7 February 2002 BELGRADE, 24 January (Vreme)--Speculation is mounting in Serbia that the former Yugoslav president Zoran Lilic may be called to testify against Slobodan Milosevic. Recently the Yugoslav press published information that Lilic was "taking intensive English classes," "had spent New Year's Eve at The Hague," and is "the protected witness [known as] K-3" […]

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