FILE - A July 4, 1999 file photo of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's family, wife Mirjana Markovic, right, son Marko Milosevic, left, and Milica Gajic, Marko's common law wife, center, at the opening of Bambi amusement park in Pozarevac, Serbia. A senior Serbian official says Slobodan Milosevic’s widow and son should return from their exile in Russia now that the former autocrat’s allies have returned to power in the Balkan country. Milosevic's widow, Mirjana Markovic, and son Marko Milosevic fled to Russia after the wartime leader was ousted in 2000. They have been granted refugee status there, despite warrants for their arrest issued by the former pro-Western Serbian government which was defeated by nationalists in elections in May. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic, File)

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FILE - A July 4, 1999 file photo of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's family, wife Mirjana Markovic, right, son Marko Milosevic, left, and Milica Gajic, Marko's common law wife, center, at the opening of Bambi amusement park in Pozarevac, Serbia. A senior Serbian official says Slobodan Milosevic’s widow and son should return from their exile in Russia now that the former autocrat’s allies have returned to power in the Balkan country. Milosevic's widow, Mirjana Markovic, and son Marko Milosevic fled to Russia after the wartime leader was ousted in 2000. They have been granted refugee status there, despite warrants for their arrest issued by the former pro-Western Serbian government which was defeated by nationalists in elections in May. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic, File)
FILE - A July 4, 1999 file photo of former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic's family, wife Mirjana Markovic, right, son Marko Milosevic, left, and Milica Gajic, Marko's common law wife, center, at the opening of Bambi amusement park in Pozarevac, Serbia. A senior Serbian official says Slobodan Milosevic’s widow and son should return from their exile in Russia now that the former autocrat’s allies have returned to power in the Balkan country. Milosevic's widow, Mirjana Markovic, and son Marko Milosevic fled to Russia after the wartime leader was ousted in 2000. They have been granted refugee status there, despite warrants for their arrest issued by the former pro-Western Serbian government which was defeated by nationalists in elections in May. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic, File)
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