Serbia police search Mladic's home
A total of 10 people alleged to have helped the former Bosnian Serb military leader evade arrest have been detained this week. Mladic is sought by a U.N. tribunal on genocide and crimes against humanity charges in the former Yugoslavia.
Police cars, marked and unmarked, streaked through Belgrade's Banovo Brdo district and officers searched Mladic's house and those of his neighbors, B92 radio said. A company run by Mladic's son Darko was also searched.
A toll-free telephone line was opened Friday for people who could offer any information about Mladic's whereabouts.
Carla Del Ponte, chief prosecutor of the U.N. tribunal in The Hague, visited Sarajevo on Friday and called the police efforts in Belgrade a "public show for locals."
Wednesday, the European Union called off association talks with Serbia-Montenegro in protest of Belgrade's failure to hand Mladic over The Hague tribunal by April 30, as the country's leaders had promised. EU officials said talks could resume once Mladic is in tribunal custody.