Delays Plague Trial in Murder of Serbian Leader

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In December, the trial began for alleged members of the Serbian mafia charged with murdering reform-minded Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic last year. The trial, which has spent just 12 days in the courtroom, has been plagued by constant delays, missing suspects and the recent murder of a witness. Hear NPR's Emily Harris.



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