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Court releases 'wrong' suspect

A judge at the war crimes tribunal at The Hague has released a Kosovo Albanian man after the prosecution admitted he was not the suspect charged last week. Agim Murtezi had been accused of war crimes, including the torture and murder of Serb and Albanian prisoners in the late 1990s. But Judge Liu Daqun ordered his release on Friday after the prosecution said doubts existed “over the true identity of the prisoner” since his arrest 10 days ago. Mr Murtezi had been arrested with Haradin Balaj and Isak Musliu – former members of the disbanded guerrilla group the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). They were the first Albanians to be charged by The Hague tribunal. Mr Murtezi initially pleaded not guilty to the seven charges against him. Full Story

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