Roma in Serbia

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The book consists of two parts. The first part deals with the Roma in Serbia from 1998 to 2003, focusing on cases of police violence and violence by private individuals, such as skinheads, and the discrimination experienced by Roma in many areas of society. The second part deals with abuse and violence against Roma in Kosovo between March 24 and September 1, 1999, as well as the position of Roma in Kosovo after the withdrawal of the Serb security forces.

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Otmica u Štrpcima

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Bukovica

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Otpor u nadležnosti policije

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Abductions and Disappearances of non-Albanians in Kosovo

At least 932 non-Albanians disappeared  or were abducted  in the period from the deployment of the international peacekeeping force (KFOR) in Kosovo on 12 June 1999 up to 31 December 2000. Field research by the Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) brought out that Serbs, Roma, Montenegrins and Bosniacs went missing on a daily basis from 12 June to 1 September 1999, in which period 835 non-Albanians were abducted or disappeared. The whereabouts of 593 remain unknown. The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) released 141 persons, 24 were able to escape from KLA prisons, 13 were set free by KFOR, and 62 were killed after being abducted.


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Pravično suđenje: priručnik

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