Accused war criminal Seselj in fiery return home to Belgrade

Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj waves to supporters gathered outside the Radical Serb Party (SRS) headquarters in Zemun, near Belgrade, on November 12, 2014Serb ultranationalist leader Vojislav Seselj made a fiery return home on Wednesday following his release by a UN war crimes tribunal for cancer treatment, branding his country’s leaders “traitors”. Welcomed at the airport by family, officials from his party and more than 1,000 supporters, the defiant hardliner — who is charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity — vowed to chase from power his former allies. Several hundred people gathered at his Serbian Radical Party (SRS) headquarters to hear him speak. Speaking of his release by the judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague, he said: “They say it is temporary.

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