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Crime gang blamed for PM killing  Serbia's government says the assassination of Zoran Djindjic was carried out by members of an organized crime group Serb PM assassination: 56 arrested  A police manhunt for the killers of Zoran Djindjic yielded the arrests of 56 low-ranking members of a criminal gang   Police smash Milosevic ally's home  Anti-terrorist police moved to demolish the headquarters of an underworld group Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic  Hundreds of thousands have thronged the streets of Belgrade. International dignitaries joined widow and two children Zivkovic nominated as Serb PM  Murdered Djindijc's party has nominated his senior ally. Parliament must approve nomination by the Democratic Party Arkan home raided in Djindjic probe  Police raided the Belgrade home of feared warlord Arkan's young widow. Police had detained popular folk music star   Djindjic sniper suspect arrested  Police have arrested Zvezdan Jovanovic, they suspect was the sniper who killed Prime Minister Serb police kill Djindjic suspects  Police have shot and killed 2 men described as top suspects in the assassination of Prime Minister Ex-Serb president's body found
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Serb hardliner surrenders at Hague  Vojislav Seselj will face charges that his paramilitary troops committed atrocities during wars in Croatia and Bosnia Serbian Prime Minister assassinated Map of Belgrade Serbia
Ex-Serb leader faces war tribunal  Former Serbian President Milutinovic was in custody after surrendering to face war crimes in the 1999 war in Kosovo   Yugoslavia officially abolished


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  Lawmakers are replacing Yugoslavia with a loose union of its remaining two republics, Serbia and Montenegro
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March 2003 ... more > Top ^
Mar.12  
  Zoran Djindjic, 50, was hit twice in the chest in front of the main government building in Belgrade
 
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  Police have found the remains of Ivan Stambolic, who disappeared while jogging in 2000. He had been executed
Mar.29     Milosevic's wife sought by police  Police have demanded that Mirjana Markovic return from Russia for questioning in connection with a political murder

April 2003 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2     Powell backs post-Djindjic reforms  U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell was 'absolutely delighted' with Serbia's commitment to reforms Apr.21   Serb war crime suspect surrenders  Miroslav Radic is a former Yugoslav army officer wanted on war crimes charges for his alleged role in a 1991 massacre

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Jun.13     War crimes arrest sparks clashes
  A former army officer Sljivancanin was arrested after violent clashes with a crowd trying to protect the fugitive

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Oct.20   Indictments on 4 Top Serb Officers
  The United Nations has indicted 2 ex-generals and the current police chief for a campaign of terror in Kosovo

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Nov.16     Serbia poll fails again  Serbia has failed for a 3rd time to elect a new president as voter turnout fell far short of the 50% required

December 2003 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6   Kosovo PM attacked by Serb mob   Ethnic Albanian prime minister Bajram Rexhepi and an international delegation have been assaulted in the town of Mitrovica Dec.27   Polls open in crunch Serbia vote
  The democratic bloc which overthrew Milosevic 3 years ago has split
Dec.28     Milosevic, nationalists make gains
  Former Yugoslav President was projected to win a seat in the parliament as Serb nationalist parties made gains in elections


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B. 01-21 Ex-Serb leader faces war tribunal UN Tribunal
2. 02-04 Yugoslavia officially abolished Serbia
D. 02-24 Serb hardliner surrenders at Hague UN Tribunal
03-12 Serbian Prime Minister assassinated Belgrade
F. 03-12 Crime gang blamed for PM killing Serbia
G. 03-13 Serb PM assassination: 56 arrested Serbia
H. 03-14 Police smash Milosevic ally's home Serbia
8. 03-15 Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic Belgrade
9. 03-16 Zivkovic nominated as Serb PM Serbia





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Ex-Serb leader faces war tribunal  Former Serbian President Milutinovic was in custody after surrendering to face war crimes in the 1999 war in Kosovo Serb war crime suspect surrenders  Miroslav Radic is a former Yugoslav army officer wanted on war crimes charges for his alleged role in a 1991 massacre   War crimes arrest sparks clashes  A former army officer Sljivancanin was arrested after violent clashes with a crowd trying to protect the fugitive Indictments on 4 Top Serb Officers  The United Nations has indicted 2 ex-generals and the current police chief for a campaign of terror in Kosovo Ex-Serb leader faces war tribunal  Former Serbian President Milutinovic was in custody after surrendering to face war crimes in the 1999 war in Kosovo Serb hardliner surrenders at Hague  Vojislav Seselj will face charges that his paramilitary troops committed atrocities during wars in Croatia and Bosnia Serbian Prime Minister assassinated Map of Belgrade Serbia




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Serbia, 2003 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
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Mar.12
  Zoran Djindjic, 50, was hit twice in the chest in front of the main government building in Belgrade
Mar.12 Crime gang blamed for PM killing
  Serbia's government says the assassination of Zoran Djindjic was carried out by members of an organized crime group Mar.13 Serb PM assassination: 56 arrested  A police manhunt for the killers of Zoran Djindjic yielded the arrests of 56 low-ranking members of a criminal gang Mar.14   Police smash Milosevic ally's home  Anti-terrorist police moved to demolish the headquarters of an underworld group Mar.17 Arkan home raided in Djindjic probe  Police raided the Belgrade home of feared warlord Arkan's young widow. Police had detained popular folk music star Mar.25   Djindjic sniper suspect arrested
  Police have arrested Zvezdan Jovanovic, they suspect was the sniper who killed Prime Minister Mar.27 Serb police kill Djindjic suspects  Police have shot and killed 2 men described as top suspects in the assassination of Prime Minister Mar.28 Ex-Serb president's body found
  Police have found the remains of Ivan Stambolic, who disappeared while jogging in 2000. He had been executed
Mar.29   Milosevic's wife sought by police  Police have demanded that Mirjana Markovic return from Russia for questioning in connection with a political murder Apr.21 Serb war crime suspect surrenders  Miroslav Radic is a former Yugoslav army officer wanted on war crimes charges for his alleged role in a 1991 massacre Oct.20 Indictments on 4 Top Serb Officers  The United Nations has indicted 2 ex-generals and the current police chief for a campaign of terror in Kosovo



Serbia, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Feb.4   Yugoslavia officially abolished
  Lawmakers are replacing Yugoslavia with a loose union of its remaining two republics, Serbia and Montenegro
Mar.15 Serbia bids farewell to Djindjic
  Hundreds of thousands have thronged the streets of Belgrade. International dignitaries joined widow and two children Mar.16 Zivkovic nominated as Serb PM  Murdered Djindijc's party has nominated his senior ally. Parliament must approve nomination by the Democratic Party Apr.2   Powell backs post-Djindjic reforms  U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell was 'absolutely delighted' with Serbia's commitment to reforms Jun.13   War crimes arrest sparks clashes  A former army officer Sljivancanin was arrested after violent clashes with a crowd trying to protect the fugitive Nov.16   Serbia poll fails again  Serbia has failed for a 3rd time to elect a new president as voter turnout fell far short of the 50% required Dec.6 Kosovo PM attacked by Serb mob   Ethnic Albanian prime minister Bajram Rexhepi and an international delegation have been assaulted in the town of Mitrovica Dec.27 Polls open in crunch Serbia vote
  The democratic bloc which overthrew Milosevic 3 years ago has split
Dec.28   Milosevic, nationalists make gains
  Former Yugoslav President was projected to win a seat in the parliament as Serb nationalist parties made gains in elections