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Police arrest suspected murderer of Serbian leader

The man suspected of murdering Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic has been arrested by police, his successor Zoran Zivkovic said. Zvezdan Jovanovic was suspected of “shooting at Zoran Djindjic” on March 12 in Belgrade. He was identified and detained on Monday, Zivkovic said. Jovanovic, 38, was until recently deputy commander of Serbian special police units (JSO). “Police have also found a weapon, a Heckler and Koch (rifle) presumed to have been used in shooting of Djindjic,” he added. Another JSO member suspected of being involved in the assassination was also arrested, while the unit’s commander, Dusan Maricic, has been removed from his post and detained because of alleged links with a group accused of being behind the murder, Zivkovic said. Full Story

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