The UN war crimes tribunal will consider declassifying documents in Slobodan Milosevic's case so they can be released to Dutch authorities investigating the former Yugoslav president's death.
Tribunal President Fausto Pocar on Tuesday assigned a trial chamber to consider the issue, but no date was set for hearings. The decision was announced by the court on Wednesday.
Documents on Milosevic's health, including details on his medication use, will also be used in the tribunal's internal investigation into Milosevic's death, court documents said.
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