Police on Wednesday detained Zarko Zaric, who was a policeman in Kosovo before the war, for questioning as a witness in a war crime case.
Media reported that Zaric, a Serb who left Kosovo after the war but returned to live there again three years ago, was held in the village of Ljubozda in the Istog/Istok municipality and then taken to the capital Pristina to be interviewed.
Kosovo Police have confirmed that their anti-terrorism unit arrested a woman named as Ikballe Berisha-Huduti on Tuesday after she called for revenge for the US targeted assassination of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani.
Her social media posts on Facebook included one describing revenge an "obligation" that "has no border".
It is stated that the publication of these photographs, with the approval of the Special Prosecution Office, aims at collecting data and identifying persons from the photographs.
The Kosovo municipality of Gjakova/Djakovica's Office for the Collection and Documentation of War Crimes submitted 102 new criminal complaints against alleged Serbian war criminals to Kosovo police on Monday.
This was the 13th batch of criminal complaints filed by the municipal office in Gjakova/Djakovica about war crimes by Serbs, bringing the total number to around 1,600.