BLOODY 1 May, 1999. NATO killed 70 Serbs at Lužani

Sixty passengers lost their lives and four were wounded during the bombing of the Nis ekspres bus near the village of Luzani. On that occasion NATO warplanes bombed also the ambulance which came to help the victims when one doctor was injured on 1 May 1999. Niš Ekspress bus after  NATO shelled it 1 May 1999. … Continue reading BLOODY 1 May, 1999. NATO killed 70 Serbs at Lužani

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Republika Srpska marks 21 years since the attack on Kupres

- The laying of wreaths at the monument to the fallen soldiers and civilians in Republika Srpska and the service of the liturgy in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Kupres / Republika Srpska /  have marked 21 years since the attacks of Croat-Muslim forces on Kupres and  Malovan village,  when 72 Serbian soldiers … Continue reading Republika Srpska marks 21 years since the attack on Kupres

KLA, Albanian mob in the U.S.A.

When Bill Clinton stopped in Detroit on April 17th on a fundraising visit, he met with a small group of Albanian-Americans at the Roseville Recreation Center. According to the Detroit News, a banner at the Roseville speech bore the logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). Memorial named Thank you mr George W. Bush, in … Continue reading KLA, Albanian mob in the U.S.A.

The Role of MPRI and the U.S. connection to the KLA

Meeting in the fourth floor conference room of a quaint red brick office building in a quiet section of Alexandria, Virginia, a group of retired generals discussed military support for a U.S. ally. The topic of the day: how to train and equip a shadowy guerrilla group accused by the State Department of being a terrorist … Continue reading The Role of MPRI and the U.S. connection to the KLA