This France24 video is called Carla Del Ponte: Kosovo Serbs Murdered For Their Organs.
The German government is preparing to deport 14,000 refugees to Kosovo, despite warnings by the United Nations Refugee Commission that they face dangers to life and limb: here.
Germany is preparing to deport back to Kosovo 10,000 Roma and Sinti who had fled the country during the German-backed war in former Yugoslavia: here.
European Union officials in the contested region of Kosovo have named seven people as suspects in an international organ trafficking network: here.
Kosovo ‘organ trafficking’ exposed: here.
Britain: Campaigners have called on the government to comply with international law and release refugees from detention after a watchdog said they were being held for “unacceptably long” periods of time: here.
Serious failings by prison officers and social services are to blame for the death of an 18-year-old asylum-seeker from Darfur in Sudan who had been threatened with deportation, a court has ruled: here.
Investigation into mass grave ends
Montenegro: A court has said that an investigation into a suspected mass grave has been closed after finding no evidence that Kosovo Albanians were buried at the site.
Spokeswoman Biljana Covic said that no trace of a mass grave had been found at a sawmill in Andrijevica, near the border with Kosovo.
Slovakia to pull Kosovo troops
Slovakia: The Defence Ministry has announced proposals to end the country’s 140-strong troop deployment in the contested region of Kosovo in order to release troops for the faltering US-led campaign in Afghanistan.
Spokesman Richard Sumeghy did not say how many more soldiers were expected to join the 300 Slovak troops who are currently fighting under Nato command in Afghanistan.
On Thursday the Czech Defence Ministry revealed that it is planning to send another 200 troops to Afghanistan to join the 600 Czech soldiers already there.
Troops to leave Kosovo this year
Slovakia: MPs approved a government plan today to withdraw the country’s troops from the contested region of Kosovo.
Parliament voted 136-0 to withdraw all 140 servicemen deployed in Kosovo by the end of this year. Slovak troops have been a part of the Nato-led force since 1999.
Slovakia is one of several EU countries that does not recognise Kosovo’s independence.
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