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U.N. tribunal moves suspects to Sarajevo

The U.N.’s Yugoslav war crimes tribunal sent two Bosnian Serb suspects to Sarajevo on Tuesday to be tried for allegedly beating detainees in a notorious detention camp during the Bosnian war. Mitar Rasevic and Savo Todorovic were charged by the tribunal, based in The Hague, Netherlands, with the persecution, murder, torture, illegal imprisonment and enslavement of Bosnian Muslims from 1992 to 1994 at the prison camp in Foca, southeastern Bosnia. Full Story

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