Milosevic's son arrives to claim body

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March 14, 2006 12:06

 
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Slobodan Milosevic's son Marko arrived in the Netherlands on Tuesday to claim the remains of the late Serb leader. Milosevic arrived on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Amsterdam where his father's lawyer, Zdenko Tomanovic, was waiting to meet him and take him to The Hague. The body remained in the Dutch National Forensic Institute in the city where the former Yugoslav president was on trial for war crimes in the Balkans.

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