Serb returnee's house blasted in central Kosovo

Published on September 12, 2006, BBC Monitoring Service - United Kingdom

Category: Violence Against Christian Serbs and Their Holy Places

Text of report by Serbian independent news agency FoNet

Klina, 12 September: A recently built house of Velimir Vlasic's family in the village of Stupelj near Klina [in central Kosovo] was blasted around midnight last night, Stojan Doncic, municipal coordinator in Klina, has told FoNet.

Nobody was inside the house and there were no casualties. According to Doncic, the house in question was one of the houses built as part of a campaign to encourage individual return of Serbs to Kosovo.

Members of the Kosovo Protection Corps [KPC, TMK in Albanian] and UNMIK [UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo] have visited the scene.


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