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Thursday, July 17, 1997

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  • CAMPAIGN FINANCE HEARINGS

    The Senate hearings into campaign finance abuses yesterday focused once again on former Democratic fund-raiser John Huang.

  • WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL

    The first person to be tried and convicted of war crimes by an international criminal court since the end of World War II was sentenced earlier this week to 20 years in prison. Judges at the UN’s Yugoslav war crimes tribunal in the Hague convicted Bosnian Serb Dusko Tadic in May of crimes against humanity for his role in the ethnic persecution of Bosnian Muslims and Croats in the Prijedor region of northwest Bosnia.

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