Body of ex-Serb president found

Slobodan Milosevic, the former leader of Yugoslavia, is to be questioned about the murder of a former president of Serbia, whose body was discovered yesterday, three years after he went missing, authorities in Belgrade announced.

Ivan Stambolic’s body was found in a grave on a mountain in northern Serbia. He had been shot twice. Four members of a special police unit loyal to Mr Milosevic have been arrested for the murder. The discovery of the body came during the investigation into the assassination of the prime minister, Zoran Djindjic, earlier this month. The interior minister, Dusan Mihajlovic, said Stambolic, Serbia’s president during the late 1980s, had been missing since August 2000 after being abducted while jogging in a park in Belgrade. Full Story

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