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Hashim Thaçi (center, in blue shirt) and his commanders of the "Kosovo Liberation Army" (KLA). Now, War Crime Charges. 06.20.2015 http://www.economist.com/news/europe/21654654-special-court-try-kosovars-war-crimes-moves-closer-where-past-isnt-even-past

Hashim Thaçi (center, in blue shirt) and his commanders of the so-called "Kosovo Liberation Army" (KLA) Albanian terrorist group

Željko Ražnatović, known as Arkan, was a Serbian career criminal and commander of a paramilitary force in the Yugoslav Wars, called the Serb Volunteer Guard. He was on Interpol's most wanted list in the 1970s and 1980s for robberies and murders committed in a number of countries across Europe. Arkan was up until his death the most powerful militia leader in the Balkans. He was assassinated in 2000, before his trial.

Željko Ražnatović, known as Arkan, was a Serbian career criminal and commander of a paramilitary force in the Yugoslav Wars, called the Serb Volunteer Guard. He was on Interpol's most wanted list in the 1970s and 1980s for robberies and murders committed in a number of countries across Europe. Arkan was up until his death the most powerful militia leader in the Balkans. He was assassinated in 2000, before his trial.

Russian volunteers of serbian army during the war in Bosnia.

DMR rifle armed Russian Volunteers fghtinh on the Serb side, during the Bosnian War.

A Canadian volunteer in the republics service poses with his AKM. The force usually issued nato rifles

A Canadian volunteer in the Croatian forces poses with his AKM.

Wars of 1990s. Croatian units. Continuation of their fathers and grandfathers did in WW2 .

Wars of Croatian units. Continuation of their fathers and grandfathers did in .

The head of a Serb, Blagoje Blagojevic, held by an Arab Saudi/Afghan ‘Jihad’ fighter in Crni Vrh, Bosnia, 1992.

The head of a Serb, Blagoje Blagojevic, held by an Arab Saudi/Afghan ‘Jihad’ fighter in Crni Vrh, Bosnia,

Serbian Army retreat from Kosovo, 1999.

Yugoslav tank, transported from Kosovo after Serbian withdrawal.

Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), July 22, 1999. Today, November 27, 2012, the ACLU sued to get US women the right to fight as combat troops. Picture originally from NYTimes.com.

Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), July 22, 1999. Today, November 27, 2012, the ACLU sued to get US women the right to fight as combat troops. Picture originally from NYTimes.com.

The Yugoslav Wars (1991–1995) - Bing Imágenes

The Yugoslav Wars - Bing Imágenes

The Presentation of the Virgin church in Dolac, Kosovo i Metohija. Built in 1620. Vandalized and set on fire, July 1999. The altar table was smashed. At the end of August 1999 the church was completely demolished.

The Presentation of the Virgin church in Dolac, Kosovo i Metohija. Built in Vandalized and set on fire, July The altar table was smashed. At the end of August 1999 the church was completely demolished.

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Bosnian soldiers fire howitzers at Bosnian Serb positions near Prijedor.

Massacred Orthodox Christian Serbs by NATO backed Albanians, Kosovo i Metohija, Serbia...

Massacred Orthodox Christian Serbs by NATO backed Albanians, Kosovo i Metohija, Serbia.

Albanian Nazi volunteers, including young Kosovo Albanian children, and their Nazi allies, the Waffen WW2-YU

Albanian Nazi volunteers, including young Kosovo Albanian children, and their Nazi allies, the Waffen

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