still support Mr Karadzic and his military commander Ratko Mladic - another indicted war crimes suspect still on the run.

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