[JURIST] A Croatian court on Wednesday approved the extradition of a communist-era intelligence chief who is wanted in Germany for the killing of a Yugoslav dissident in the 1980s. Former intelligence chief Josip Perkovic was arrested [Reuters report] on January 1 as Croatia acted to comply with EU extradition law. Perkovic, who worked for the Yugoslav federal secret service (UBDA), helped set up Croatia's national intelligence agency when it seceded from Belgrade in 1991 and held senior security posts throughout...

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