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Accomplice in murder of Serbian warlord Arkan arrested in Vienna

One of the accomplices in the murder of Serbian warlord Arkan, a close aide to former Yugoslav strongman Slobodan Milosevic, has been arrested in Vienna, Austrian police have confirmed. Dragan Nikolic, who was sentenced in absentia to 15 years for the killing, was arrested on Tuesday in his Vienna apartment. Zlejko Raznatovic – better known as Arkan – won notoriety and a UN war crimes indictment for leading the feared Tigers paramilitary group through the wars in Croatia and Bosnia in the 1990s. He was gunned down, along with two bodyguards, in a hotel lobby in Belgrade in January 2000. The chief defendant in the murder, Dobrosav Gavric, was found guilty by a Belgrade court in October 2001 and jailed for 20 years. Nikolic, and another accomplice, Milan Djuricic, were tried by the same court in absentia and both sentenced to 15 years. Full Story

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