The Specialist Prosecutor's Office in The Hague on May 2 filed fresh indictments for war crimes, torture, unlawful murders and political arrests against four KLA leaders held in The Hague.
British journalist Vaughan Smith told BIRN how he witnessed Serbian forces’ bloody assault on the complex of Kosovo Liberation Army co-founder Adem Jashari in March 1998 – the incident that marked the beginning of the Kosovo war.
Rrustem Mustafa and Sokol Dobruna were issued ‘invitations’ to the Hague-based war crimes court, while the purpose of the summons remains unknown both to the former KLA members and the public.
Overblown figures of KLA veteran pension schemes sustained by Haradinaj’s government are set to cause millions in damages, while those responsible remain far from the reach of the court.
Kosovo Security Forces lit the annual bonfire to mark the 20th anniversary of the Prekaz attack, often referred to as the beginning of the Kosovo War.