Kosovo Liberation Army
Some MPs argued that only former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters should get state benefits, while others insisted that other guerrillas who fought in the 1998-99 war should also receive assistance.
"Special court for Kosovo crimes to be set up in Hague"
BRUSSELS -- Those accused of organ harvesting and trafficking will be tried before a special court in The Hague and not in Priština as sought by the Kosovo government.
This was reported by Tanjug, which said it learned this from diplomatic sources in Brussels.
BRUSSELS – Those accused of organ harvesting and trafficking crimes that are the subject of a report by former Council of Europe rapporteur Dick Marty will be tried before a special court in The Hague and not in Pristina as sought by the Kosovo government, Tanjug has learned from diplomatic sources in Brussels.
Thaci's statement "irresponsible and untrue"
BELGRADE -- The Serbian Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija has strongly condemned a statement by Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci.
Earlier this week, he said that Serbian forces "committed genocide in Kosovo."
In its reaction, the office stressed that this claim was "irresponsible and untrue."
New legislation will give financial benefits to war veterans, but it remains unclear how many people fought for the Kosovo Liberation Army and how much money they will get.
Opposition MPs condemnd the decision of the Kosovo government to increase salaries for employees in the public sector by 25 to 50 per cent on Thursday.