9 May 1998 Dinko Sakic, the former head of the concentration camp at Jasenovac run by the Ustasha, will most probably be delivered to Croatia next week — that is at least what Argentine authorities, which have accepted the Croatian demand for Sakic’s extradition for war crimes committed during 1942 and 1945, are claiming. This […]

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