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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 Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned  UN Tribunal: An interim toxicological examination of the body indicates the former Yugoslav leader was not poisoned Hundreds wait to see Milosevic. Serbia Public to view Milosevic coffin. Belgrade Milosevic body returns to Belgrade
  Milosevic not poisoned, UN finds  UN Tribunal: There is no evidence to suggest that former Yugoslav President was poisoned Milosevic 'died of natural causes'. UN Tribunal   Milosevic buried in his home town


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   Serbia: 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 ...
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  The body of former Yugoslav leader and war crimes defendant has arrived in the Serbian capital

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  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.


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Dec.28 Milosevic, nationalists make gains
   Serbia: Former Yugoslav President was projected to win a seat in the parliament as Serb nationalist parties made gains in elections

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Jun.26 Milosevic supporters take to streets  Belgrade: 10,000 demonstrators marched through Belgrade to protest moves to handover Milosevic to the war crimes tribunal Apr.7 Crowds demand Milosevic release. Belgrade Apr.2   U.S. approves aid to Yugoslavia  Washington: C. Powell has decided that Yugoslavia qualifies for $50 million aid, following Milosevic arrest Feb.24 Milosevic's henchman arrested   Serbia: Markovic, former Serbia's secret police chief is linked to a car crash in 1999 in which Draskovic was injured and 4 killed Jan.25 U.N. confident of Milosevic trial. Serbia Jan.14 Kostunica meets Milosevic   Serbia: The meeting has drawn criticism from the leader's allies and the U.N. war crimes tribunal

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Dec.23 Voters Deal Blow to Milosevic
   Serbia: The reform alliance DOS won 64%, Milosevic's Socialists about 13% Oct.5 Nationwide uprising overthrows Milosevic
   Serbia: Socialist Party, with its monopoly on political clout, agreed to share power with the two opposition parties
Sep.26 Opposition claims victory. Milosevic denies
   Serbia: Opposition leaders have given the government a deadline to release results or they will declare Kostunica the winner


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B. 05-31 Milosevic not poisoned, UN finds UN Tribunal
C. 04-05 Milosevic 'died of natural causes' UN Tribunal
03-18 Milosevic buried in his home town Serbia
4. 03-18 Milosevic body arrives in hometown Belgrade
5. 03-17 Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic Serbia
G. 03-17 Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned UN Tribunal
7. 03-16 Hundreds wait to see Milosevic Serbia
8. 03-15 Public to view Milosevic coffin Belgrade
9. 03-15 Milosevic body returns to Belgrade Belgrade



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  Milosevic not poisoned, UN finds  UN Tribunal: There is no evidence to suggest that former Yugoslav President was poisoned U.N. to probe Milosevic's death  UN Tribunal: Authorities with the U.N. war crimes tribunal are investigating the death of the former Yugoslav president Milosevic's henchman arrested   Serbia: Markovic, former Serbia's secret police chief is linked to a car crash in 1999 in which Draskovic was injured and 4 killed U.N. confident of Milosevic trial. Serbia   U.S. approves aid to Yugoslavia  Washington: C. Powell has decided that Yugoslavia qualifies for $50 million aid, following Milosevic arrest Milosevic, nationalists make gains   Serbia: Former Yugoslav President was projected to win a seat in the parliament as Serb nationalist parties made gains in elections Voters Deal Blow to Milosevic   Serbia: The reform alliance DOS won 64%, Milosevic's Socialists about 13% Opposition claims victory. Milosevic denies




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   Serbia: Opposition leaders have given the government a deadline to release results or they will declare Kostunica the winner




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2006 Mar.17 Tribunal: Milosevic not poisoned  UN Tribunal: An interim toxicological examination of the body indicates the former Yugoslav leader was not poisoned Mar.13 Milosevic 'took the wrong drugs'  UN Tribunal: An expert who found traces of drugs in blood says they may have neutralised treatment for his heart conditions Mar.13 Lawyer: Milosevic did not alter medication  UN Tribunal: A lawyer has denied reports that the ex-eader of Yugoslavia altered his medication to discredit medical care Mar.12 Milosevic autopsy points to heart attack  UN Tribunal: Preliminary autopsy results indicate that Milosevic died of a heart attack. 2 pathologists from Belgrade attended Mar.12 Milosevic feared poisoning - aide  UN Tribunal: Slobodan Milosevic feared he was being poisoned just a day before he died in his cell in The Hague 2001 Jan.14 Kostunica meets Milosevic   Serbia: The meeting has drawn criticism from the leader's allies and the U.N. war crimes tribunal 2000 Oct.5 Nationwide uprising overthrows Milosevic
   Serbia: Socialist Party, with its monopoly on political clout, agreed to share power with the two opposition parties




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2001 Jun.26 Milosevic supporters take to streets  Belgrade: 10,000 demonstrators marched through Belgrade to protest moves to handover Milosevic to the war crimes tribunal Apr.7 Crowds demand Milosevic release. Belgrade



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2006 Mar.18   Milosevic buried in his home town
   Serbia: 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 ...
Mar.18   Milosevic body arrives in hometown  Belgrade: A farewell ceremony in Belgrade attended by tens of thousands of supporters Mar.17   Serbia prepares to bury Milosevic  Thousands of Milosevic's followers are expected to attend the funeral in his home town of Pozarevac Mar.16 Hundreds wait to see Milosevic. Serbia Mar.15 Public to view Milosevic coffin. Belgrade Mar.15 Milosevic body returns to Belgrade
  The body of former Yugoslav leader and war crimes defendant has arrived in the Serbian capital
Mar.14 Milosevic to have Serbia burial  Belgrade: The body of former Yugoslav President will be flown to Belgrade Mar.13 Serbia to allow Milosevic funeral  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.