Australia's Department of Home Affairs has revealed that war criminals, as well as immigrants alleged to have committed crimes of grave international concern, will henceforth have their visas canceled and will be deported immediately. This is a sequel to the revelation that two convicted war criminals and an alleged war criminal who partook in the slaughtering of 43 people during the Balkans war had been residing in the country for decades, as reported by The Australian. Following accusation of war crimes in Skabrnja in August 1991, one of the men, 60-year-old Zoran Tadic - a paramilitary commander, in a bid to avoid deportation to Croatia fled to Serbia last month, leaving his western Sydney's home. A man, Marinko Pozder, in Tadic's paramilitary unit is also expected to flee his home in Green Valley. Miroslav Mlinar, the third on the list, went back to Belgrade in 2002 but moves freely between Serbia and Australia since he still has Australian citizenship.
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