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Attackers drug sister of murdered Serb leader

Two men attacked the sister of the assassinated Serbian prime minister Zoran Djindjic, an investigating judge said yesterday. Two unidentified men burst into the house of Gordana Djindjic-Filipovic, at about 10pm on Saturday and injured her with a “sharp object in the arm” said Judge Dragan Obradovic. The authorities were treating the incident as possibly “attempted murder”, he said. The victim described her attackers as two black-clad men, one of whom was wearing a motorcycle helmet. The Interior Ministry said the men demanded a “certain list that she knew nothing about” and then forcefully injected her with a substance that caused her to collapse. Full Story

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