Candles spell the word 'Freedom' next to pictures of former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj outside the U.N. war crimes tribunal, rear, in The Hague Thursday Nov. 29, 2012. The war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time of murdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. The verdicts came in the U.N. court's first ever retrial which was ordered after appeals judges branded the 2008 acquittal of Haradinaj and KLA fighter Idriz Balaj and the conviction of a third KLA commander, Lahi Brahimaj a "miscarriage of justice" because of widespread intimidation of prosecution witnesses. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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Candles spell the word 'Freedom' next to pictures of former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj outside the U.N. war crimes tribunal, rear, in The Hague Thursday Nov. 29, 2012. The war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time of murdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. The verdicts came in the U.N. court's first ever retrial which was ordered after appeals judges branded the 2008 acquittal of Haradinaj and KLA fighter Idriz Balaj and the conviction of a third KLA commander, Lahi Brahimaj a "miscarriage of justice" because of widespread intimidation of prosecution witnesses. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Candles spell the word 'Freedom' next to pictures of former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj outside the U.N. war crimes tribunal, rear, in The Hague Thursday Nov. 29, 2012. The war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted Haradinaj and two of his former Kosovo Liberation Army comrades for the second time of murdering and torturing Serbs and their supporters in Kosovo's war for independence. The verdicts came in the U.N. court's first ever retrial which was ordered after appeals judges branded the 2008 acquittal of Haradinaj and KLA fighter Idriz Balaj and the conviction of a third KLA commander, Lahi Brahimaj a "miscarriage of justice" because of widespread intimidation of prosecution witnesses. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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