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WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CSO 
March 18, 2006 
Serbian people climb the tree to get a glimpse of the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Serbian people climb the tree to get a glimpse of the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president... 
Serbian people climb the tree to get a glimpse of the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic arrives to his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CSN 
March 18, 2006 
Women stand around a mannequin as they watch from inside a shop as the vehicle bearing the body of former... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Women watch from inside the shop as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president Slobodan... 
Women stand around a mannequin as they watch from inside a shop as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic arrives to his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CSB 
March 18, 2006 
Supporters holding pictures of Slobodan Milosevic shout as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Supporters holding pictures of Slobodan Milosevic shout as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian... 
Supporters holding pictures of Slobodan Milosevic shout as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president arrives to his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CRX 
March 18, 2006 
A man wearing a badge with picture of Slobodan Milosevic shouts as the vehicle bearing the body of former... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A man wearing a badge with picture of Slobodan Milosevic shouts as the vehicle bearing the body of former... 
A man wearing a badge with picture of Slobodan Milosevic shouts as the vehicle bearing the body of former Serbian president arrives to his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CR8 
March 18, 2006 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Sloban Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac... 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CR6 
March 18, 2006 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Sloban Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac... 
A woman bursts in tears amid a procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CQZ 
March 18, 2006 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006.... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
People walk in procession towards Sloban Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CQJ 
March 18, 2006 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006.... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CQH 
March 18, 2006 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006.... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac 
People walk in procession towards Slobodan Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17CPR 
March 18, 2006 
People walk in procession towards Sloban Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006.... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Supporters of Slobodan Milosevic wait in long line outside the Museum of the Revolution in Belgrade to... 
People walk in procession towards Sloban Milosevic house in his home town of Pozarevac March 18, 2006. Tens of thousands of Serbs rallied to pay last respects to Slobodan Milosevic on Saturday, hailing as a hero the man who presided over years of bloodshed and was ousted by his own people. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17B4D 
March 17, 2006 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic stand in front of his own house in Pozarevac, some 100 kilometres... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic in front of his own house in Pozarevac 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic stand in front of his own house in Pozarevac, some 100 kilometres south of Belgrade on March 17, 2006. The UN war crimes tribunal said on Friday that preliminary results of blood tests showed no indication Slobodan Milosevic's death by heart attack was caused by poisoning. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17B4A 
March 17, 2006 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic burn candles to pay respect to their dead leader in front... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic burnes candles to pay respect to their dead leader in front... 
Supporters of late leader Slobodan Milosevic burn candles to pay respect to their dead leader in front of Milosevic's house in Pozarevac, some 100 kilometres south of Belgrade March 17, 2006. The UN war crimes tribunal said on Friday that preliminary results of blood tests showed no indication Slobodan Milosevic's death by heart attack was caused by poisoning. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17AAY 
March 17, 2006 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic inside Milosevic's... 
Pozarevac, Serbia & Montenegro 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Milosevic in Pozarevac 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic inside Milosevic's house yard in Pozarevac, some 100km (62 miles) south of Belgrade March 16, 2006. Judge Fausto Pocar, president of the United Nations war crimes tribunal, will discuss the inquiry into Milosevic's death on Friday, the tribunal said in statement. Milosevic died on March 11 in his prison cell in The Hague and will be buried in his home town of Pozarevac on Saturday. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17AAR 
March 17, 2006 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic inside Milosevic's... 
Pozarevac, Serbia & Montenegro 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Milosevic in Pozarevac 
Socialist party officials check the grave site of late Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic inside Milosevic's house yard in Pozarevac, some 100km (62 miles) south of Belgrade March 16, 2006. Judge Fausto Pocar, president of the United Nations war crimes tribunal, will discuss the inquiry into Milosevic's death on Friday, the tribunal said in statement. Milosevic died on March 11 in his prison cell in The Hague and will be buried in his home town of Pozarevac on Saturday. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
MILOSEVIC
RTXOE86 
March 16, 2006 
The coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed at the Museum of the revolution in Belgrade... 
Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro 
The coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed at the Museum of the revolution in Belgr..... 
The coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed at the Museum of the revolution in Belgrade March 16, 2006. [Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools.] 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17981 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with body of the former Serbian president is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Sasa Kavic 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1797Y 
March 16, 2006 
Supporters of Slobodan Milosevic carry his pictures as they make their way to the Museum of the Revolution... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
Supporters of Slobodan Milosevic carry his pictures as they make their way to the Museum of the Revolution... 
Supporters of Slobodan Milosevic carry his pictures as they make their way to the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with the body of the former Serbian president is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1796Q 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1796I 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1796D 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1796C 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as waiting with others to enter the Museum of the Revolution... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as waiting with others to enter the Museum of the Revolution... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as waiting with others to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with the body of the former Serbian president is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1795I 
March 16, 2006 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic bows at the picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade March... 
multiple cities, multiple countries 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic bows at the picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic bows at the picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17953 
March 16, 2006 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses the picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade March... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade 
An elderly supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses the picture of the late Serb leader in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1793J 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic holds a picture of the former Serbian president while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1793D 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses a picture of the former Serbian president next to his coffin... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses a picture of the former Serbian president next to his coffin... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic kisses a picture of the former Serbian president next to his coffin inside the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1793B 
March 16, 2006 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as she holds his portrait while waiting to enter the Museum of... 
Belgrade, SERBIAMONTENEGRO 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as she holds a picture of the former Serbian president while... 
A supporter of Slobodan Milosevic cries as she holds his portrait while waiting to enter the Museum of the Revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17939 
March 16, 2006 
A woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter the Museum of the revolution... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter Museum of the revolution... 
A woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter the Museum of the revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17938 
March 16, 2006 
A woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter the Museum of the revolution... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter Museum of the revolution... 
A woman shows a picture of Slobodan Milosevic while she waits in a crowd to enter the Museum of the revolution where the coffin with his body is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17932 
March 16, 2006 
An elderly man with a walking stick approaches the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic to pay... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
An elderly man with a walking stick approaches the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic in Belgrade... 
An elderly man with a walking stick approaches the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic to pay his last respects in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1792Z 
March 16, 2006 
People wait to enter the Museum of the revolution where the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Crowd wait to enter Museum of the revolution where the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is... 
People wait to enter the Museum of the revolution where the coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR1792V 
March 16, 2006 
The coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed at the Museum of the revolution in Belgrade... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
Supporters of Slobodan Milosevic hold his pictures while waiting to enter Museum of the revolution where... 
The coffin with the body of Slobodan Milosevic is displayed at the Museum of the revolution in Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR178A8 
March 16, 2006 
A socialist party official carries a picture of the late Slobodan Milosevic inside the former Serbian... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A socialist party official carries a picture of the late Slobodan Milosevic inside the former Serbian... 
A socialist party official carries a picture of the late Slobodan Milosevic inside the former Serbian presidents house grounds in Pozarevac, some 100 kilometres (62 miles) south of Belgrade March 16, 2006. Milosevic died on March 11 in his prison cell in The Hague and will be buried in his home town of Pozarevac on Saturday. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
WARCRIMES MILOSEVIC
RTR17891 
March 16, 2006 
Supporter of late leader Slobodan Milosevic kisses a candle to pay respect to his dead leader in front... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Supporter of late leader Slobodan Milosevic kissing a burned candle to pay respect to his dead leader... 
Supporter of late leader Slobodan Milosevic kisses a candle to pay respect to his dead leader in front of Milosevic's house in Pozarevac, some 100 km (62 miles) south of Belgrade March 16, 2006. Grave-diggers excavated the final resting place of Slobodan Milosevic on Thursday under the old lime tree where he first kissed Mira Markovic, the high-school sweetheart who became his wife and partner in power in Pozarevac, a sleepy provincial town about 80 km (50 miles) southeast of the capital Belgrade where he and Mira attended the same schools. REUTERS/Nikola Solic 
SERBIA MONTENEGRO DJINDJIC
RTRKZ4Q 
July 19, 2001 
Milica Gajic-Milosevic (L), the wife of Marko Milosevic who is former
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
FILE PHOTO OF MILICA GAJIC MILOSEVIC, WIFE OF SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC'S SON
MARKO. 
Milica Gajic-Milosevic (L), the wife of Marko Milosevic who is former
Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's son, arrives at the Belgrade
airport accompanied by her mother-in-law Mira Markovic (R) in this file
photo taken July 19, 2001. Police said that Milica Gajic-Milosevic had
been arrested in the central Serbian town of Pozarevac and transferred
to Belgrade. Marko Milosevic is the son of ousted Yugoslav leader
Slobodan Milosevic and his whereabouts has been unknown since his
father was toppled in a popular uprising in October 2000. It was not
immediately known why Gajic-Milosevic had been arrested. REUTERS/Ivan
Milutinovic/files

IM/CRB 
YUGOSLAVIA RELEASE
RTRA8RN 
November 01, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian poet Flora Brovina sits in the car of the International Red Cross after being released... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
KOSOVO ALBANIAN POET FLORA BROVINA LEAVES PRISON IN POZAREVAC. 
Kosovo Albanian poet Flora Brovina sits in the car of the International Red Cross after being released from prison in the central town of Pozarevac some 80 km south of Belgrade November 1, 2000. Yugoslav authorities on Wednesday freed the prominent Kosovo Albanian activist jailed last December for 12 years on terrorism charges. Flora Brovina walked out of prison in the town of Pozarevac and was taken away in an ICRC vehicle. Brovina, 50, released on new Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica's orders, had been convicted by a court in Nis, southern Serbia, of associating with separatist ethnic Albanian guerrillas during last year's NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.

GOT/WS 
YUGOSLAVIA RELEASE
RTRA8RH 
November 01, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian poet Flora Brovina enters an International Red Cross car inside the prison yard in the... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
KOSOVO ALBANIAN POET FLORA BROVINA INSIDE THE PRISON YARD IN TOWN OF POZAREVAC. 
Kosovo Albanian poet Flora Brovina enters an International Red Cross car inside the prison yard in the central town of Pozarevac, 80 km south of Belgrade, November 1,2000. Yugoslav authorities on Wednesday freed the prominent Kosovo Albanian activist jailed last December for 12 years on terrorism charges, Reuters eyewitnesses said. Brovina, 50, released on new Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica's orders, had been convicted by a court in Nis, southern Serbia, of associating with separatist ethnic Albanian guerrillas during last year's NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.

GOT/CRB 
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXK23Y 
October 02, 2000 
Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) supporters march through [Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's]... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) supporters march through [Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevi..... 
Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) supporters march through [Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's] home town of Pozarevac, once completely controlled by [Milosevic's son Marko and wife Mirjana Markovic], late October 1, 2000. Thousands marched through streets as part of a campaign of civil disobedience in support of opposition candidate [Vojislav Kostunica.] 
YUGOSLAVIA POZAREVAC
RTR8XS5 
October 02, 2000 
My Choice".

PEK/CRB 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
YOUNGSTERS HOLD YUGOSLAV OPPOSITION POSTERS IN POZAREVAC. 
My Choice".

PEK/CRB 
YUGOSLAVIA POZAREVAC
RTR8XSY 
October 01, 2000 
Opposition supporters show clenched fists and the Serbian three-fingered salute at a Democratic Opposition... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS SHOW CLENCHED FISTS DURING DEMO IN POZAREVAC. 
Opposition supporters show clenched fists and the Serbian three-fingered salute at a Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) rally in Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's home town of Pozarevac late October 1, 2000. Thousands marched through streets completely free of the once dreaded local police in a town once controlled by Milosevic's son Marko and wife Mirjana Markovic.

PEK/GB 
YUGOSLAVIA POZAREVAC
RTR8XSP 
October 01, 2000 
Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) supporters march through Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS MARCH THROUGH SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC'S HOME TOWN OF POZAREVAC. 
Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) supporters march through Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's home town of Pozarevac, once completely controlled by Milosevic's son Marko and wife Mirjana Markovic, late October 1, 2000. Thousands marched through streets as part of a campaign of civil disobedience in support of opposition candidate Vojislav Kostunica.

PEK/CRB 
YUGOSLAVIA ELECTIONS
RTR823U 
September 10, 2000 
Zoran Djindjic (R), one of the leaders of The Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) shakes hands with... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION LEADER DJINDJIC SHAKES HANDS WITH SUPPORTER IN POZAREVAC. 
Zoran Djindjic (R), one of the leaders of The Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) shakes hands with a supporter in Pozarevac, home town of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, while walking together with other leaders Vladan Batic (C) and Momcilo Trajkovic (L) September 10, 2000. Serbian opposition leaders, hoping to oust Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in this month's elections, took their campaign to his home town of Pozarevac on Sunday. On the fourth day of their campaign odyssey, the three-bus opposition convoy followed by several cars with opposition flags waving entered Pozarevac.

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YUGOSLAVIA PROTEST
RTR4PI0 
May 26, 2000 
General view of main city square in southern Serbian town of Nis, during anti-government rally organized... 
Nis, Yugoslavia 
GENERAL VIEW OF MAIN SQUARE IN NIS DURING PROTEST AGAINST YUGOSLAV GOVERNMENT. 
General view of main city square in southern Serbian town of Nis, during anti-government rally organized by movement Otpor (Resistance) May 26. Some 7,000 opposition supporters gathered in centre demanding an end to state repression and urging opposition politicians to come up with a more effective strategy against Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. The Serbian government on Thursday restricted entry to all universities during the examination period and banned any kind of assembly in a move seen as an attempt to counter students' plans to organise a general university strike and sit-in. Serbian Orthodox bishops came out in support of the students, urging the authorities to refrain from any violence against them, B2-92 radio reported, quoting a synod statement. Police on Friday detained 11 people who tried to visit an Otpor activist being held in prison in the central town of Pozarevac, Milosevic's home.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJP0V 
May 09, 2000 
A Slobodan Milosevic fan kisses his picture during a celebration of World War II Victory Day in the Yugoslav... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A Slobodan Milosevic fan kisses his picture during a celebration of World War II Victory Day in the ..... 
A Slobodan Milosevic fan kisses his picture during a celebration of World War II Victory Day in the Yugoslav President's home town of Pozarevac May 9. [Opposition supporters protested after the government effectively forbade the anti-Milosevic rally, organizing instead a pro-government celebration of World War II Victory Day. ] 
YUGOSLAVIA
RTXJP0U 
May 09, 2000 
Opposition supporters jeer at pro-government activists during a tense stand-off in the Yugoslav President's... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Opposition supporters jeer at pro-government activists during a tense stand-off in the Yugoslav Pres..... 
Opposition supporters jeer at pro-government activists during a tense stand-off in the Yugoslav President's home town of Pozarevac May 9. Local opposition supporters protested after the government effectively forbade the anti-Milosevic rally, organizing instead a pro-government celebration of World War II Victory Day. 
YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTR3YRP 
May 09, 2000 
Opposition supporters jeer at pro-government activists during a tense stand-off in the Yugoslav President's... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS JEERING AT PRO GOVERNMENT ACTIVISTS DURING RALLY IN POZAREVAC. 
Opposition supporters jeer at pro-government activists during a tense stand-off in the Yugoslav President's home town of Pozarevac May 9. Local opposition supporters protested after the government effectively forbade the anti-Milosevic rally, organizing instead a pro-government celebration of World War II Victory Day.

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YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTR3YRI 
May 09, 2000 
Opposition supporters jeering at pro-government activists during a tensed stand-off in the Yugoslav President's... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION SUPPORTERS JEER AT PRO-GOVERNMENT ACTIVISTS DURING RALLY IN POZAREVAC. 
Opposition supporters jeering at pro-government activists during a tensed stand-off in the Yugoslav President's home town of Pozarevac May 9. Opposition supporters protested after the government effectively forbade the anti-Milosevic rally, organizing instead a pro-government celebration of World War II Victory Day.

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YUGOSLAVIA OPPOSITION
RTR3YR7 
May 09, 2000 
A Slobodan Milosevic fan kisses his picture during a celebration of World War II Victory Day in the Yugoslav... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
SLOBODAN MILOSEVICS FAN KISSES HIS PICTURE DURING CELEBRATION OF WW II VICTORY DAY IN POZAREVAC. 
A Slobodan Milosevic fan kisses his picture during a celebration of World War II Victory Day in the Yugoslav President's home town of Pozarevac May 9. Opposition supporters protested after the government effectively forbade the anti-Milosevic rally, organizing instead a pro-government celebration of World War II Victory Day.

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YUGOSLAVIA FIGHT
RTR3TPF 
May 05, 2000 
Opposition leaders Vladan Batic (L) from "Alliance for changes" and Vuk Obradovic (R) from the Social... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
OPPOSITION LEADERS BATIC AND OBRADOVIC SHAKE HANDS IN FRONT OF THE CENTRAL PRISON IN BELGRADE. 
Opposition leaders Vladan Batic (L) from "Alliance for changes" and Vuk Obradovic (R) from the Social Democratic party shake hands in front of the central prison in Belgrade May 5. Several hundred people protested outside the prison, demanding access to two opposition Otpor activists believed to be held in the prison hospital after being arrested following a fight in Pozarevac, the hometown of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.

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YUGOSLAVIA FIGHT
RTR3TP1 
May 05, 2000 
Two students, members of the anti-government movement "Otpor" (Resistance) hang a flag with the Otpor... 
Belgrade, Yugoslavia 
TWO MEMBERS OF STUDENTS MOVEMENT OTPOR HANG FLAG ON THE FENCE OF THE CENTRAL PRISON IN BELGRADE. 
Two students, members of the anti-government movement "Otpor" (Resistance) hang a flag with the Otpor fist symbol on the railings of the fence surrounding the central prison in Belgrade May 5. Several hundred people protested outside the prison, demanding access to two Otpor activists believed to be held in the prison hospital after being arrested following a fight in Pozarevac, the hometown of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.

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BROVINA
RTXJQC1 
April 22, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina answers media questions from prison in the town of... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina answers media questions from prison in the town of..... 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina answers media questions from prison in the town of Pozarevac some 90 km south-east of Belgrade, April 22. Brovina who was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for "activities linked with terroism" spoke out from jail on Saturday [with fellow prisoner Albin Kurti, telling Serbia's justice minister Dragolijub Jankovic, that they were being held illegally.] 
YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PRISONERS
RTR3DKH 
April 22, 2000 
YUGOSLAVIA-KOSOVO-PRISONERS:POZAREVAC,YUGOSLAVIA,22APR00-Two inmates look through their prison window... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
TWO INMATES LOOK OUT OF PRISON WINDOW IN POZAREVAC. 
YUGOSLAVIA-KOSOVO-PRISONERS:POZAREVAC,YUGOSLAVIA,22APR00-Two inmates look through their prison window in the town of Pozarevac some 90 km south-east of Belgrade, April 22. The prison is Serbia's oldest.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PRISONERS
RTR3DJS 
April 22, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina (R) looks at a warder in prison, in the town of Pozarevac... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
KOSOVO ALBANIAN DOCTOR FLORA BROVINA SPEAKS FROM PRISON IN TOWN OF POZAREVAC. 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina (R) looks at a warder in prison, in the town of Pozarevac some 90 km south-east of Belgrade, April 22. Brovina who was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for "activities linked with terroism" spoke out from jail on Saturday with fellow prisoner Albin Kurti, telling Serbia's justice minister Dragolijub Jankovic, that they were being held illegally.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PRISONERS
RTR3DJH 
April 22, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina answers media questions from prison in the town of... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
KOSOVO ALBANIAN DOCTOR FLORA BROVINA SPEAKS IN PRISON IN TOWN OF POZAREVAC. 
Kosovo Albanian humanitarian doctor Flora Brovina answers media questions from prison in the town of Pozarevac some 90 km south-east of Belgrade, April 22. Brovina who was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for "activities linked with terroism" spoke out from jail on Saturday with fellow prisoner Albin Kurti, telling Serbia's justice minister Dragolijub Jankovic, that they were being held illegally.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO PRISONERS
RTR3DJ0 
April 22, 2000 
Kosovo Albanian radical student leader Albin Kurti answers media questions from prison in the town of... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
KOSOVO ALBANIAN STUDENT LEADER ALBIN KURTI SPEAKS FROM PRISON IN POZAREVAC. 
Kosovo Albanian radical student leader Albin Kurti answers media questions from prison in the town of Pozarevac some 90 km south-east of Belgrade, April 22. Kurti who was sentenced in March to 15 years imprisonment for "activities linked with terroism" spoke out from jail on Saturday with fellow prisoner Flora Brovina, telling Serbia's justice minister Dragolijub Jankovic, that they were being held illegally.

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YUGOSLAVIA
RTRQF7P 
July 08, 1999 
A boy jumps with his roller blades in Bambi park amusement center in Pozarevac, hometown of Yugoslav... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
A BOY JUMPS WITH HIS ROLLER BLADES IN BAMBI AMUSEMENT CENTER IN POZAREVAC. 
A boy jumps with his roller blades in Bambi park amusement center in Pozarevac, hometown of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic July 7. The recently opened park was co-financed by successful businessman Marko Milosevic, the son of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. In the background is the old Yugoslav flag with the red star.

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MARKOVIC
RTXJ2P4 
July 05, 1999 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko arrive at opening... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko arrive at opening..... 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko arrive at opening of Bambi park amusement center in Marko's hometown of Pozarevac July 4. Marko Milosevic, who is successful businessman, co-financed the park. 
MARKOVIC
RTXJ2P3 
July 05, 1999 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko converse during opening... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko converse during o..... 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President [Slobodan] Milosevic and their son Marko converse during opening of Bambi park amusement center in Marko's hometown of Pozarevac July 4. Marko Milosevic, who is successful businessman, co-financed the park. 
YUGOSLAVIA
RTRQDA3 
July 04, 1999 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and their son Marko arrive at opening of... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
WIFE AND SON OF YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF AMUSEMENT CENTER. 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and their son Marko arrive at opening of Bambi park amusement center in Marko's hometown of Pozarevac July 4. Marko Milosevic, who is successful businessman, co-financed the park.

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YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC
RTRQD9Z 
July 04, 1999 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and their son Marko converse during opening... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
WIFE AND SON OF YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF AMUSEMENT PARK IN POZAREVAC. 
Mira Markovic, wife of Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and their son Marko converse during opening of Bambi park amusement center in Marko's hometown of Pozarevac July 4. Marko Milosevic, who is successful businessman, co-financed the park.

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YUGOSLAVIA SON
RTR977J 
July 04, 1999 
WIFE AND SON OF OUSTED YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF AMUSEMENT CENTER IN POZAREVAC FILE... 
Pozarevac, Yugoslavia 
WIFE AND SON OF OUSTED YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF AMUSEMENT CENTER IN POZAREVAC ... 
WIFE AND SON OF OUSTED YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC AT OPENING OF AMUSEMENT CENTER IN POZAREVAC FILE PHOTO.


Mira Markovic (R), wife of ousted Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and their son Marko (L) attend an opening of Bambi park amusement center in Marko's hometown of Pozarevac on this July 4, 1999. Marko Milosevic, Milosevic's son, boarded a plane for Moscow on Saturday along with his wife and child, witnesses at the aiport told Reuters. Marko has an extensive business empire, including an amusement complex in his father's home town of Pozarevac, which has provided him with much wealth and made him an object of scorn among ordinary Serbs. 
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