US Congress Committee Urges Serbia to Try American-Albanians’ Killers

US Congress Committee Urges Serbia to Try American-Albanians’ Killers

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The House Foreign Affairs Committee again passed a resolution urging Serbia to bring to justice the killers of the Albanian-American Bytyqi brothers, murdered in 1999 after being detained by Serbian police.


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Court of Appeal: Time Lapse and Impossibility of Repeat of Crime Regarded as Mitigating Factors for Defendant Charged with War Crime

Court of Appeal: Time Lapse and Impossibility of Repeat of Crime Regarded as Mitigating Factors for Defendant Charged with War Crime

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The Court of Appeals in Belgrade has handed down a judgment reducing the sentence for Ranka Tomić, who was convicted of a war crime against a prisoner of war, from five to three years in prison. The Humanitarian Law Center (HLC) considers that the reasons cited for this sentence reduction humiliate the family of the victim and defeat the purpose of war crimes trials conducted before domestic courts.

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(srpski) Koji genocid?

(srpski) Koji genocid?

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(srpski) Pamtimo genocid u Srebrenici

(srpski) Pamtimo genocid u Srebrenici

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Until Justice is Served: A Promise for the Bytyqi Brothers

Until Justice is Served: A Promise for the Bytyqi Brothers

A film by Andrew Satter.

Twenty years ago, three American citizens were murdered – execution style – and dumped in a mass grave in Serbia. Every day since, their family has renewed a pledge to fight Until Justice is Served.

Come, be inspired by the Bytyqis. Visit bytyqibrothers.org to learn how you can help them right this unimaginable wrong.

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