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U.S. Cuts Aid to Serbia over War Crimes Cases

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U.S. Cuts Aid to Serbia over War Crimes Cases

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U.S. Cuts Aid to Serbia over War Crimes Cases

U.S. Cuts Aid to Serbia over War Crimes Cases

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The United States says it is suspending aid to Serbia and Montenegro for refusing to turn over suspects to a U.N. war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Secretary of State Colin Powell says he cannot certify that Belgrade is cooperating the international court. U.S. aid depends on certification. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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