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Serbia tries PM murder suspects

The trial of 15 people charged with direct involvement in the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic has begun in Belgrade. The alleged gunman is in the dock, but the man believed to have masterminded the murder remains at large. The trial is being held in a maximum security courtroom, with bulletproof glass protecting the dock. Mr Djindjic, a pro-Western reformist, was killed in March by suspected gangsters with paramilitary links. The trial was adjourned until Tuesday after lawyers for the defendants said they had not been given access to all documents and needed more time to prepare. They demanded that the three judges and the prosecutor be taken off the case. Full Story

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