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Alleged Djindjic Assassin Surrenders

The alleged mastermind of the March 2003 assassination of Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic surrendered to Serbian police on Sunday after a year on the run, national security chief Miroslav Milosevic said. He told state RTS television that Milorad Lukovic, known as Legija, had given himself up in a house in a Belgrade city suburb. He added that the suspect was under the influence of alcohol. Djindijc, a pro-Western reformist who helped topple former Yugoslav strongman Slobodan Milosevic, was killed by a sniper in central Belgrade on March 12 outside government offices. Full Story

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