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Ivanisevic broke Roddick. 41 aces  7-6(5), 7-5, 3-6, 6-3. The Croatian moved into the fourth round Croatia faces war crime dilemma  Prime minister has stopped short of pledging to hand over 2 indicted suspects 4 ministers resigning  Cabinet decided to allow the handover of citizens wanted for war crimes   Ivanisevic won Wimbledon
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Bomb rocks Zagreb city hall  A bomb damages several cars. Device had been planted in a garbage container Ruling coalition set to win vote Map of Zagreb Croatia
Opposition attacks government  100,000 people gathered for a rally in support of a former general Norac, suspected of war crimes War crimes suspect detained

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  Mirko Norac, a former general wanted in connections with a 1991 killing of Serb civilians arrested by police.

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  Prime Minister Racan's Social Democrats were first with 27% in local polls in capital Zagreb. The nationalist, HDZ had 20%

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  Ivanisevic, Rafter 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 2-6, 9-7. He become the second player to win a title without being seeded
Jul.13   General to surrender  General Ademi, an ethnic Albanian, is wanted by the U.N. war crimes tribunal Jul.15   Government survives vote  The Cabinet won no-confidence vote by support of 93 of the 151 deputies, while 36 voted against Jul.25   General surrenders to U.N. court
  Rahim Ademi to be charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity from the war between Serbs and Croats
Jul.26   General denies war crimes  Rahim Ademi entered pleas of not guilty to the 5 counts before the UN war crimes tribunal

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Nov.13   Ivanisevic upsets Kuerten  Goran Ivanisevic win round-robin match 6-2, 6-7, 6-4 Nov.16   War-crimes suspect extradited
  Zorana Banic, 49, an ethnic Serb, convicted in absentia for massacre of 43 Croatian civilians

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1. 02-11 Opposition attacks government Croatia
2. 02-21 War crimes suspect detained Croatia
D. 03-16 Bomb rocks Zagreb city hall Croatia
E. 05-20 Ruling coalition set to win vote Zagreb, Croatia
F. 06-29 Ivanisevic broke Roddick. 41 aces London
6. 07-07 Croatia faces war crime dilemma Croatia
H. 07-08 4 ministers resigning Croatia
07-09 Ivanisevic won Wimbledon London
9. 07-13 General to surrender Croatia

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