A MAN suspected of masterminding last year’s assassination of Serbia’s prime minister has surrendered to police.
SERBIA’S "trial of the century" opened yesterday as Zvezdan Jovanovic, the alleged sniper who fired two shots that killed the Serbian prime minister, Zoran Djindjic, in March, was led handcuffed into court under unprecedented security measures.
SERBIAN police have arrested two officials close to ex-Yugoslav president Vojislav Kostunica in their probe into the killing of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic.
SERBIAN police have arrested a former army chief as part of the crackdown after the assassination of the prime minister, Zoran Djindjic.
SLOBODAN Milosevic’s wife has refused to return immediately to Serbia for questioning about the slaying of a former Serbian president, the couple’s daughter was quoted as saying yesterday.
SERBIAN police yesterday fatally shot two men described as the top suspects in the assassination of Zoran Djindjic, the prime minister, the government said.
SERBIAN police have arrested a man they suspect was the sniper who killed the country’s prime minister, Zoran Djindjic.
PROMISING a "fierce fight" against criminal gangs, a top official said yesterday about 1,000 people have been arrested following the assassination of Serbia’s prime minister, Zoran Djindjic.
SERBIA’S parliament yesterday elected Zoran Djindjic’s close associate to succeed him as prime minister, while the hunt for the reformist leader’s assassins produced over 750 arrests.
POLICE hunting the killers of the Serbian prime minister raided the home of a slain underworld boss yesterday and arrested his widow, the Balkan republic’s most popular folk singer.
SERBIA’S likely new prime minister has vowed to keep the country on the course of pro-democracy reforms as charted by his murdered predecessor Zoran Djindjic.
THE man likely to become Serbia’s new prime minister yesterday pledged to keep the country on the course of pro-democracy reforms charted by his assassinated predecessor, Zoran Djindjic.
TWO of Slobodan Milosevic’s former senior security chiefs are among 40 people detained by Serbian police searching for the killers of the prime minister, Zoran Djindjic.