Three Bosnian war crimes suspects arrested

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November 1, 2005 15:28

 
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Police have arrested three Bosnian Serbs suspected of committing war crimes during Bosnia's 1992-95 war, officials in the northern city of Brcko said Tuesday. The three were arrested Monday in the city of Bijeljina, near the border with Serbia. They are suspected of executing Muslims in Brcko in 1992 at the beginning of Bosnia's war during Bosnia's war, Brcko Public Prosecutor, Zekerijah Mujkanovic, told reporters.

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