25 May 2001 BELGRADE–Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, who is in custody in a Belgrade prison, refused a visit on 23 May by Sonja Biserko, the head of Serbian chapter of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights. Biserko was one of the most agile critics of human rights abuses under the Milosevic regime. “They should […]

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