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Yugoslavia / Milosevic Arrest #438804

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Apr 01, 2001
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(Studio: Stephen Frazier) The surrender of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and his arrest on corruption charges reported. [Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - says the situation must be carefully watched.]

(Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Walter Rodgers) The imprisonment of Milosevic reported. [Milosevic lawyer Toma FILA(thru translator) - says Milosevic says he is not guilty.] [Former Serb Prime Minister Milan PANIC - says Milosevic is finished.] [Serb Justice Minister Vladan BATIC(thru translator) - says Milosevic will not be immediately delivered to the War Crimes Tribunal.] [MAN (thru translator) - says Milosevic will end up in The Hague.] [Assistant to the Justice Minister Predrag DEJANOVIC - comments.]

Frazier, Stephen;
Rodgers, Walter

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