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19 May 2010 by Bojana Barlovac

Serbian authorities have uncovered a mass grave near the southwestern town of Raska, on the border with Kosovo. A forthcoming exhumation at the site will show whether it contains corpses of 250 ethnic Albanian victims from the 1998-99 Kosovo conflict, as it is thought, Bruno Vekaric, spokesperson for Serbia’s war crimes prosecutor’s office, told the IJT.

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15 April 2014 by IJT

The European Union (EU) is seeking to create a new specialised court operating outside Kosovo but under Kosovo jurisdiction, to investigate allegations of war crimes committed during the war in 1998-99. The deal has yet to be approved by Kosovo's parliament, where some voices strongly oppose the idea. 

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23 July 2014 by Stephanie van den Berg, Pristina (Kosovo)

Officially Kosovo is volunteering to establish of a special court to deal with alleged war crimes by Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) members. But behind closed doors Pristina officials are fuming that they have been strong-armed by the international community.

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05 November 2014 by Una Hajdari, Pristina (Kosovo)

Kosovo was rocked last week by accusations in the country’s leading daily, Koha Ditore, that top officials from the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX), which prosecutes corruption and war crimes cases, took bribes to release two defendants.