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Former chief of Serbian secret police goes on trial in The Hague

Slobodan Milosevic is dead, but a new trial of his regime has begun with the prosecution of the former chief of his secret police, once considered the second most powerful man in Serbia. The defendant, Jovica Stanisic, whose trial at the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague began Monday, was one of Milosevic’s closest aides during Serbia’s 1990s wars against Croatia and Bosnia, and prosecutors have presented him as the key strategist of the wars that were often fought through covert and violent police campaigns. Full Story

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