A Croatian court had ruled that a former Yugoslavia intelligence chief Josip Perkovic can be extradited to Germany where he’s wanted over the killing of a Yugoslav dissident in the 1980s.
He is one of ten Croatians arrested under an amended extradition law which took effect on January 1st to bring the country in line with most of the EU.
Perkovic worked for the former Yugoslavia’s federal secret service the UDBA which has been blamed for the 1983 murder in Bavaria.
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