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Sweden to Investigate Hague Court Jail

Published måndag 3 april 2006 kl 11.12
A cell at the Hague jail

Sweden has agreed to investigate the operation of the United Nations detention unit where former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic died three weeks ago.

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia announced it would started the probe after media reports of banned substances including unprescribed drugs had earlier been found in Milosevic’s cell.

The 64 year old Milosevic was found dead by prison guards on March 11th. An autopsy conducted by Dutch pathologists concluded he died from a heart attack.

The Swedish Prison and Probation Service is sending three experts to conduct the investigation.

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