Kosovo Liberation Army

"Pristina team's new chief threw corpses into lime pit"

The newspaper said on Monday that Limaj was a member of a group ten defendant acquitted of charges of crimes against civilians and members of the Serbian (Yugoslav) Army and (Serbian) police in the village of Klecka near Suva Reka in 1998.

Dozens of people were killed and massacred there, their bodies thrown into a lime pit to cover up the crime.

Tony Blair Denies Involvement in Kosovo Project

After Hashim Thaci announced that he had a meeting with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair earlier last week, the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change said on Tuesday that Blair met the Kosovo President in a personal capacity. 

"Mr. Blair has known President Thaci for a long time and met him in a personal capacity," the Tony Blair Institute told BIRN in a written response. 

Kosovo Opposition Urges PM to Quit Over Visa Liberalisation

The parliamentary group of the biggest Kosovo opposition party, the Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK on Tuesday demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and his deputy, Fatmir Limaj, after a statement from European Commissioner Johannes Hahn that visa liberalisation with the EU is more likely to come by 2020 than the hoped-for end of 2018.