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Serb General Says He Won't Surrender to the Hague

Slobodan Milosevic’s old army chief was quoted Tuesday as saying he had nothing to answer for and would not surrender to the U.N. war crimes tribunal in The Hague. Nebojsa Pavkovic, chief of staff to the former hard-line Serbian president, said Serbian authorities were trying to persuade him and two other generals indicted for war crimes in the 1999 Kosovo war to surrender to the court, the daily newspaper Kurir reported. Closer ties with the West hinge on Serbia handing over suspects like Pavkovic, but arresting them may anger nationalists. The United States last week suspended at least $26 million in aid, citing inadequate cooperation with the court. Full Story

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