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Serb war crimes suspect faces Australian extradition

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Australia has approved the extradition of a Serbian war crimes suspect to Croatia over allegations of torture and murder during Zagreb's 1991-1995 war of independence, according to officials. 

Australia has approved the extradition of a Serbian war crimes suspect Dragan Vasiljkovic (pictured in 2003) to Croatia over allegations of torture and murder during Zagreb's 1991-1995 war of independence, according to officials.

Dragan Vasiljkovic, known as "Captain Dragan", was a paramilitary commander with a Serbian rebel group opposed to Croatian independence from Yugoslavia. The Belgrade-born Australian citizen denies war crimes.

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