After the Kosovo authorities arrested an ethnic Serb policeman on charges of war crimes committed during the Kosovo war, Serbia accused Prishtina of pronouncing him guilty before a trial had even started.
Kosovo is excluding civilian victims of the war from the historical record by not having any memorial to properly remember them. Even when such a memorial is made, it is done in the worst way.
On the fifteenth anniversary of Kosovo’s independence, a book about two mothers who lost their loved ones during the war has been translated into Dutch and is being promoted in The Hague.
The Kosovo Specialist Chambers rejected former war veterans’ organisation leaders Hysni Gucati and Nasim Haradinaj’s appeals against their convictions for obstructing justice and intimidating witnesses but reduced their sentences by three months.
Kosovo’s special prosecutor said that former Serbian police special forces commander Goran ‘Guri’ Radosavljevic is wanted for alleged involvement in the 1999 Reçak/Racak massacre, in which 44 ethnic Albanians were killed.