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02/12/2001 11:52 AM ID: 3502 Permalink   

100,000 People Rally to Support War Crimes Suspect


An estimated 100,000 people gathered in the southern Croatian town of Split to protest about the governments decision too allow General Mirko Norac to be arrested for alleged war crimes.

The General is currently in hiding but may give himself up to prosecutors according to sources close to him. There were nationwide protest throughout the country over the weekend in the Generals support.

However president Stipe Mesic said he should hand himself over because "Croatia is a law-governed state and the democratically elected authority wants to prove it."

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