EULEX Mission Confirms Location of Bodies Found in Serbia
EULEX Mission Confirms Location of Bodies Found in Serbia
On Friday, the European Union mission in Kosovo (EULEX) confirmed the information of the official Belgrade and Prishtina that experts from the Kosovo Institute of Forensic Medicine and Serbia's Government Commission on Missing Persons found human remains in Kiževak, a quarry near Raška, in the southwestern Serbia, KAG correspondent reported. Serbia's police secured a mass grave site, which according to the head of country's Missing Persons Commission, Veljko Odalović, might contain the bodies of 15 missing persons, since the end of the Kosovo conflict. On Friday, the EULEX said that the exact location was found with the help of aerial footage, adding that the work in Kiževak was still far from completion...Full story can be read through subscription.
Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice
Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice Acting President Vjosa Osmani said on Friday that over 13 thousand civilians were killed by Serbia in the recent war in Kosovo, many of whom were children, KAG correspondent reported. Osmani wrote on
Szunyog: Kosovo Government Must Be Ready to Face the Past
Szunyog: Kosovo Government Must Be Ready to Face the Past On Sunday, the Head of the EU Office in Kosovo, Thomas Szunyog, highlighted that the European Union strongly supports the work of The Hague-based Special Court of Kosovo, especially the fact that it
Williamson: If Kosovo Did Not Agree to the Court in The Hague, the UN Would Have Formed It
Williamson: If Kosovo Did Not Agree to the Court in The Hague, the UN Would Have Formed It Kosovo was faced with a dilemma, to allow the EU to form a Special Court under its legal authority in Kosovo and co-operate with them, or return things to the United Nations where Russia and Serbia