Serb pathologist to attend Milosevic autopsy

March 11, 2006 22:39


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A pathologist from Serbia-Montenegro will attend the autopsy of former Serb President Slobodan Milosevic, the UN war crimes tribunal said Saturday. A senior pathologist will observe the examination at the request of Serbia's national council for cooperation with The Hague, a tribunal spokeswoman said. The autopsy will be conducted Sunday by Dutch authorities, she said. Earlier Saturday, Milosevic's brother, Borislav Milosevic, told The Associated Press the late ex-Serbian leader's family did not trust the UN tribunal to carry out the autopsy impartially.

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