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Serbia Opens Hi-Tech Court for War Crimes Trials

Serbian authorities, keen to show their determination to tackle the dark legacy of Slobodan Milosevic’s rule, opened a high security court on Friday to try suspects in war crimes and organized crime cases. “Over and above our intensive cooperation with The Hague tribunal we have created the conditions for war crimes trials in our country,” Prime Minister Zoran Zivkovic said at the opening. “Perpetrators of war crimes must be punished… No nationalistic idea can justify a war crime,” he said. The reformers who ousted Milosevic in October 2000 and handed him over to a United Nations court in 2001, have been eager to show they are meeting standards to join the European Union, including combating organized crime and corruption. Full Story

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