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WARCRIMES-GOTOVINA/ACQUITTAL
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16 Nov. 2012
Dusanka Pjevalica, a Serb refugee from Croatia, shows... more
WARCRIMES-GOTOVINA/ACQUITTAL
RTR3AHL3
16 Nov. 2012
Belgrade, Serbia
Dusanka Pjevalica, a Serb refugee from Croatia, shows her old photo album in a refugee camp in Krnjaca near Belgrade November 16, 2012. The most senior Croatian military officer convicted of war crimes during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s was freed after an appeal on Friday and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said the "political decision" would open old wounds in the region. General Ante Gotovina was cleared by an appeals chamber of the U.N. war crimes tribunal after being convicted of targeting hospitals and other civilian institutions during a Croatian army operation to retake its Krajina region from rebel Serbs. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CONFLICT POLITICS)
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