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Dutch Affirm Milosevic’s Cause of Death

Dutch prosecutors concluded Wednesday that former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic died of a heart attack and was not killed while in U.N. custody, countering allegations by his family that he was slain. Milosevic, who was 64 and had a history of heart problems, was found dead in his cell on March 11, prompting allegations from his family and supporters that he had been poisoned or had died as a result of neglect by his U.N.-appointed doctors. The former Yugoslav leader had been on trial in The Hague, Netherlands, for genocide and crimes against humanity. Full Story

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