FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 file handout photo from Spain's Interior Ministry, war crimes suspect, Veselin Vlahovic, before he was extradited from Spain. A court in Bosnia on Friday, March 29, 2013, convicted a Montenegrin man of multiple counts of murder, torture, rape and looting during Bosnia’s 1992-95 war, and sentenced him to 45 years in prison _ the highest sentence ever issued in the country. Judge Zoran Bozic said that Veselin Vlahovic, killed 31 people, raped a number of Bosniak and Croat women and tortured and robbed non-Serb residents of a Sarajevo suburb while fighting for the Bosnian Serbs. Among other crimes, the judge described how Vlahovic cut the throats of two brothers in front of their mother, then killed her and raped the men’s wives. (AP Photo/Spain's Interior Ministry, File)

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FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 file handout photo from Spain's Interior Ministry,  war crimes suspect, Veselin Vlahovic, before he was extradited from Spain. A court in Bosnia on Friday, March 29, 2013, convicted a Montenegrin man of multiple counts of murder, torture, rape and looting during Bosnia’s 1992-95 war, and sentenced him to 45 years in prison _ the highest sentence ever issued in the country.  Judge Zoran Bozic said that Veselin Vlahovic, killed 31 people, raped a number of Bosniak and Croat women and tortured and robbed non-Serb residents of a Sarajevo suburb while fighting for the Bosnian Serbs. Among other crimes, the judge described how Vlahovic cut the throats of two brothers in front of their mother, then killed her and raped the men’s wives.  (AP Photo/Spain's Interior Ministry, File)
FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 file handout photo from Spain's Interior Ministry, war crimes suspect, Veselin Vlahovic, before he was extradited from Spain. A court in Bosnia on Friday, March 29, 2013, convicted a Montenegrin man of multiple counts of murder, torture, rape and looting during Bosnia’s 1992-95 war, and sentenced him to 45 years in prison _ the highest sentence ever issued in the country. Judge Zoran Bozic said that Veselin Vlahovic, killed 31 people, raped a number of Bosniak and Croat women and tortured and robbed non-Serb residents of a Sarajevo suburb while fighting for the Bosnian Serbs. Among other crimes, the judge described how Vlahovic cut the throats of two brothers in front of their mother, then killed her and raped the men’s wives. (AP Photo/Spain's Interior Ministry, File)
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