Bosnian Muslim reacts to arrest of Ratko Mladic

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Europe's most wanted war-crimes suspect has been arrested.

Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb military leader, is wanted by The Hague tribunal on genocide and war-crimes charges.

Jasmina Mameledzija, a Bosnian Muslim who lives in Sarajevo and works for Arabic television channel al-Jazeera, told BBC Radio 5 live reaction in her neighbourhood was "justice has been served".

"Everyone feels a huge, huge relief," Ms Mameledzija told Shelagh Fogarty. "Everyone is looking forward to seeing him finally sitting in the court."

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Shelagh Fogarty broadcasts Monday - Friday 1200 - 1400 on BBC Radio 5 live.

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