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Croats angry at war crimes sentences

Croatian officials criticized a U.N. court Friday for handing down what they called unacceptably light sentences for two Serb army officers convicted for their roles in a wartime massacre. A third was acquitted. Prime Minister Ivo Sanader asked that the U.N. Security Council review the work of The Hague-based tribunal. A rightist party and war veterans demanded that Croatia stop cooperating with it. The opposition Social Democrats said the credibility of the court was “eroded.” Full Story

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