‘No foul play’ in Milosevic death

DUTCH PUBLIC prosecutors have said that their investigation into the death of Slobodan Milosevic showed that he died of natural causes. “There is not a single indication that the death was the result of foul play,” prosecutors said. Soon after his death, a Dutch expert said traces of rifampicin, a powerful antibiotic that could have counteracted medication for his heart condition, had been found in his blood. However, independent Dutch tests on the body found no trace of drugs capable of causing his death.