(FILES) This photo taken on February 27, 2003 shows Dragan Vasiljkovic in Belgrade, Serbia during a press conference. AFP PHOTO / FILES / ANDREJ ISACOVIC
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Croatian prosecutors Friday charged a former Serbian paramilitary commander, extradited from Australia last year, with the torture and murder of civilians and prisoners of war during the country's 1990s conflict.Dragan Vasiljkovic, nicknamed 'Captain Dragan,' was indicted for the detention and torture of Croatian civilians and police in the ethnic Serb rebel stronghold of Knin, the prosecutors said.Vasiljkovic was extradited by Canberra last July after almost a decade-long legal battle.
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