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Doctors jailed for Kosovo organ trafficking

A Kosovo court has sentenced five doctors for up to eight years in prison for involvement in an international organ trafficking ring. A panel of two EU and one Kosovo judges gave Lutfi Dervishi, an ethnic Albanian and prominent urologist, the harshest term of eight years in prison for “organised crime and human trafficking” on […]

The War on Yugoslavia Twenty Years Later: NATO’s First ‘Humanitarian’ War

On March 24th 1999, following the failure of peace talks brokered by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the people of Yugoslavia writhed and screamed under a shower of deadly bombs raining down from the skies. [2][3] Over the course of a 78 day campaign, NATO would dispatch 35,000 combat operations over the sovereign state involving […]

12 babies died 1992 despite numerous pleas

Croatian and Muslim armed forces blocked the “Posavski corridor” that connected Bosanska Krajina and Serbia. The corridor cut off Banja Luka from Serbia. Because of this, it was not possible to supply Banja Luka with oxygen by land. Only the air supply remained as an option, but it wasn’t possible either because of a flight ban over Bosnia and Herzegovina, imposed […]

Swiss approve extradition of Naser Orić to Bosnia

Switzerland is to extradite Naser Orić, a former Bosnian military commander, to Bosnia after arresting him in Geneva on June 10. He is wanted by the Serbian authorities on the grounds of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Orić was placed in detention in Switzerland pending extradition, based on an international arrest warrant from Serbia. […]