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11 Dec 14 Croatian Veterans Protest Post-War Suicides

Some 3,000 former soldiers marched through the centre of Zagreb, demanding that the government take action after the suicides of numerous 1990s war veterans.

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28 Nov 14 Montenegro NATO Victims’ Families Still Seeking Justice

Relatives of six civilians including three children killed in NATO air strikes on Montenegro in 1999 plan to take their case to Europe after their compensation claims were rejected by local courts.

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18 Nov 14 Regional Truth Commision One Step Closer To Establishment

The coalition of groups working to establish a fact-finding commission into the Yugoslav wars, known as RECOM, amended its statute ahead of the hoped-for formation of the commission next year.

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20 Aug 14 Montenegro Shifts Kosovo Refugees Into Containers

Refugees from Kosovo in Podgorica - whose camp burned down two years ago - have been re-housed in containers until permanent homes can be found for them.

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31 Jul 14 Kosovo Wins Public Support for War Rape Report

A total of 115,759 people in Kosovo have signed a petition urging the United Nations to produce a report about rapes committed during the late 1990s conflict.

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31 Jul 14 Murdered US Albanians’ Family Appeals to UN

The relatives of the three Bytyqi brothers, killed by Serbian forces after they fought for the Kosovo Liberation Army, urged the UN to pressurise Belgrade to prosecute their murderers.

 

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22 May 14 Kosovo Dubrava Massacre Survivors Seek Justice

Survivors of the killing of more than a hundred Albanians at the Dubrava prison during the Kosovo conflict blame the authorities for not bringing the perpetrators to justice.

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20 May 14 Kosovo President Urges Support for War Rape Victims

President Atifete Jahjaga said that Kosovo will join a global initiative on wartime sexual violence in a bid to address the problems of women raped during the late 1990s conflict.

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15 May 14 Serbia Urged to Prosecute US Albanians’ Killers

A website has been launched to campaign for justice for the three Bytyqi brothers, who were killed by Serbian forces 15 years ago after going to fight for the Kosovo Liberation Army.

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11 Apr 14 Dig Near Donji Vakuf Fails to Yield Mass Grave

No remains of victims from the 1990s war from the Prijedor area have been found at Oborci locality, near Donji Vakuf, after two days of digging.

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20 Mar 14 Kosovo War Rape Victims Get Fresh Support

Some 15 years after the conflict in Kosovo ended, parliament has decided to offer legal rights to wartime rape victims by amending existing legislation.

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07 Mar 14 Kosovo President Urges Punishment of Wartime Rapists

Kosovo’s President Atifete Jahjaga has established a national council for the survivors of wartime sexual violence in a bid to help rape victims come forward and demand their rights.

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06 Mar 14 Kosovo Accused of Failing War Victims

The Kosovo government has been harshly criticised for shortcomings in implementing legislation granting benefits to wartime victims and veterans and not informing them about their rights.

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20 Dec 13 Kosovo Massacre Children Demand Truth at Art Show

Three Kosovo children who survived a deadly Serbian attack on their town in 1999 spoke publicly after a controversial art exhibition they staged in Belgrade, which was attended by Serbia’s PM.

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18 Dec 13 Croatia Sues Wartime General Mirko Norac

The state wants Norac, the only Croatian general convicted of war crimes, to reimburse it for the 111,000 euro compensation paid to relatives of victims of atrocities.

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