2 April 2001The former Yugoslav president is taken into custody, but not without some drama. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia–In what many Yugoslav citizens hope is his final curtain call, former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was arrested at his Dedinje villa on 31 March, after a tense standoff in which he threatened to kill himself and his family. […]

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