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Serb chief says sorry to Croats

A Serbian rebel leader from the early stages of the 90s wars in the former Yugoslavia was convicted of ethnic persecution yesterday after delivering an unprecedented apology to his “brother Croats”. Milan Babic was a Croatian Serb dentist and the political leader of the Serb insurrection against Croatian rule in 1991. In a plea bargain with the prosecution that was accepted by the international war crimes tribunal in The Hague yesterday, he was found guilty on one count of crimes against humanity. Four graver charges, including murder, were dropped. Before being found guilty, Babic delivered an unusual declaration of remorse and apologised to the Croatian victims of the ethnic cleansing he helped orchestrate. Full Story

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