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'Forty' held for Djindjic killing

About 40 members of a criminal gang have been arrested following Wednesday’s assassination of the pro-reformist Serbian Prime Minister, Zoran Djindjic. But Belgrade police chief Milan Obradovic said his troops were still looking for three key suspects, including the group’s alleged leader – a former commander of a special police unit, Milorad Lukovic. The arrests came during a state of emergency – under which some civil rights can be curtailed and the army takes over police duties. Hundreds of people have been queuing to sign a book of condolences near the scene of the murder. They have been laying flowers and lighting candles. The government has declared three days of mourning. Flags are flying at half mast and commemoration ceremonies are being held in Serbia on Thursday. Full Story

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