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Suspected Assassin of Serb Leader Pleads Not Guilty

The prime suspect in the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic appeared on Monday in a Belgrade court and denied involvement in the March 12, 2003, killing. The suspect, Milorad “Legija” Lukovic, also alleged on Monday that former members of Djindjic’s government had sanctioned heroin sales in Western Europe. Djindjic’s supporters rejected Lukovic’s charge of the alleged sale of more than 1,500 pounds of heroin from police vaults to drug dealers, according to Serbia’s Beta news agency. Lukovic presented no evidence to support the claim, the Reuters news agency reported from Belgrade. Full Story

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