Two Kosovo Albanian security officers held over war crimes

By REUTERS
November 15, 2012 19:35

 
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PRISTINA - The European Union police and justice mission in Kosovo (EULEX) arrested three ethnic Albanians, two of them officers in a NATO-trained security force, on Thursday on suspicion of war crimes.

The three men were detained in their hometown area of Skenderaj, a former bastion of the guerrilla Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) which rose up against Serbian government forces in the majority ethnic Albanian province in 1998-99.

"The suspects are charged with war crimes against the civilian population," said Blerim Krasniqi, a EULEX spokesman.


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