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Milosevic wife flees to Russia as police examine links to ex-president's murder

Mira Markovic has absconded to Russia and is likely to face an international arrest warrant in connection with political murders ordered by her husband Slobodan Milosevic’s regime, the Serbian authorities said at the weekend. The former first lady of Serbia, widely viewed as the most powerful influence on her husband throughout his 13-year rule, vanished from Serbia last month, the interior ministry said after arresting several of her bodyguards and senior officials from the fundamentalist communist party she led. Ms Markovic is wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of the former Serbian president Ivan Stambolic, whose corpse was found last week after he disappeared in Belgrade in August 2000. Full Story

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