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Serb Killing Suspect Says Confession Forced

The man accused in the 2003 assassination of Serbia’s prime minister said Monday he was forced to sign a confession saying he was the gunman. Zvezdan Jovanovic, a veteran Serb fighter of the 1990s Balkan wars, accused police interrogators and officials of pressuring him into signing a statement that he fired the bullet that in March 2003 killed Zoran Djindjic, Serbia’s first democratic leader since World War II. Full Story

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