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Slobo Mounts His Defense
The trial of Yugoslavia's former president at the international war-crimes tribunal in the Hague opened with the prosecution furnishing gruesome details of the way Slobodan Milosevic is alleged to have purged former Yugoslavia of non-Serbs. Milosevic then spent two days justifying his actions — and will go into extra time for an hour-and-a-half this week — after which the prosecution will produce its first witness. Milosevic, who doesn't recognize the tribunal's legitimacy, is conducting his own defense and seems to consider attack the best form. With aggressive gestures, he called the...

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