FILE - In this Feb. 17, 2008, file photo, Serbian police officers carrying injured policeman in front of U.S. Embassy during a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence, in Belgrade, Serbia. A Serbian court has issued suspended prison sentences for four suspects and acquitted three more who were tried in the 2008 torching of the U.S. embassy in Belgrade after a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence.
FILE - In this Feb. 17, 2008, file photo, Serbian police officers carrying injured policeman in front of U.S. Embassy during a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence, in Belgrade, Serbia. A Serbian court has issued suspended prison sentences for four suspects and acquitted three more who were tried in the 2008 torching of the U.S. embassy in Belgrade after a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence. Darko Vojinovic, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Feb. 17, 2008, file photo, Serbian police officers carrying injured policeman in front of U.S. Embassy during a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence, in Belgrade, Serbia. A Serbian court has issued suspended prison sentences for four suspects and acquitted three more who were tried in the 2008 torching of the U.S. embassy in Belgrade after a rally against Kosovo's declaration of independence. Darko Vojinovic, File AP Photo

Serbian court suspends sentences in US embassy attack case

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