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Call for release of war crime suspect

About 2,000 ultranationalists gathered in Belgrade yesterday to mark the 10th anniversary since their leader surrendered to a UN war crimes tribunal to face charges of inciting Serb atrocities in the Balkan wars of the early 1990s.

Supporters of Vojislav Seselj’s extremist Serbian Radical Party demanded the release of Seselj from custody.

 
 
 

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