Nationalist war crimes suspects arrested in Kosovo


This video is called Kosovo — Hashim Thaci — Organ Traffic –Euronews–2010-12-18–Perspectives.

The Council of Europe report Inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo is here.

From DPA news agency in Germany:

EU police in Kosovo arrest nine war crime suspects

Mar 16, 2011, 15:11 GMT

Pristina – The European Union police force in Kosovo said Wednesday that it has arrested ‘a number’ of people in connection with war crimes allegations.

The terse statement by the EU’s law enforcing mission in the former Serbian province provided no other details.

Local electronic media say nine suspects were arrested, including a police commander in the southern town of Prizren. All were members of the ethnic Albanian Kosovo Liberation Army, which fought Serbian security forces in 1998-99, reports said.

The Balkan Insight news portal said a two-hour stand-off between EU and Kosovo officers occurred during the arrest of the police commander.

The myth of the “humanitarian” war in Kosovo: here.

There is renewed political turmoil in Kosovo after the country’s top court ruled Monday that the recent election of the country’s new president was unconstitutional. New parliamentary elections may now also be necessary: here.

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