Karadžić [ k uh- rah-jich, kahr- uh- ] SHOW IPA / kəˈrɑ dʒɪtʃ, ˈkɑr ə- / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Ra·do·van born 1945, [ rah-d uh-vahn], /ˈrɑ dəˌvɑn/, Bosnian Serb political leader, indicted as a war criminal 1995.
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How to use Karadžić in a sentence
Though Radovan Karadzic was not voted into office (indicted war criminals were not permitted to run), his ideas were.
In all, Karadzic is the subject of 11 charges before the International Criminal Tribunal in the Hague.
Yet Karadzic, 67, posed before the court as a figure of refinement and learning, incapable of such crimes.
In 1993, Mike came to Bosnia to interview Radovan Karadzic, the Serb psychopath.
British Dictionary definitions for Karadžić noun Radovan (ˈrædəvæn). born 1945, Bosnian Serb political leader during the Bosnian war (1992–95); evaded capture until arrested in 2008; currently being tried on charges of genocide and war crimes by an international criminal tribunal at The Hague
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