Former Bosnian army general Jovan Divjak carries flowers which he received from supporters after being released from Austria, at the airport in Sarajevo
Former Bosnian army general Jovan Divjak carries flowers which he received from supporters after being released from Austria, at the airport in Sarajevo, July 29, 2011. An Austrian court on Friday rejected a Serbian request for the Bosnian wartime general and let him walk free, saying it could not guarantee he will receive a fair trial in Serbia. Austrian police detained Divjak in Vienna in March under a Serbian arrest warrant on charges related to an attack on a Yugoslav army column in Sarajevo early in the 1992-95 war. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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