Sept 14 (Reuters) - Bosnian Serb war crimes fugitive Sredoje Lukic was in custody on Wednesday awaiting transfer to the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague.
His surrender leaves seven suspects still on the run, six ethnic Serbs and one Croat:
RADOVAN KARADZIC, 60 - Political leader of the Bosnian Serbs during the 1992-95 war, twice indicted on genocide charges, for the 43-month siege of Sarajevo in which around 12,000 people were killed, and for the Srebrenica massacre in which some 8,000 Muslim men and boys were killed.
RATKO MLADIC, 63 - The wartime commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, indicted on the same charges as Karadzic for Sarajevo and Srebrenica.
ANTE GOTOVINA, 49 - Croatian general, indicted in 2001 for crimes against humanity during the "Storm" offensive against rebel Serb enclaves in the last throes of Croatia's 1991-95 independence war.
ZDRAVKO TOLIMIR, 56 - Bosnian Serb aide to Mladic, indicted for crimes against humanity over the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
STOJAN ZUPLJANIN, 53 - Bosnian Serb aide to Karadzic, indicted for genocide in a western area of Bosnia known as Bosanska Krajina.
GORAN HADZIC, 47 - Croatian Serb local official, indicted for planning the murder and deportations of hundreds of non-Serbs in the self-declared Republic of Serbian Krajina in Croatia.
VLASTIMIR DJORDJEVIC, 59 - Serb police general, indicted for crimes against humanity for ordering the killings of Kosovo Albanian civilians in 1998-99. Known to have fled to Russia in 2001.
The United Nations court indicted 162 people for war crimes in the territory of the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Apart from the seven fugitives, 82 people are at various stages of trial, 32 are serving or have served their sentences, 36 cases were dropped and five found not guilty.