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KOSOVO
DISAPPEARANCES OF NON-ALBANIANS

24th March - 10th August 1999

 

 

 

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Humanitarian Law Center

KOSOVO - DISAPPEARANCES OF NON-ALBANIANS 24TH MARCH - 10th AUGUST 1999


From 24th March until 10th August 318 non-Albanians were reported missing. Their fate remains unknown. With the exception of several cases reported before the end of may, the majority of kidnappings happened after the KFOR arrived to Kosovo. During the months of July and August 10 Serbs, who were kidnapped by the armed Albanians, were released. 19 kidnapped Serbs were killed and their bodies found and identified.

More than 1 500 Albanians, the majority of them from Djakovica area, were reported missing from the beginning of the NATO campaign in FRY until the withdrawal of the police, the Yugoslav Army and the paramilitary troops from Kosovo. There are certain indications that there is a significant number of Albanians in various prisons around Serbia.

Ad`i} Tomislav from Pri{tina. He disappeared in Pri{tina on 24th July. Source: Belgrade media

Anti} Njegovan (33) and Ili} Novica (38) were kidnapped from Koretina village on 31st July. Their bodies were found on 4th August. Source: Pravoslavlje Press

Arsi} Vladimir from Gra~anica (near Pri{tina). He disappeared on 28th June. Source: Belgrade media

Ba{i} Sadat, a Muslim from Nabrdje, a post office employee in Pe}. Disappeared without a trace on 21st June. Source: HLC

Babi} (first name unknown), an engineer from Pri{tina. He was abducted from his apartment in the Sunny Hill suburb of Pri{tina on 22nd June. Source: Belgrade media

Bademovi} Mujo, a Muslim from Pe}, unemployed. He disappeared on 18th June on the same occasion as Daci} Dragan and Joci} Du{an (see below). Source: HLC

Balti} Slavoljub from Vu~itrn. He was seen for the last time on 15th June around 8:00 p.m. on his way to Milo{evo village. He was arrested, handcuffed and escorted towards the ^i~avica mountain. Source: Belgrade media

Balti} Slobodan from Vu~itrn. He disappeared sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Belgrade media

Barac Djuro, a refugee from Croatia, lived in the Bo`ur Hotel in Pri{tina. He disappeared on 28th June. Source: Belgrade media

Begovi} Bla`o, a refugee from Croatia who lived in Orahovac. He disappeared without a trace on 16th June. Source: HLC

Begovi} Jovan, a refugee from Croatia residing in Orahovac. He disappeared on 16th June. KFOR found his body in the Brnja~a suburb on 22nd June. Source: HLC

Begovi} Simo, a refugee from Croatia who lived in Orahovac. He disappeared without a trace on 16th June. Source: HLC

Begovi} Nikola, a refugee from Croatia residing in Orahovac. He disappeared without a trace on 16th June. Source: HLC

Beri{a Afrim (30), a Roma from Suva Reka. He disappeared on 30th June. Source: ERRC report «Roma from Kosovo Testify», 2.08.1999

Bijeli} (father’s name Vi{eslav) Mirko from Prizren; Yugoslav Army GI Source: Belgrade media

Bio~anin Ljubisav, an ex-police officer. He disappeared on 22nd June around 3:30 p.m. He was last seen near Suva Reka. Source: Belgrade media

Boji} Dragoljub disappeared near Suva Reka on 13th June. Source: Belgrade media

Brakus Du{an from Nedakovac village near Vu~itrn. He disappeared on 19th June. Source: Belgrade media

Budimir Rade, Manager of the «Putnik» travel agency in Pri{tina. His relative claimed that Rade went to the local shop to buy some food on 4th August. He never came back. Source: Belgrade media

Buli} Budimir, born in 1950 in Orahovac, a social worker. He was taken from his flat on 18th June. Source: HLC

Buljevi} Mile, a refugee from Croatia, lived in the Bo`ur Hotel in Pri{tina. He disappeared on 25th June. Source: Belgrade media

Bur~i} (or Burd`i}) Dragan, Yugoslav Army GI. He disappeared sometime between 13th and 14th June along the Suva Reka-Kori{a road. He was driving a Mercedes truck, registration plate number: PZ-123-017. Source: Belgrade media

^upi} Branko, a Montenegrin from Pec. On 24th June around 11:30 a.m. he was taken from his house by five armed Albanians in black uniforms. That group came after the ^upi} household was visited by two Albanians in green uniforms, without visible weapons, who identified themselves as the KLA Control Unit. They searched the house and took 1 300 dinars (approx. US$ 50), one wedding ring, 2 rings and a golden chain. On their way out, they told the ^upi} family that they would have to leave Pe} the next day by 10:00 a.m. at the latest. The soldiers in black uniforms who took Branko with them, came back after an hour. They brought a message to Branko’s wife Mira in his own handwriting saying «Give them the gold». In the same message somebody wrote (the handwriting was unfamiliar to the wife) «And Deutsche marks too». His wife Mira gave the rest of her gold jewelry: necklace, bracelet, earrings and gold bangles. The soldiers told her that if she gave them the currency they would release Branko. She had only 90 dinars on her, which they did not want to accept. Source: HLC

Cvetkovi} Sinadin from Pri{tina was taken from his apartment in the morning of 22nd June. Source: Belgrade media

]anovi} Momir, a former State Security employee and his pregnant wife Slavica from Lipljan. He disappeared sometime between 14th and 19th June. Source: Belgrade media

^anovi} Jelena (71) from Pri{tina, the Ulpijana suburb, Bachelor Apartment Building 55; disappeared after she was threatened and blackmailed to leave her apartment. Source: Belgrade media

^eli} Ivan (37), an engineer at the Bela}evac coal mine. He disappeared on 14th June in Pri{tina. Last time seen around 2:00 p.m. as he was leaving his apartment in the Sunny Hill suburb for a meeting in down town Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

^oli} Petar, PhD from Pri{tina, Managing Director of «Grading» Company and a university professor and his brother-in-law, a pensioner from Belgrade. They were taken from Imer Gudjufija’s shop, where they were buying bread on 14th July around 12:30 p.m. They were put in a van with a «Police» sign on it and taken to the KLA prison in the Dragodan suburb. The KLA commander for that area was the son of ^oli}’s acquaintance Bed`et Pacoli, who ordered their release on 15th July at 9:45 p.m. Source: Belgrade media

^ubanovi} Djoka (59) from the Dardanija suburb in Pri{tina, 170 cm tall, grayish hair. He disappeared in Prizren. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance and Belgrade media

D`afer Luka, an Albanian from Pe}, member of the YUL Main Board (Yugoslav Left, Mira Markovi}’s party), member of the Serbian delegation in Rambouillet. He disappeared on 19th June in Pe}. Source: HLC

D`ungurovi} Stani{a disappeared in Uro{evac sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Da{i} Dragan (35) from Pe}. He was wearing a Yugoslav Army uniform from the very beginning of the NATO campaign and worked as a drafted courier. Disappeared together with Bademovi} Mujo and Joci} Du{an (see above and below). Source: HLC

Dabi`ljevi} Radun, from Cara Du{ana Street in Pri{tina and two truck drivers from Kru{evac (Serbia). They were kidnapped on 13th July while helping Radun to move out of his house. Radun was released on 16th July, the truck and its contents confiscated. The destiny and whereabouts of the two truck drivers remain unknown. Source: Belgrade media

Dabi} Milosav and Radmila from Nerodimlje. She disappeared sometime between 14th and19th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Dedi} Boban (65) from Orahovac. He was kidnapped on 8th June on his way home in the lower part of Orahovac. Source: HLC

Dejanovi} ^eda, a civilian from Srpsko Babu{e village (Uro{evac municipality). He was taken from the village on 19th June together with Dan~etovi} (or Dav~etovi}) Bo`idar and another man, whose identity is unknown. HLC received the information that on 19th June it was only Dejanovi} who was kidnapped and that Dan~etovi} was killed in the street by an Albanian on 15th of June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Dimi} Dragana from Pri{tina. She was kidnapped in down town Pri{tina before 20th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Dimitrijevi} Dragan, disappeared in the Vranjevac suburb of Pri{tina in the second half of June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Dimitrijevi} Milutin, disappeared in the Vranjevac suburb of Pri{tina during the month of June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Dini} Svetomir (50) lived near the «Bo`ur» Hotel in Pri{tina. His sister, Budislava Milosavljevi} reported to the Center for Peace and Tolerance that Svetomir disappeared from his apartment without a trace on 19th July. Source: Pravoslavlje Press

Djikanovi} Jova from Pe}. KLA soldiers took him from his apartment on 25th June. Source: Belgrade media and Radio Svetigora

Djoki} Miodrag from Pe}. He disappeared sometime between 19th and 23rd June. According to the available information, he was last time seen with Krsti} Maksim whose whereabouts are, also, unknown (see below). Source: HLC

Djoki} Vladimir from Pri{tina, the Sunny Hill suburb, block 4, gate 6, apartment 10. He disappeared on 29th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djordjevi} @arko from Sadovina village (near Kosovska Vitina) was taken from the village on 14th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djordjevi} Ljubomir, his wife Rada and their children Sanja and Goran were kidnapped from one of the Uro{evac suburbs by KLA soldiers on 22nd June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djordjevi} Ratko, a driver from Kru{evac (Serbia) disappeared on 2nd May. On that day he was driving an empty bus, registration plate UR-111-81, from Kru{evac to Uro{evac. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djordjevi} Slavko from Pri{tina was kidnapped in front of the apartment building in the Sunny Hill suburb SU 2 gate 40, sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djuki} Branko (38) from Pri{tina. He disappeared in the Sunny Hill suburb on 15th June. Source: Belgrade media

Djuki} Branko from Devet Jugovi}a village, near Pri{tina. He disappeared in the second half of June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Djuri~i} Milivoje (55), a lawyer from Pe}. He was a member of the local Civilian Crisis Headquarters during the NATO campaign. He disappeared together with Radonja Petrovi} (see below). Source: HLC

Duki} Anka from Magure village (near Lipljan); disappeared sometime between 14th and 19th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Duki} Miodrag (43) and Bori} (or Bosi}) Mladen (31) were taken from the Shock-absorber Factory in Kosovo Polje (near Pri{tina) on 24th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Eleven Serbs from Dojnice village (near Prizren). The village was burnt and destroyed sometime between the KFOR Units arrived to Kosovo and 7th August. The remains of five bodies were found on the spot. The destiny of another ten (or eleven) villagers remains unknown. Source: LA Times, 11th August,1999

Foli} Veljko (50) from Djakovica, a driver at the «Lasta» transport company. Veljko and his family left Kosovo for Belgrade before the arrival of KFOR. He returned to Pe} (through Montenegro) on 16th June in order to find a way to take his mother from Djakovica as well. He spent two nights in the Pe} Patriarchate. In the morning of 19th June he went to town and no one has heard or seen him ever since. Source: HLC

Four shepherds from Rani Lug village. Their identity remains unknown. Source: CB Radio-operators, Belgrade media

Four Serbs from [ilovo village, near Gnjilane. Their identity remains unknown. Source: CB Radio-operators, Belgrade media

Gordi} Milo{, a refugee from Mostar and Ostoji} Veljko (34), a refugee from Krajina. They both lived in «Bo`ur» Hotel in Pri{tina and were taken from the hotel on 12th July. Their whereabouts remain unknown. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Grkovi} Jovo, disappeared in Slivovo after KFOR arrived. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Grkovi} Ljubi{a, born in 1955 in Orahovac. He was employed as a doormen by the Plastics Factory «18. November» in Orahovac. He had some serious psychiatric problems. He disappeared somewhere between his house and down town Orahovac, in the vicinity of the Serbian Orthodox church, on 4th July. A relative, who saw Ljubi{a last, assumed that he was on his way to check on his brothers’ (Aleksandar and Neboj{a) apartments. The brothers were forced to leave Orahovac on 16th June. The relative saw Ljubi{a going towards the Albanian street, where there was a fresh water spring, around 4:00 p.m. He ran in Ljubi{a’s direction, trying to prevent him from entering the Albanian part of town. The relative stopped there because he hesitated to go to the part (of town) where there are no Serbs. Ljubi{a never came back. Source: HLC

Grkovi} Svetislav (Sveta) from Orahovac, born in 1933, a production manager at «18. November» Plastics Factory. He was kidnapped from his house in Svetosavska Street, which is in the lower part of Orahovac and his wife, Jela, was present during the event. There are rumors among the Albanians that his house was full of weapons and that could be the reason for his kidnapping. Source: HLC

Grkovi} Panta (67) from Orahovac was taken from his house on 16th June. His body was found in the vicinity of the «Termoment» Factory in the Brnja~a suburb of Orahovac on 22nd June. His hands were tied with a wire and he was killed with a firearm. There are rumors among the local Albanians that Panta was most probably killed because his sons were police officers. Source: HLC

Gruji} Branko (65) born in Pe}, a pensioner of a Belgrade based company. The KLA arrested him in Pe} on 18th June. On that day Branko came to the KLA check-point, which is just opposite the «Beopetrol» gas station in down town Pe}, in order to find out what happened to his nephew Milorad Gruji}. The KLA arrested Milorad that morning. Branko’s wife Mira and a priest from the Pe} Patriarchate saw Branko at the above-mentioned checkpoint and were present when the KLA soldiers took him in his own car (Fiat 132, reg. plate PE-36-00) towards the KLA police station reportedly to take his statement regarding his nephew. Branko disappeared without a trace. Source: HLC

Gruji} Milorad (42) from Pe}, a driver for the «Kosovo Trans» Company. Uniformed Albanians arrested him in front of his home which is close to the «Ramiz Sadiku» primary school around 10:00 a.m. on 18th June. Source: HLC

Hajderpa{i} Nenad and another person, whose identity is unknown, disappeared on the Berane (Montenegro)-Pri{tina road on 17th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Halimi Ali Tasim, a Roma born in 1974 in Orahovac. He disappeared at the beginning of July. Source: HLC

Hamya Jusuf, a Roma born in 1963 in Orahovac. He was on social welfare as a deaf and mute person. He disappeared around 15th June. Source: HLC

Hamza Halit Skelzen, a Roma born in 1965 in Orahovac, a factory worker. He disappeared at the beginning of July. Source: HLC

Hariton, a monk from the Holy Archangel Monastery near Prizren was kidnapped on 15th June. Source: Belgrade media

Hiti Marijan, kidnapped in Rudare village near Podujevo. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Ili} Milorad, from the Dardanija suburb in Pri{tina. He disappeared at the beginning of July. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Ilija (surname unknown) disappeared in Zaskok village. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Isaku Adran, a Roma born in 1979 in Orahovac. He disappeared in Djakovica at the beginning of July. His father was a police officer in Orahovac. Source: HLC

Ivanovi} Mileta and his daughter Jelena (or Jovana) were taken from their apartment in Pri{tina in the morning of 22nd June. Source: Belgrade media

Ivezi} (father’s name Slobodan) Neboj{a (25), born on 21st November 1974 in Prokuplje. He was drafted in the middle of the night of 9th April and sent to Kosovo. He disappeared on (the) Suvi Bunar-Lukare road, 4 km from Pri{tina on 18th May. Eleven (11) draftees were on their way to the local shop to buy some bread. The KLA ambushed them on the road, the truck driver was shot dead on the spot by a snyper, 4 soldiers were killed in the subsequent shoot-out and the other four fled and hid in the nearby forest. Neboj{a and his friend Lazi} Batica (26) from Prokuplje disappeared without a trace. Miroslav Ivezi}, Neboj{a’s uncle, learnt that another 40 young draftees from Prokuplje were reported missing. Source: HLC

Izderovi} Slavi{a (25), a musician from Novi Pazar. He was a Junior officer and a member of the Yugoslav Army Orchestra. He was kidnapped on 13th June in the Vranjevac suburb of Pri{tina. He was traveling with Krnji} Radomir in the red Opel Ascona reg. plate 203-21 PR. They both disappeared without a trace. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina, Human Rights Board of Sand`ak and Belgrade media

Ja{ovi} Aleksandar (60), an economist from Pe}. He was seen for the last time on 20th June in Pe}. Source: HLC

Jefti} Milica (80), a refugee from Croatia, residing in Orahovac. She disappeared on 5th July. She was on her way from the Serbian part of Orahovac towards the city center where she wanted to check on her house. Source: HLC

Je{i} Marko, a Yugoslav Army soldier. He disappeared in the Vranjevac suburb of Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Jevri} Milo{ (59) from Pe} was seen for the last time in the morning of 19th June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Joci} Du{an (24) from Pe}, a Yugoslav Army draftee, employed by the IGM mine in Klina and a part-time student of the College of Economy. He was taken from the street, together with Daci} Dragan and Bademovi} Mujo, by KLA soldiers under the pretext that there was something they should do for the KFOR. The event took place in front of the municipal building around 9:30 a.m. on 18th June. The son of the retired teacher, Novak Pavli~evi}, saw them escorted by KLA soldiers towards the printing house «Dukadjini», that served as the local KLA headquarters. Source: HLC

Joki} – eight family members – relatives of @arko Joki}, a police officer from Gotiva village (near Vitina). They were kidnapped sometime between 14th and 17th June. The kidnappers were, reportedly, seeking to exchange them for missing Albanians. Source: Belgrade media

Jovanovi} Zoran, a medical doctor-surgeon at the local hospital in Gnjilane disappeared in the first weeks of July. Source: Belgrade media

Jovanovi} Krunoslav, from Pri{tina, was taken from the «Batlava» Company building in Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Jovanovi} Milorad, disappeared in Pri{tina. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, and Belgrade media

Jovanovi} Vladimir from Stepe Stepanovi}a Street 40 in Pri{tina, allegedly was kidnapped by Iberdomaj Gani, an Albanian. Source: Belgrade media

Jovanovi} Nikola and Popovi} Rade, former police officers. They disappeared in the Glogovac area on 4th May. Source: Belgrade media

Jovi} Mirko, an engineer. Source: Belgrade media and CB Radio-operators

Kara} Milutin (51) disappeared in Pe} around 15th June. Source: Belgrade media

Kaza} Milutin (43), a Serb from Pe}; disappeared on 19th June. Source: HLC

Kazi} Novica from Orahovac was kidnapped on 16th June. The KLA released him on 21st June. According to some second-hand information, he was tortured during his imprisonment. Source: HLC

Koci} Stanislav, disappeared in Varo{ village sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Belgrade media

Kolar~evi} Novak and Zorka from Gatnja village (near Uro{evac); disappeared sometime between 14th and 19th July. Source: Belgrade media

Kordi} Jovica, disappeared in Vu~itrn sometime between 14th and 18th June. Source: Belgrade media

Kova~evi} Neboj{a (17) from Pri{tina was taken from his apartment on 22nd June. His mother Gordana is absolutely positive that a group of Albanians from Tirana took her son. Source: Belgrade media

Krsti} Maksim, a Russian citizen who lived in Pe} was kidnapped on 19th June. Source: HLC and Belgrade media

Krsti} Sne`ana (30) from Orahovac, a deaf-mute person. No one has seen her since 5th July. Source: HLC

Kuzmanovi} Djordje, disappeared in Pri{tina. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Belgrade media

Lali} Spasoje (40) from Pe}, a Tobacco Factory worker. His wife Mira was a witness when he was arrested by a group of uniformed Albanians in Pe} on 18th June. Source: HLC

Lazi} Batica (26) a draftee from Prokuplje. He disappeared on the same incident as Ivezi} Neboj{a along Suvi Bunar-Lukare road on 18th May (see above). Source: HLC

Lju{i} Stanoje (1936), a pensioner from Istok. His neighbor, Drago Djuri}, saw him for the last time on 1st July. No one has seen or heard from Stanoje ever since. Source: HLC

Luki} Slobodan from Pri{tina, Kupusi{te residential block number 4, apartment 16; disappeared after KFOR arrived, but before 5th July. Source: Belgrade media

Ma{ulovi} (or Masulovi}) Miodrag, disappeared from the Vranjevac suburb in Pri{tina in the second half of June. His body was found in front of the primary school building, which, allegedly, was the KLA headquarters. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Belgrade media

Majmarevi} Gradimir from Orahovac was seen for the last time on 22nd June. On that day he left Orahovac with Stani{a Vito{evi}. They were on their way to a farm which is just outside Orahovac in the Velika Ho~a village direction. There are rumors among the local Albanians that Gradimir’s son Aleksandar was a member of Arkan’s paramilitary unit. Source: HLC

Maksi} Radomir from Pri{tina, disappeared from the Praskina vodenica residential quarters, building B3, 8th floor. Source: Belgrade media

Markovi} Branko from Pri{tina, a driver for the local TV station (former TV Pri{tina). He was last time seen around 7:30 p.m. on Saturday 12th June. Source: Belgrade media

Markovi} Desimir, disappeared from Varo{ village sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Belgrade media

Markovi} Novica and his brother, both from Mu{uti{te village (Suva Reka municipality); disappeared in the second half of June. Source: Belgrade media

Markovi} Novica was kidnapped in Gole{ka Street in Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Markovi} Zoran, disappeared near Suva Reka on 13th June. Source: Belgrade media

Martinovi} Vojislav was kidnapped in front of his house in Pe} on 24th June. Source: HLC and Belgrade media

Marulovi} Branko from Pri{tina, disappeared after KFOR arrived, but before 9th July. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops and Belgrade media

Mersula Maylum, a Roma born in 1950 in Orahovac. He disappeared at the beginning of July. His family is in Germany. Source: HLC

Mi{ulovi} Mi{ko disappeared in Pri{tina. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Mijatovi} Zoran (20) from Ra{ka (Serbia), a Yugoslav Army GI doing military service in Pe}, disappeared during the withdrawal of the YA from Kosovska Mitrovica before 15th June. Source: Belgrade media

Miki} (female, first name unknown, age 18) disappeared in Pri{tina on 24th June. Source: Belgrade media

Miki} Leposav (or Leposava), (55) and Milo{ (61) from Pri{tina, the Ulpijana suburb, gate 9, apartment 23, disappeared on 23rd June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Miki} Svetomir from Su{ica village near Pri{tina, employed in the Pathology Department of Pri{tina Hospital. He disappeared around 8:00 a.m. on 21st July (Wednesday morning) on his way to the hospital. According to the statement of his fiancee, Valentina Tanaskovi}, Svetomir was never drafted and continued to work throughout the NATO campaign and after the KFOR contingent arrived. Miki} was the President of the Serbian Resistance movement in Gra~anica. Source: Belgrade media

Mila~i} Ljubi{a was last time seen on Podujevo-Pri{tina road. Source: Belgrade media

Mila~i} Miroslav from Belovac village (near Podujevo) was kidnapped sometime between 14th and 24th June. Source: Belgrade media

Milan~i} Miro from the Ulpijana suburb of Pri{tina; last time seen on 25th June. Source: Belgrade media

Mili} Mica and Milo{ from Sitni~ka Street 55, Vranjevac suburb, Pri{tina; disappeared after KFOR arrived, but before 5th July. Source: Belgrade media

Milivojevi} Goran (21) from Sevojno-Serbia and Koba~evi} Dragan (47) from Zlakuse village (near U`ice)-Serbia. They disappeared on the Kosovska Mitrovica-Prizren road, somewhere near Zve~ane. They were driving a milk delivery truck, blue «Mercedes» reg. plate UE-166-00, owned by a dairy factory from Sevojno. Source: Belgrade media

Miljkovi} Tihomir (born in 1927), a pensioner from Orahovac. He was taken from his house on 16th June. The reason for his abduction, according to some local Albanians, could be the fact that Tihomir was carrying a weapon. Source: HLC

Milosavljevi} Sladjan disappeared in Zaskok village. Source: Belgrade media

Milovanovi} Smiljko (42), a Yugoslav Army draftee from Blace (Kru{evac municipality). Smiljko’s family gathered the following information: he was captured by KLA soldiers on his way to a local grocery shop in Dobri Do village (near Podujevo) around 5:00 p.m. on 21st May. Two of Miljko’s colleagues (also draftees), who recounted the event to the family, drove with him to the said village in order to buy some drinks. They were encountered by a group of KLA soldiers who captured Smiljko, but the other two draftees escaped. They reported the case to their commander, YA colonel Srdanovi}, who sent a search party to the village. They did not find traces of violence on the scene. Source: HLC and Belgrade media

Miri} Mladen (born in 1949), an artist, who lived and worked on the property of the Bogorodica Ljevi{ka church in Prizren. He disappeared somewhere around Prizren on 29th June. Source: Belgrade media

Mirkovi} (father’s name Ilija) Zoran from ^anipe village (near Brus)-Serbia, disappeared on 13th June. Source: Belgrade media

NN person (25) from Novo Selo (Djakovica) municipality. He was a guest in the Roma quarter in Orahovac. Source: HLC

Nikola Jovanovi} and Capaki} Cepo from ^arapi} village (Ljubovija municipality) were taken from «Bo`ur» Hotel in Pri{tina (Bosnian refugees were accommodated there) in the evening of 23rd June. Source: Belgrade media

Nikoli} Dejan from Pri{tina was taken from his apartment in the Sunny Hill suburb in Pri{tina after 7:30 p.m. on 26th July (Monday). A group of armed Albanians broke into his apartment, tied him down and, allegedly raped his common law wife M. M. Source: Belgrade media

Nikoli} Spasa from Mala Kru{a village (Orahovac municipality) was kidnapped on 16th June. He was kidnapped on 16th June. The KLA held hin until 21st June when he was released. According to some information, Spasa was tortured during his imprisonment. Source: HLC

Ostoji} Mirko, an Emergency Room worker from Dvor on Una. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Panti} @arko, a YA draftee. He disappeared on 11th April, on the same incident as Tanaskovi} Dragoljub and another three draftees. They were on their way from Prizren to Suva Reka, when they took a short-cut towards Le{ane village. No one has seen or heard from them ever since. Source: HLC

Paunovi} Jovica and Arsi} Dragan, both from Pasjan village (near Gnjilane) disappeared sometime between 25th and 28th June. Source: Belgrade media

Pavlovi} Slobodan and his son Nenad (15), Dimitrije Milenkovi} and his son Aleksandar, Moma Dimi} and Dejan Proki} from Kosan~i} Ivana Street in Obili} (near Pri{tina) were kidnapped by KLA soldiers while standing in front of their houses on 16th June. Their bodies were found several days later in Mazgit village (near Obili}). Source: Belgrade media

Pelevi} Cvetko from Orahovac was taken from his home on 16th June. There are rumors among local Albanians that Cvetko’s brother-in-law was an arsonist and that this could be the reason for his abduction. Source: HLC

Peri} Dobrivoje (68) from Gnjilane was kidnapped in the street on 26th July. A KFOR Unit found him in the street on 29th July. He was severely beaten and KFOR took him to the hospital. Dobrivoje was so badly injured that he died the same day. Source: Belgrade media

Petkovi}, Dr. Neboj{a, an oral surgeon from Pri{tina. His uncle, Slobodan was the last person who saw him on 4th August. Source: Belgrade media

Petrovi} Mi}a (64) and Radmila (61), parents of a police inspector, were kidnapped from their apartment in Alji Keljmendi street in Djakovica on 1st August. The case was reported to KFOR. Source: Belgrade media

Petrovi} Mitra (born in 1945), Karadjordjeva street G1/13, her daughter Andrijevi} Danijela (1973), Danijela’s husband @arko and their children Darko (five months old) and Tamara (eighteen months old) all from Prizren. @arko was sitting next to the driver (identity unknown), when someone opened fire on their «Lada» car in down town Prizren. The driver was shot and killed on the spot and @arko was wounded. The event took place at the beginning of July and the whole family went missing after it. Source: Human Rights Center in Belgrade, 9.07.1999

Petrovi} Radonja (64), a pensioner from Pe}. He had an appointment with Djuri~i} Milivoje, a lawyer, in down town Pe} at 8:00 a.m. on 19th June. They were both seen next to the fast food outlet in town around 12:30 p.m. Radonja’s son @eljko saw his father, the lawyer and another man, Jovica Savi}. They told @eljko that they were on their way to the lawyer’s apartment, which is quite near the «Beopetrol» gas station, to see what happened as it was allegedly broken into. There was a KLA check point opposite the gas station at the time. A priest from the Pe} Patriarchate, who was arrested at that check point on 19th June and released the same day, was the last to see Petrovi} Radonja and Milivoje Djuri~i}. According to the priest, they had visible signs of violence on them. Source: HLC

Petrovi} Vera from Pri{tina, last time seen around 4:00 p.m. on 15th June on her way from her home in the Ulpijana suburb to the Pri{tina Hospital. Source: Belgrade media

Petru{i} Radmila disappeared in Pri{tina. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Pilipovi} Rade disappeared from the Pri{tina city center on 4th August. He was waiting for a removal truck near the Bratstvo and Jedinstvo monument. Source: Belgrade media

Piljevi} Petrija (57) from Pri{tina, the Dardanija suburb SU 1/5, gate 2, apt. 37. She was taken from her apartment around 4:00 p.m. on 28th June. Her son Dragan claims that her neighbors Adeljina and Mona Ismajli from apt. 8 and Ljuljeta Djonbaljaj from apt. 35. Petrija’s neighbor, Zoran Djo{i} tried to help her, but the Albanians kidnapped him too. Their neighbors Stana Joksimovi} who saw three KLA soldiers and Adeljina Ismajli in front of Petrija’s apartment and Milunka Djo{i} (the wife of kidnapped Zoran) who saw six persons entering the apartment, reported the incident to KFOR. Dragan Piljevi} also claims that Zoran and his mother were taken to the apt. 25 from where screams and cries for help were heard. After that the two were dragged to apt. 8 and around 10:00 p.m. were transferred to an unknown location. Adeljina Ismajli gave an interview to the Guardian journalist. She said that she found her apartment robbed when she came back from Macedonia and a photograph of Dragan Djo{i} in it. Hisnija Jasi}i told the journalist Petrija Piljevi} was an accomplice in robberies of Albanian apartments and that Hisnija son’s guitar was found in Petrija’s apartment. Another neighbor, a Turk, who refused to disclose his identity told the journalist that Dragan Piljevi} was bringing groups that robbed the Albanian apartments. Dragan denied those accusations and claimed that the incriminating photograph was stolen from his raincoat when Adeljina entered his mother’s apartment. The Albanian neighbors claimed that Dragan Piljevi} and his brother Zoran were in the police unit during the NATO campaign. Dragan denied that and stated that his brother was only a security guard at the post office and the «Panorama» building in Pri{tina. Some of the neighbors think that Petrija might be in her house in Kosovo Polje, near Pri{tina but her son knows for sure that she wasn’t there. Source: Guardian 14.07.1999 «Truth goes missing with Mrs. Piljevic» and Belgrade media

Proti} Svetislav from Su{ica village (near Gra~anica), went missing on 21st July (Wednesday). Source: Pravoslavlje Press and priests from Pri{tina

Prusac (or Brusac) Nenad and Radi} Milan (or Milo{), refugees from Croatia, lived in «Bo`ur» Hotel, disappeared on 26th June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Radevi} Bogdan, Milo{, Branko and Branko’s wife were kidnapped in Pe}. Source: Belgrade media

Radivojevi} Nikola (60) from Prizren disapeared on 27th June. KFOR informed the family that his body was found on 27th June. Source: Pravoslavlje Press, 28.07.1999

Radojkovi} Velimir from Skoplje, a truck driver employed by the IGM «Skoplje» Company based in Macedonia. According to Velimir’s colleague from the second truck in the convoy, Jakimovski Mile, they were ambushed by four armed Albanians in a black «Mecedes» without registration plates. The event took place some 500 meters from Macedonia / Serbia border post «Djeneral Jankovi}» on their way to Prizren, where they were supposed to deliver building material. Source: Belgrade media

Radovanovi} Milorad and his wife Zorka from Osek Hilja village (Djakovica municipality) disappeared in the night of 15th July. Source: Belgrade media

Rai~evi} Zoran from Pri{tina, disapeared in the Vranjevac suburb, Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Raji~i} Zoran, a former police officer. Disappeared in the Vranjevac suburb, Pri{tina in the second half of June. Source: Belgrade media

Rajkovi} Mirjana, Slavoljub and Violeta from Pri{tina, disappeared in the second half of June. Source: Belgrade media

Raki} Radovan from Djakovica, disappeared around 7th July. Source: Belgrade media

Rako~evi} Petar from Devet Jugovi}a village near Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Risti} Bratislav (47), a bank employee from Pri{tina, the Dardanija suburb. Three armed Albanians took him from his apartment around 9:15 p.m. on 12 July. His wife and their two-year old child witnessed the scene. Source: Belgrade media

Risti} Davor (28) from Serdar Janko Vukoti} Street in Kosovo Polje, disappeared around 1:00 p.m. on 22nd June on the Kosovo Polje-Pri{tina road. He was driving a white «Yugo». Source: Belgrade media

Risti} Dragan and his wife Maria from Srpsko Babu{e village (near Uro{evac) disappeared sometime between 14th and 19th June. Source: Belgrade media

Risti} Milorad from Pri{tina, son of Bora Risti}, who was an employee of the former Temporary Executive Council of Kosovo. Milorad was taken by several KLA soldiers from Vidovdanska street in the vicinity of the Council in down town Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Risti} Pera from Novo Topli~ane village (Lipljan municipality), a dairy factory worker was taken by uniformed KLA soldiers on the afternoon of 16th July (Friday). According to the testimony of his wife, Slobodanka, he was taking buckets of milk on his bicycle over the bridge on the Sitnica river (two km from Lipljan). She also claims that Ademi Muhadem, Lecaj Sulja and his brother, whom she suspects committed the Staro Gracko killings, took Pera towards Majdan hamlet. Source: Belgrade media

Sari} Marko from Podujevo, a Forestry Farm worker from Podujevo disappeared on 19th July on his way from Ta~evci to Metoija village (mainly Albanian population) in order to buy petrol and cigarettes. A few days later his body was found in Krpimej village near Podujevo. Source: Belgrade media

Sekuli} Milo{, his wife Gordana and their four children aged 10, 7, 5 and 2. They all disappeared from their apartment in the Dardanija suburb in the night of 25th June. Source: Belgrade media

Simi} Petko (70) from Orahovac was kidnapped on 16th June. The KLA released him on 21st June. According to some second-hand information, he was tortured during his imprisonment. Source: HLC

Slobodan Vuja~i} and Luka Petru{i} (or Peru{i}) residing in Sitni~ka Street, Pri{tina. They both disappeared during the month of June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Spasi} Veljko (40) from Pri{tina, last time seen in the Sunny Hill suburb of Pri{tina on 10th June. Source: Belgrade media

Srdi} Stefan, a refugee from Croatia, who lived in «Bo`ur» Hotel in Pri{tina. He disappeared on 18th June. Source: Belgrade media

Srdi} Stevo (33) from Pri{tina; last time seen in the Velanija suburb around 11:00 a.m. on 18th June. Source: Belgrade media

Stamenkovi} @arko from Devet Jugovi}a village, north of Pri{tina. He disappeared near Miljevac village on 24th June. He was driving a red VW «Golf» reg. plate number PR-40-27. Source: Belgrade media

Stamenkovi} Petar, an electrical technician at the former MUP Pri{tina. He was kidnapped by 3 armed Albanians in the «Voja Jankovi}» suburb of Pri{tina around 6:00 p.m. on 14th June. KFOR intervened and Stamenkovi} was released. Source: Belgrade media

Stani{i} Zoran from Slovinje village (Lipljan Municipality) was kidnapped in front of his house on 22nd June. A priest from the Lipljan parish claims that Ljuljzim Ga{i killed Zoran, but the place of his burial remains unknown. Source: Belgrade media

Stankovi} Bo`idar (51) was abducted from Srpsko Babu{e village (Uro{evac Municipality) on 18th June. Source: Belgrade media

Stankovi} Todor (51) and Trajkovi} Dejan (29), drivers from Bujanovac, Serbia disappeared in Suva Reka on 13th June. They were driving a «Mercedes» truck reg. plate VR-498-19. Source: Belgrade media

Stefan Puri}, a hieromonk from the Budisavci Monastery and a teacher (name unknown) from Klina; both disappeared on their way from the monastery to the local food store on 19th July. David Perovi}, a monk who came to the Budisavci Monastery in order to investigate the case, learnt from the villagers that Father Stefan was taken to the KLA headquarters for questioning. Source: Information Center of Serbian Orthodox Church and Pravoslavlje Press 21.07.1999.

Stefanovi} Jelena from Pri{tina was kidnapped in the Akta{ suburb of Pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

Stepi} Zvonimir (31) from Kosovo Polje, a driver employed at the Bela}evac Coal Mine, near Pri{tina. He was taken from the mine grounds by a group of armed Albanians around 2:30 p.m. on 12th July. Zvonimir was getting ready to drive home a group of mine workers. Six workers managed to escape to the nearby Kuzmin village and they claim that another 3 or 4 mine workers were taken on that occasion. Source: Belgrade media

Stevanovi} Vlastimir from Dojnice village disappeared from Skrobi{te village (near Prizren) on 12th June. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Stevi} Milan, a municipality worker. He disappeared in the vicinity of the School for agriculture in Pri{tina on his way to Kosovo Polje. Source: Belgrade media

Stevi} Zlatko from Poni{ village (near Gnjilane) was taken off in an unknown direction on 21st July. Source: Belgrade media and Pravoslavlje Press, 22.07.1999

Sto{i} Branko from Gornja Mahala (Gornja Brnjica) village, disappeared in the second half of June. Source: Belgrade media

Sto{i} Neboj{a from Pri{tina, a professor at the University of Pri{tina, was taken by a group of Albanians on 22nd June. Source: Belgrade media

Stojanovi} David, a medical doctor, Director of Gnjilane Hospital was taken from the Kamnik suburb around 5:40 p.m. on 8th July. He was released after three days he had spent in a private prison. Source: Belgrade media

Stojanovi} Dragan and Mom~ilo from Gornji Mrke{ village (near Gnjilane). Their Albanian neighbors kidnapped them and dragged them towards a nearby forest on 29th July (Thursday). Source: Church Council in Gnjilane and Belgrade media

Stojanovi} Milo{ (51) from Miladin Popovi} Street, Pri{tina, was kidnapped on 10th July and released on 13th July. Source: Belgrade media

Stoli} Neboj{a disappeared from Varo{ village sometime between 14th June and 4th July. Source: Belgrade media

Stoli} Slobodan from [timlje disappeared in the afternoon of 15th June. On that day a group of KLA soldiers broke into the Stoli}’s household, which is in down town [timlje and took Slobodan away. Source: Belgrade media

[aranovi} Stanko disappeared in Pri{tina. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

[kembarovi} Miodrag from Pe} disappeared in the night of 21/22nd June. Source: Belgrade media

[o{ki} Miodrag disappeared in Pe}. Source: Belgrade media

[trbac Marica, a refugee from Croatia residing in Orahovac disappeared without a trace on 16th June. Source: HLC

[uki} (or Djuki}) Miodrag (42), Vasi} Mladen (33) and Slavkovi} Dragoljub (44) all from Rabovce village. They disappeared on the Lipljan-Rabovce road. They were traveling in a red «Yugo». Source: Belgrade media

Ta{ovi} (or Tasovi}) Djordje from Ive Lole Ribara Street in Pri{tina, a medical doctor. He disappeared in the second half of June. Source: Belgrade media

Tali} (maiden name) Vera and her husband Bora, daughter and son-in-law of Mirko and Jovanka Tali} from [timlje, who were killed on 10th July. Vera and Bora disappeared on the same day. Source: Belgrade media and Pravoslavlje Press, 22.07.1999

Tanaskovi} Dragoljub (53), a drafted officer and his 4 (four) colleagues disappeared on 11th April. They were on a mission and were traveling from Prizren to Novake village (near Suva Reka). They took a shortcut towards Le{ane village (KLA stronghold). Panti} @arko and Dragan (surname unknown) disappeared together with Dragoljub. Source: HLC

Tasev Tome (45) from the Ulpijana suburb in Pri{tina, gate 8, apt. 15, disappeared on 23rd June. Source: Belgrade media

Tasi} Ljubinka and Miodrag from Uro{evac. They were, allegedly, dragged out from a convoy of Serbs, who left Uro{evac for Serbia. It happened in the presence of the Greek KFOR members. Source: Belgrade media

To{kovi} Djordje (75), a retired gynecologist from Pe}. He had a house in the Kape{nica suburb of Pe}. During the NATO campaign, he was staying at his relative’s flat (Peri} family), who had left Pe} about a year ago. He went to check on his house in Kape{nica on 20th June and never came back. Source: HLC

Todi} Miroslav (50) from Velika Ho~a (Orahovac Municipality). He disappeared on 23rd March. He was seen for the last time on his way from Velika Ho~a towards Brestovac village (exclusively populated by Albanians). Source: Belgrade media

Todorovi} Marko from Kru{evac (Serbia). He disappeared on the Pri{tina-Prizren road on 21st July. Last time he called, he said that he was on his way to Prizren in his truck full of goods. Source: Belgrade media

Todorovski Dragan, son of ER Director Milivoje Todorovski. He was abducted from the Akta{ suburb of Pri{tina, where he lives, around 3:00 p.m. on 26th June. The abduction was, allegedly, ordered by Hasan Beca, a medical doctor, and executed by Sulejman D`aka, an ER driver. Source: Belgrade media

Todorovski Sa{a disappeared in Pri{tina sometime between 15th June and 5th July. Source: Report by Bishop Artemije «List of Killed and Kidnapped Serbs» compiled for the Session of the Holy Synod of Bishops, Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Tomanovi} Andrija, a medical doctor from Pri{tina and Director of the Surgical Department at Pri{tina Hospital. He was taken from the hospital on 24th June as he was getting ready to go home after his shift. Source: HLC and Belgrade media

Tomi} ^aslav from Pri{tina, last time seen as he was leaving Pri{tina for Serbia with a truckload of his belongings on 10th July. Source: Pravoslavlje Press 11.07.1999

Topi} Zoran from Pri{tina disappeared from the Vranjevac suburb of Pri{tina around 4:00 p.m. on 15th June. On that occasion 12 GI’s and 2 Yugoslav Army officers disappeared. Source: Belgrade media

Trajkovi} Dragan disappeared sometime in June. Source: Center for Peace and Tolerance in Pri{tina and Belgrade media

Vasi} Dragoljub, a pensioner from Pri{tina. He was kidnapped from his flat in Robert Gajdi Street in the night of 17/18th July. Miomir Djuki}, his relative, came in the morning of 18th July to check on Dragoljub, but he wasn’t there. The relative was under the impression that Dragoljub was dragged out of his bed. Source: HLC

Velimirovi} Mihajlo (55), a refugee from Croatia, residing in Orahovac was kidnapped on 18th June. The event took place soon after Mihajlo came back from the Serbian part of Orahovac, where he took his mother. Source: HLC

Vitkovi} Borivoje and Slavica from Gnjilane. They were kidnapped from down town Gnjilane sometime between 20th and 23rd June. Source Belgrade media

Vitkovi} Zoran, a judge from Gnjilane. A group of armed Albanians kidnapped him on the Bujanovac road near Dobro~ane village. He was interrogated and maltreated. Judge Vitakovi} was released after a few hours at the intervention of the Russian contingent of KFOR. Source: Belgrade media and Church Council in Gnjilane

Vito{evi} Marko, born in 1939 in Orahovac, a pensioner. He was taken from his house on 16th June. Source: HLC

Vito{evi} Stani{a, born in 1944 in Orahovac, an electrician. He was kidnapped together with Majmarevi} Gradimir on 22nd June (see above). Source: HLC

Vu~eti} Dragan, born in 1967 in Ljubovija, a volunteer at the Military Police. He lived in Prizren with his wife Olivera and son Nikola. Until January 1999, he was a police officer at the MUP in Prizren, when he resigned. When the NATO campaign started he volunteered for the Military Police. The Vu~eti} family learnt on 13th May from col. Tomislav Mitic, that Dragan was kidnapped on the same incident as captain Tanaskovi} Dragoljub and another three YA draftees: Filipovi} @arko, Todorovi} @ivota and Cvetkovi} (or Cvetanovi}, name unknown) along the Prizren-Pri{tina road. The Military police, captain Tanaskovi} and Vu~eti}, were escorting the draftees, Filipovi} and Cvetkovi}, to Pri{tina on charges of alleged theft. They were travelling in the civilian car, a red IVECO van, reg. plate PZ-106-341, with a tobacco factory logo on it. Col. Miti} also told the family that he received a call from a certain Baljaji, the KLA commander from Prizren, saying that Dragan Vu~eti} is in his custody and that the KLA is willing to exchange him for an Albanian. Source: HLC

Vulevi} Vlado (25), a Serb from Zaha} village (Pe} municipality). An Albanian neighbor from the same village protected him. A group of armed KLA soldiers demanded that the Albanian surrender Vlado, but he refused. The KLA used force and took Vlado and his brother. The brother was released the following day, whilst Vlado’s fate remains uncertain. Source: HLC

@ivi} Nenad (15) disappeared in Pri{tina on 16th June. Source: Belgrade media

@ivi} Vojo (74) and his son Dragan (55) from Staro Rujce village (near Lipljan) disappeared on 10th July. Vojo and his wife had left the village around 20th June and joined their son Dragan’s household in Lipljan. The father and son disappeared when they went into the fields to collect hay. The family found their belongings (dishes, cups etc.) on the road which were thrown out of the car. The car was also gone. Source: Serbia Info, 11.07.1999

Zdravkovi} Zoran, a Serb disappeared somewhere near Raniluge village on 3rd August. Source: Pravoslavlje Press

KIDNAPPED SERBS – IDENTITY UNKNOWN

Eleven Serbs from Dojnice village (near Prizren). The village was burnt and destroyed sometime between the KFOR Units arrived to Kosovo and 7th August. The remains of five bodies were found on the spot. The destiny of another ten (or eleven) villagers remains unknown. Source: LA Times, 11th August,1999

Four shepherds from Rani Lug village. Their identity remains unknown. Source: CB Radio-operators, Belgrade media

Four Serbs from [ilovo village, near Gnjilane. Their identity remains unknown. Source: CB Radio-operators, Belgrade media

NN person (25) from Novo Selo (Djakovica) municipality. He was a guest in the Roma quarter in Orahovac. Source: HLC

12 GI’s and 2 Yugoslav Army officers disappeared on 15th June in the Vranjevac suburb of pri{tina. Source: Belgrade media

 

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