Kiszczak trial

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The Independent Online
KATOWICE (Reuter) - Poland's former interior minister, General Czeslaw Kiszczak, will go on trial next month over the police killing of nine miners at the start of martial law in 1981, local prosecutors said yesterday. Eugeniusz Czora, spokesman for the regional court in Katowice, said the trial of 24 people charged over the deaths could start on 10 March.