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The government of President Felipe Calderon was infuriated last year when U.S. lawmakers voted to cancel funding for a pilot program begun under President George W. Bush allowing long-haul Mexican trucks to circulate in the United States.
Under the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. agreed to open its market to Mexican trucks.
Judges order probe of prosecutors
THE HAGUE | Yugoslav war-crimes judges have ordered an independent investigation into charges the U.N. court’s prosecutors intimidated witnesses through threats, sleep deprivation and other tactics, a spokesman said Wednesday.
Mr. Seselj is accused of inciting atrocities by Serbian paramilitaries during the Balkan wars in the early 1990s, which he denies. He has vowed to turn his trial into a circus.
Mr. Seselj sent judges statements in which witnesses, whose names were not released, claim “sleep deprivation during interviews, psychological pressuring, an instance of blackmail … threats, or even illegal payments of money,” according to the decision.
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