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Daniel Sunter
5 Dec 05
Hawkish Pristina Corps commander’s by-the-book attitude took him to the top – and kept him there through war and revolution.
Daniel Sunter
17 Nov 05
Landmark case sent for re-trial raising further doubts about Serbia’s ability to try war crimes.
Daniel Sunter
17 Nov 05
Lazarevic’s decision to go to The Hague will help Serbia’s standing in Europe - but fugitive general Ratko Mladic has to follow him.
Daniel Sunter
17 Nov 05
Sreten Lukic arrives in The Hague after months of wrangling over his health.
Daniel Sunter
17 Nov 05
After surviving years of tumultuous Belgrade politics, the Serbian general has ended up in a Hague cell.
Daniel Sunter
17 Nov 05
Prosecutors have promised to charge within months those responsible for the mass killings of Kosovo Albanians.
Daniel Sunter
10 Nov 05
Since 1991 Slobodan Milosevic has showered money and top of the range military equipment - including armoured vehicles and heavy ground attack aircraft - on his special police units, and deployed them between him and his political opponents.
Daniel Sunter
10 Nov 05
Financial exigencies may finally do to the Yugoslav regular military what NATO seemingly failed to do this summer - substantially reduce its numbers.
Daniel Sunter
10 Nov 05
On December 7, the opposition Serbian Renewal Movement announced plans to form a special unit to 'counter the threat of state terrorism'. They have a military-sounding name - the Falcons - but they don't have guns. Yet.
Daniel Sunter
10 Nov 05
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic cherishes a dream of a military axis stretching east from Belgrade to Beijing. But his ambition rests on the future of other would-be presidents - including George Bush Jr. and Gennady Zyuganov.

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