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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.

Del Ponte regrets lack of evidence in organ harvesting case

Del Ponte regrets lack of evidence in organ harvesting case

BELGRADE -- Carla Del Ponte expressed regret today that an EU team headed by U.S. prosecutor John Clint Williamson was unable to find sufficient evidence in their probe.

They looked into allegations of human organ trafficking in Kosovo.

Families of kidnapped Serbs want indictments

Families of kidnapped Serbs want indictments

BELGRADE -- An association of families of Serb victims in Kosovo has expressed dissatisfaction with a statement of organ trafficking case investigator Clint Williamson.

The American prosecutor who heads a EU special team said in Brussels there was "not enough evidence" to raise indictments.

Williamson: No evidence of human organ trafficking

BRUSSELS - John Clint Williamson, chief prosecutor for the EULEX Special Investigative Task Force responsible for an investigation into the allegations concerning the human organ trafficking in Kosovo-Metohija in 1999, said in Brussels on Tuesday that no sufficient evidence has been found that organs were forcibly harvested from the people abducted in Kosovo in 1999, but that there is evidence

Vucic: Report will confirm objectivity of EU institutions

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic stated on Tuesday that the publication of the report of the special investigative team headed by U.S. prosecutor Clint Williamson will confirm the objectivity of EU institutions and the international community in the investigation of crimes committed during the war in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM).

Organ trafficking case investigator to meet with PM

Organ trafficking case investigator to meet with PM

BELGRADE -- Clint Williamson is visiting Belgrade on Tuesday and and will meet Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, it has been announced.

The American prosecutor heads an investigation team of the EU that is looking into allegations of human organ trafficking in Kosovo.

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