FORMER YUGOSLAV LEADER SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC HAS STRUCK HIS FIRST VICTORY...
World | February 20, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00
Former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic has struck his first victory in his war crimes tribunal after judges refused to hear evidence from a key prosecution witness. Judge Richard May said the evidence from Kevin Curtis concerning alleged war crimes against Kosovo Albanians by Serb forces was inadmissible because it was based on hearsay. Curtis is a prosecution investigator who was sent to Kosovo to collect accounts of atrocities. But in a separate move Milosevic suffered a personal setback after his wife Mira Markovic was denied a visa to visit him this weekend.
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