Croatia extradites Djindjic plotter to Serbia





A man convicted of the 2003 assassination of the Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic has been extradited from Croatia to Serbia.

Sretko Kalinic was arrested in June after being shot by an accomplice in Djindjic's murder, Milos Simovic, who was later arrested himself.

Both men had been at large since the reformist Mr Djindjic was killed by a sniper linked to former paramilitaries.

In 2007, they were sentenced in absentia in Serbia to 30 years in jail.

Kalinic had been found guilty of plotting the assassination. The leader of the plot and the sniper were in court for the trial in 2007, and were jailed....


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