NATO-led troops in Bosnia-Herzegovina have raided the home of the son of fugitive war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic
Alliance spokesman Derek Chapell says troops in Pale searched the residence of Sasa Karadzic and questioned those inside as they sought information about the suspect and his support network. Wednesday the soldiers raided the home of the suspect's wife, Ljiljana Zelen-Karadzic, in the village, east of Sarajevo.
Though NATO handed over peacekeeping duties in Bosnia to a European Union force in December, it has kept some troops there to help search for war crimes suspects and deal with terrorism.
The United Nations war crimes tribunal indicted Mr. Karadzic and his top military commander, General Ratko Mladic, in 1995 for their roles in attacks on civilians during the Bosnian conflict. Both men remain at large.
Some information for this report provided by AFP and AP.