Man disarmed in Serb president's office building

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May 21, 2009 18:31

 
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An official said a man who entered the Serbian president's headquarters with a hand grenade has been disarmed. President Boris Tadic's press spokeswoman Jasmina Stojanov said Thursday that police disarmed the man who had threatened to blow himself up if his court case was not resolved within the day. No details of the police action were immediately available.

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