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  Milosevic body arrives in hometown  Belgrade: A farewell ceremony in Belgrade attended by tens of thousands of supporters   Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic  Thousands of Milosevic's followers are expected to attend the funeral in his home town of Pozarevac   Hundreds wait to see Milosevic  A casket was carried into a decaying museum once used to hold gifts to former Yugoslav dictator Tito Public to view Milosevic coffin  Belgrade: The coffin is set to go on display in Belgrade to allow his supporters to pay their last respects Milosevic body returns to Belgrade
Mourning after deadly baby rescue helicopter crash Map of Belgrade Serbia  MI-17 transport helicopter crashed while carrying a newborn baby for medical treatment, with the loss of all seven people aboard Tito's widow, Jovanka Broz, dies, aged 88 Map of Belgrade Serbia  Belgrade: The widow of the Communist leader of what was once Yugoslavia has died in Belgrade of a heart attack. She joined the partisans led by Tito   Milosevic buried in his home town

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  Ex-Yugoslav leader has been buried a week after dying at The Hague while on trial for war crimes
 He was laid in a grave in Pozarevac. The government refused to allow the Milosevic a state funeral and did not attend the ceremonies. The coffin was lowered in the backyard of his home, under a tree where he once courted his future wife.
  The body of former Yugoslav leader and war crimes defendant has arrived in the Serbian capital

  President Tadic says his government will not object to the return of former Yugoslav leader's body for burial
Mar.11   Milosevic found dead in cell
  Hague: Former Yugoslav President has been found dead in Hague where he was being tried on war crimes charges
 He was 64. Milosevic was found dead for several hours. He rose to the top of Yugoslav politics in the 1980. Elected Serbian president in 1990, Milosevic ruled with an iron grip until his overthrow in 2000. Next year he was transferred to the Hague and went on trial in 2002.
Jan.26 Weeping Kosovo crowds bury Rugova  International dignitaries were among the hundreds of thousands of people who attended the burial of the President Jan.21 Tributes paid to Kosovo president  International leaders are vowing to continue his work for a stable future for the province President Rugova dies at 61
  Kosovo: The literary scholar turned politician was the symbol of the fight for Kosovar self-rule. He was 61

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Mar.15 Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic
  Belgrade: Hundreds of thousands have thronged the streets of Belgrade. International dignitaries joined widow and two children

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Feb.17 Serbs mourn bus bomb victims  Kosovo: Hundreds have gathered to mourn the victims. A massive rally was also planned

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B. 2015-03-14 Mourning after deadly baby rescue helicopter crash Serbia
C. 2013-10-20 Tito's widow, Jovanka Broz, dies, aged 88 Belgrade
2006-03-18 Milosevic buried in his home town Serbia
E. 2006-03-18 Milosevic body arrives in hometown Belgrade
5. 2006-03-17 Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic Serbia
G. 2006-03-16 Hundreds wait to see Milosevic Serbia
H. 2006-03-15 Public to view Milosevic coffin Belgrade
I. 2006-03-15 Milosevic body returns to Belgrade Belgrade
J. 2006-03-14 Milosevic to have Serbia burial Belgrade

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