An alleged former concentration camp guard appeared before a judge in the Croatian capital of Zagreb in the first step to determine whether she will be tried for war crimes. Extradited this week from Argentina, Nada Sakic denied charges that she participated in torturing civilians and other activities that led to the deaths of thousands of inmates at the Jasenovac camp. Her husband, Dinko, who ran the camp, is awaiting trial on similar charges.
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