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The iron grip of Milosevic mafia finally crumbles

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 Manchest

18th March, 2006

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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