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Milosevic Denies Rival's Murder

Slobodan Milosevic has denied any involvement in the 2000 murder of a rival and any links with those accused of killing Serbia’s prime minister. In a handwritten letter, published by a newspaper, the former Yugoslav leader also condemned his trial for war crimes at The Hague, which re-opens on Monday. Mr Milosevic, who turned 62 last week, is charged with more than 60 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. “Just as this fake Hague court, an obvious fiasco, is a tool of war against me, my nation and country, so are these latest accusations (by Belgrade),” he said. Full Story

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