On the evening of May 26, 1999, hours before Nato warplanes began their nightly bombardment of Serbia’s capital, Zeljko Raznatovic plopped himself down on a couch in the Drawing Room, an intimate, plush lounge in the Belgrade Hyatt, to watch Manchester United play Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
Raznatovic - better known as Arkan, leader of the most ruthless and feared Serbian paramilitary unit - took a sip from a bottle of Becks...
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