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Milosevic Charged Over Killing of Rival

Charges have been filed against ex-Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic over the death of a former critic and rival. Serb police have also filed charges against eight others suspected of being involved in the killing of one-time president of Serbia, Ivan Stambolic. The body of Mr Stambolic – a friend turned foe of Mr Milosevic – was found last month buried in a ditch. He disappeared in August 2000. The charges have been sent to the Belgrade district prosecutor’s office which will investigate the case before deciding whether to issue indictments. Mr Milosevic’s wife, Mirjana Markovic, has been charged with incitement, according to Belgrade-based BKTV. She strongly denied having any involvement in the murder after a warrant was issued for her arrest earlier in the month. Full Story

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