Kosovo Liberation Army

Amnesty: Serbia, Kosovo to conduct investigation on missing

NEW YORK - On the International Day of the Disappeared, August 30, Amnesty International urges authorities in Serbia and Kosovo to carry out prompt, independent, effective and impartial investigations against those suspected of enforced disappearances and abductions committed before, during and after the international armed conflict in Kosovo in 1999.

Families seek justice for Serb victims in KiM

BELGRADE - The Association of Families of Kidnapped and Missing Persons in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) presented on Tuesday to the Serbian War Crimes Prosecution the list of demands for legal actions to be taken against ethnic Albanian criminals they suspect of being responsible for the deaths and disappearances of their loved ones.

Marty: Many expected no positive results from report

ZURICH - The report by Clint Williamson, the lead prosecutor in the special team set up by the EU to investigate crimes against Serbs and other non-Albanians in Kosovo-Metohija, has come as a surprise to Western governments, which did not expect it to produce positive results, says Dick Marty, a former special rapporteur of the Council of Europe.

Thaci will also be indicted, claims daily

Thaci will also be indicted, claims daily

BELGRADE -- Clint Williamson's statement that "KLA leaders will be accused of crimes reveals that the list will include KLA leader Hashim Thaci," writes a daily.

Beside Thaci, among those to be accused of war crimes will also be ten former members of the KLA, the Belgrade-based daily continued.