THE HAGUE  - A UN war crimes court on Thursday acquitted Kosovo’s ex-prime minister Ramush Haradinaj of murder and torture during the 1990s war of independence, enraging Belgrade with the second such acquittal in two weeks. “The chamber finds you not guilty on all counts in the indictment,” Judge Bakone Justice Moloto said, ordering Haradinaj and two former guerrilla comrades released immediately after their retrial on charges of witness intimidation. Fireworks exploded around Kosovo’s capital Pristina and the court’s public gallery erupted in cries of joy as the acquittals were announced, while the accused calmly welcomed the news.