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Serb PM Shot, Undergoing Emergency Operation

Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic was fatally shot Wednesday in front of the main government building in Belgrade, sources said. Djindjic, 50, was taken to a Belgrade hospital after the shooting. He was hit in the chest by two large caliber sniper bullets fired from a distance, a police source said. Djindjic had narrowly escaped injury in another incident last month when a truck suddenly swerved out of its lane toward a convoy of cars — one of which was carrying the prime minister. Djindjic then suggested the near-miss could have been linked to efforts by his government to stamp out organized crime which flourished during the rule of former President Slobodan Milosevic. Full Story

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