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Monday, 24 March 2014

La Serbie a commémoré les 15 ans des bombardements de l'OTAN

Des cérémonies commémoratives se sont tenues lundi en Serbie à l'occasion du 15e anniversaire du début des bombardements de ce pays par l'OTAN lancés pour contraindre Belgrade de cesser la répression contre les séparatistes albanais du Kosovo.
A Belgrade, les proches des personnes tuées pendant les bombardements ont notamment déposé des fleurs devant le monument aux 16 employés de la société de télé- et radiodiffusion RTS qui ont péri le 23 avril 1999 lors d'une frappe aérienne, ainsi que devant le monument aux enfants victimes des bombardements.

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Kosovo: UN mission strongly condemns violence related to upcoming elections.


2 November 2013 – On the eve of municipal elections in Kosovo, the United Nations mission there said that police and international security are undertaking all necessary measures to ensure a safe election period following attacks at least two of the candidates.
“UNMIK (UN Mission in Kosovo) strongly condemns the recent violence against figures involved in the election process,” a spokesperson said, adding that while the nature of their cause is still being investigated, “such attacks must be condemned by all.”
The democratic process demands an environment free of violence and intimidation, the Mission stressed.

Thursday, 29 November 2012

U.N. Court Frees Former Leader of Kosovo

PARIS — A United Nations war crimes tribunal on Thursday acquitted the former prime minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, for the second time of torturing and killing Serb civilians while he was a commander of the NATO-backed Kosovo Liberation Army during its fight for independence in 1999. 
Two of his comrades, Idriz Balaj and Lahi Brahimaj, were also acquitted, although Mr. Brahimaj has already served a six-year sentence for torture handed down in an earlier trial. The judges ordered the three men released immediately.

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