Slo·bo·dan [sloh-buh-dahn], /ˈsloʊ bəˌdɑn/, 1941–2006, Yugoslav and Serbian politician: president of Serbia 1989–97, president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1997–2000, accused of war crimes 2001.
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How to use Milosevic in a sentence
Not a single American soldier was lost in combat, and eventually, as a result, Milosevic was toppled and tried for war crimes.An Open Letter to President Obama: Syria Is Not Our War | Christopher Dickey | August 30, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Serbian activists taped a photo of Milosevic to a barrel and left it next to a metal pipe in the middle of town.
Milosevic died of a heart attack in The Hague in 2006 while being tried for crimes against humanity.Princess Diana’s 50th Birthday: The ‘Unanswered Questions’ | Martyn Gregory | July 1, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Tomlinson testified that MI6 had devised a similar “plot” to kill the Serb leader, Slobodan Milosevic, in 1992.Princess Diana’s 50th Birthday: The ‘Unanswered Questions’ | Martyn Gregory | July 1, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Bernard-Henri Levy in France, who made a 1994 documentary urging military intervention against Slobodan Milosevic.
Because they really had no more effective channel of communication to Milosevic.
And while Milosevic may have won this battle – he may, indeed, have lost the war.
It agreed, in other words, to do Milosevic's bidding and dirty work.
In conducting these discussions, Milosevic's aim is two-fold.
Milosevic was freely elected by a majority wider than Clinton's.
British Dictionary definitions for Milošević
Slobodan (ˈslɒbədæn). 1941–2006, Serbian politician, president of Serbia (1989–97) and of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1997–2000). He supported ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992–95) and Kosovo (1998–99). He was ousted in 2000 and brought to trial (2001) for war crimes; died in prison before the trial was concluded
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