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UN prosecutors seek 20 years for Kosovo ex-premier

AFP , Monday 25 Jun 2012
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Prosecutors in the retrial of Kosovo's former prime minister Ramush Haradinaj sought "at least" 20 years in prison on war crimes charges Monday.

"The least sentence that should be imposed is one of 20 years imprisonment," prosecutor Paul Rogers told the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal, which had ordered the retrial after judges found witnesses were intimidated during Haradinaj's original 10-month trial.

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