Serbia: At least 8 die in shooting spree

July 28, 2007 00:57


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A gunman opened fire in a village in eastern Serbia on Friday, killing at least eight people and wounding two, officials and media said. The shooting spree happened in the village of Jabukovac, near the border with Bulgaria, Interior Minister Dragan Jocic said. Jocic said the police dispatched special units and helicopters to capture a 38-year-old man, who recently returned from Austria to his native village. Jocic said there was no apparent motive for the killing. No other details were immediately available. The Beta news agency reported that the shooter opened fire on passers-by in the village.

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