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Hague Court Urged to Probe Journalists’ Deaths in Kosovo (Balkan Insight)

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The European Federation of Journalists adopted a resolution urging a new Hague-based court to investigate killings and disappearances of ethnic Albanian and Serb journalists connected to the Kosovo conflict.

The European Federation of Journalists, EFJ adopted a resolution jointly proposed by Serbian and Kosovo journalists’ associations on Thursday calling for an investigation into the murders and kidnappings of 14 journalists between 1998 and 2005.

The resolution, passed at the annual EFJ meeting in Lisbon, says that the crimes against journalists and media workers should be under the jurisdiction of the new Hague-based Kosovo Specialist Chambers which will issue indictments for wartime and post-war crimes

See at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/european-journalists-demand-justice-for-murdered-kosovo-colleagues-06-07-2018#.Wxkh5Kqk-0s.twitter


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