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Kosovo indicts former Serbian paramilitary fighter for war crimes

Kosovo has indicted a former Serbian paramilitary fighter for war crimes committed in 1999.

An international prosecutor from Kosovo's Special Prosecution Office filed the indictment, charging the suspect with pillage, wilful destruction and crimes against personal and human dignity in relation to a two-day attack in the village of Mala Krusa/Krusha e Vogel between March 25 and 27, 1999.

The prosecution said that he committed the crimes in his capacity as a member of reservist police forces or Serbian paramilitary forces.

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