You can read five articles for free this month if you register

REGISTER NOW

Register for free to read more articles every month.
Find out about our membership plans.

Already a member? Please log in here.

You are reading the last article for free this month if you don't register

REGISTER NOW

Register for free to read 5 articles from the past month.
Find out about our membership plans.

Already a member? Please log in here.

You have one more article for free this month if you don't register

REGISTER NOW

Register for free to read more.
Find out about our membership plans.

Already a member? Please log in here.

You have 2 more articles for free this month if you don't register.

REGISTER NOW

Register for free to read more.
Find out about our membership plans.

Already a member? Please log in here.

Accessing the site via a library or a company subscription? There's no need to register but you may need to contact your institution to obtain login details. Dismiss this message by clicking "X Close" button.

Posted inRegions, Southeastern Europe

Yugoslav Suicides Raises Hague Issues

by by Dragana Matovic, Vladimir Sudar, Jovica Krtinic, and Vladimir Radomirovic BELGRADE, 16 April (Reporter)–Two suicides last week in Belgrade and Madrid have stirred up relations between leading politicians in Serbia and Yugoslavia, and affected the attitudes of some politicians toward the Hague Tribunal. On 11 April, Serbian former Interior Minister Vlajko Stojiljkovic shot himself […]