Mladic appeal against Hague extradition is rejected

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Serbia's war crimes court has rejected Ratko Mladic's appeal against his extradition to The Hague.

His lawyer had argued that he is too ill to stand trial on genocide and other charges.

General Mladic could now be put on a flight as early as Tuesday evening.

Mladic's lawyer says that if he is put on trial, the General will deny any participation in a genocide or massacre.

The BBC's Duncan Kennedy reports from Belgrade.

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