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Looking for Karadzic: A Maggie O'Kane Investigation
Looking for Karadzic: A Maggie O'Kane Investigation
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is an international fugitive, one of the most wanted men in the world.

Charged with leading the slaughter of thousands of Bosnian Muslims and Croats, he has twice been indicted by The Hague for war crimes.

Just weeks ago he narrowly evaded capture when Nato forces swooped on an enclave in Republika Srbska.

In a special Correspondent investigation, Maggie O'Kane, the Guardian's celebrated war correspondent, goes in search of Karadzic, talking to his relatives, supporters and former secret service operatives in an attempt to hunt down Europe's most wanted.

Looking for Karadzic: A Maggie O'Kane Investigation, Sunday 19 May 2002 on BBC Two at 19.15 BST

Reporter: Maggie O'Kane
Producer: Fiona Lloyd-Davies
Series Producer: Simon Finch
Editor: Fiona Murch

Interactive forum: Maggie O'Kane and Anthony Borden, Executive Director of Institute of War & Peace Reporting, answered your questions in a live interactive forum following the programme.

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