13 Jul 17 US Urged to Pressure Vucic Over Bytyqi Murders

The family of three Albanian-American brothers killed in Serbia in 1999 want US officials to put pressure on President Aleksandar Vucic during his upcoming visit to Washington to resolve the case.

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06 Jul 17 Kosovo Organ-Trafficking Retrial Opens in Pristina

The retrial of three men originally convicted of involvement in organ-trafficking from the Medicus clinic near the Kosovo capital began at Pristina Basic Court.

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05 Jul 17 Serbian Soldier Dies Before Kosovo Massacre Trial Verdict

Milojko Nikolic, a former Serbian soldier accused of involvement in the massacre of more than 100 Kosovo Albanians during the 1999 war, has died before the end of his trial in Belgrade.

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03 Jul 17 Kosovo Ex-Commander Lushtaku Cleared of War Crimes

Kosovo’s Supreme Court has acquitted a former senior member of the Kosovo Liberation Army, Sami Lushtaku, who had been convicted of war crimes against civilian prisoners.

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29 Jun 17 Red Cross Presses Serbia, Kosovo Over Missing Persons

Belgrade and Pristina must do more to locate burial sites and clarify the fate of over 1,600 people still missing as a result of the Kosovo war, said the International Committee of the Red Cross.

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28 Jun 17 Kosovo War Court Rules Finally Approved

The Specialist Chamber of Kosovo’s Constitutional Court approved the revised rules of procedure and evidence for the new special court that will try Kosovo wartime fighters.

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22 Jun 17 Kosovo Landmine Victims Demand Serbia Pay Compensation

Kosovo’s Association of Mine-Injured Civilians asked Serbia to pay compensation to people injured in landmine blasts during and after the war, and called on the Pristina government to raise the issue in Brussels.

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20 Jun 17 Senior Kosovo Ex-Guerrillas’ Supreme Court Appeal Opens

Former senior Kosovo Liberation Army members Sylejman Selimi and Sami Lushtaku’s appeal against their conviction for war crimes against civilian prisoners began at the country’s Supreme Court.

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12 Jun 17 Serbian Right-Wingers Protest Against Kosovo Film

Dozens of far-right activists in the Serbian city of Novi Sad tried to stop the showing of a film about life in Kosovo, but police ousted them from the building after they forced their way in.

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09 Jun 17 Wartime Leaders Play Key Role in Kosovo Election

Former guerrilla leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army are playing major roles in the current election campaign in the country, despite the looming possibility of prosecutions by a new war crimes court.

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01 Jun 17 UN Response to Kosovo Lead Poison Claims Condemned

The European Roma Rights Centre and other organisations condemned the UN's refusal to provide compensation for Kosovo Roma victims of lead poisoning.

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29 May 17 Kosovo Serb Pleads Not Guilty to War Crimes

Zoran Vukotic, a Kosovo Serb extradited from Montenegro last year and charged with war crimes against ethnic Albanian civilians in 1999, pleaded not guilty at the first hearing on Monday in Mitrovica Basic Court.

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27 May 17 UN Fails to Compensate Poisoned Kosovo Roma

UN plans to finance community projects instead of compensating Kosovo Roma, are incurring criticism from human rights organisations.

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25 May 17 Kosovo's Top Court Acquits Limaj of War Crimes

Kosovo's Supreme Court has acquitted Fatmir Limaj, former commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, of committing war crimes in the Klecka detention centre in 1999.

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19 May 17 Kosovo Serbs Arrested for Daubing Nationalist Graffiti

Police on Thursday said they arrested two Serbs for writing 'Kosovo is the heart of Serbia' on the wall of a school in April - though the suspects were later released.

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