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Kennen Sie Fälle von Abschiebungen nach Kosova ? - Bitte senden Sie mir Ihren Bericht !
Do you know cases of deportations to Kosova ? - Please send me your report !
1. Reports about deportation and persons repatriated to Kosova
erhaltene Berichte - received reports
                         Namensliste ==> Einzelheiten   /   list of names ==> details
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2. Daily Reports from KIC (Kosova Information Center)
Betreff:         [ALBANEWS] News:Kosova Daily Report #1490
Datum:         Tue, 14 Jul 1998 16:48:07 +0200
    Von:         Edmond Hajrullaaga <edihaga@EUnet.yu> _________________________________________________________________________
3. news from ARTA /ATA / RFE/RL NEWSLINE and so on
Betreff:       [ALBANEWS] News: RFE/RL NEWSLINE Vol. 2, No. 133 Part II, 14 July 1998 (fwd)
Datum:       Tue, 14 Jul 1998 10:52:02 -0400
    Von:       Mentor Cana <cana@ece.stevens-tech.edu>

RFE/RL NEWSLINE Vol. 2, No. 133 Part II, 14 July 1998


Kosovar shadow-state President Ibrahim Rugova said in Prishtina on 13 July that within a week he will call a session of the parliament that was elected in March. Rugova and his Democratic League of Kosova (LDK) will use the session to review political options open to the Kosovars and to try to bring the Kosova Liberation Army (UCK) under the control of the political establishment, RFE/RL's South Slavic Service reported. The Serbian authorities declared the March vote illegal, and parties more radical than the LDK boycotted it. UCK spokesmen have said that the guerrillas do not accept the political leadership of any of the established parties and have called Rugova a "defeatist" (see "RFE/RL Newsline," 13 July 1998). Meanwhile in Peja, some 14 buses filled with Serbian police arrived on 13 July, an RFE/RL correspondent reported. PM


Foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on 13 July agreed to call for a cease-fire in Kosova and urge both sides to seek a political settlement. The ministers said that should this call fail, they are urging the UN Security Council to take "further action...to bring about compliance by those who block the process." British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook told Reuters that the resolution is "a very clear, very blunt statement to [Yugoslav President Slobodan] Milosevic...to comply fully with international community demands. We also recognize that there are two sides to the conflict...so we have called on the armed Kosovar Albanian groups to cease the violence." The "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" reported, however, that the ministers were hard- pressed for ideas as to how to bring about a settlement. German Foreign Minister Klaus Kinkel said the UCK is rapidly gaining in popularity in Kosova. PM


State Department spokesman James Rubin said in Washington on 13 July that the Kosovars "need to realize that their independence goals are not going to be achieved. The international community is not going to support independence" for Kosova or a greater Albanian state. "We have said for some time that the primary responsibility for this conflict and for the fighting and for the repression and for the dying [lies with] Slobodan Milosevic. That doesn't mean that extremist elements on the Kosovar Albanian side are free of responsibility.... If they think they are going to...achieve independence, they are fundamentally mistaken." PM


A UN panel of experts recommends setting up a pilot project in the central Albanian district of Gramsh to retrieve some of the estimated 650,000 weapons looted from barracks and police stations throughout the country during last year's civil unrest. The panel published a report in New York on 13 July warning that cash incentives or buy-back schemes would have an "inflationary impact" and would send out "the wrong message to those who may consider unauthorized weapon possession as a lucrative activity." Instead, the study recommends linking a voluntary weapons return program with "poverty-alleviating and job-creating development projects." Gramsh, which has a population of about 50,000 and an unemployment rate of more than 30 percent, is one of the most heavily armed regions in the country. The report said that the Kosova conflict provides "an additional reason to retrieve weapons from the civilian population." FS


Prosecutor-General Arben Rakipi on 13 July formally requested legislators to lift the immunity of former President Sali Berisha, former State Secretary for Defense Leonard Demi, and the head of the Tirana branch of the Democratic Party, Shaban Memia. Such a move would make possible an investigation into Berisha's role during last year's unrest. Rakipi told "Koha Jone" that the three might be charged with terrorism, committing crimes against humanity, and ordering the use of chemical weapons against the civilian population. Rakipi said that he has documents signed by the three that substantiate those charges. He added that he will soon bring charges against other former officials who do not enjoy parliamentary immunity. FS


OSCE Ambassador to Albania Daan Everts told "Gazeta Shqiptare" on 13 July that Albania needs "a climate of reconciliation [and that Albanians should] not look backward but forward." He also warned against polarization between the opposition and the governing coalition as well as against tendencies toward political vindictiveness. Everts added that "the law must be applied.... If there was a violation of the law, then the due process must be carried out, but we have to be aware that all this takes place in a highly tense [political] climate.... Legal moves against Berisha will not help in easing the climate. A further heightening of political tensions is not good for Albania," he argued. FS


The presidency of the Croatian Democratic Community (HDZ), which is dominated by ultra-nationalists from Herzegovina, issued a statement in Mostar on 13 July calling for the resignation of Bosnian officials who were elected on the HDZ slate but have since left the party. The call affects primarily Kresimir Zubak, who is the Croatian member of the Bosnian joint presidency, as well as others who have joined his New Croatian Initiative. That newly founded party represents the interests of more moderate Croats from central Bosnia. Meanwhile in Ljubljana, spokesmen for the Slovenian government announced that it will provide $2.6 million in Bosnian redevelopment aid. The money will help fund projects in which Slovenian firms are involved and provide scholarships to Bosnians studying at Slovenian universities. PM

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Datum:         Tue, 14 Jul 1998 13:50:45 -0100
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Betreff:         [ALBANEWS] News:Enter 14july
Datum:         Tue, 14 Jul 1998 13:16:29 +0200
    Von:         Mero BAZE <merobaze@theoffice.net> _______________________________________________________________________
Betreff:         [ALBANEWS] news:13atanews
Datum:         Mon, 13 Jul 1998 20:24:40 -0100
    Von:         ata <hola@ata.tirana.al> _______________________________________________________________________
Taken from   http://www.kohaditore.com/ARTA/index.htm   on July14, 1998 15:20 hrs _________________________________________________________________________
4. Reports from Human Rights Organisations
    especially CDHRF (Council for the Defence of Human Rights and Freedoms, Prishtina) _________________________________________________________________________
5.  additional press news
                             BISHOPS OF THE SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
Datum:         Tue, 14 Jul 1998 09:31:28 +0200
    Von:         Christopher Temt <temt@ins.at> _______________________________________________________________________
Betreff:         [ALBANEWS] Press: Albanian Opposition Leader, Berisha Critisizes Nano
                     for Splitting the Albanian Factors in Kosova
 Datum:         Tue, 14 Jul 1998 10:56:51 -0700
    Von:         PD <dpa@albania.co.uk> _________________________________________________________________________
6. Background-information
7. earlier news - so far as room is given by my provider on the server
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Die Bibel sagt 
        Eile, Gott, mich zu erretten, 
             HERR, mir zu helfen ! 
        Laß deiner sich freuen und froehlich sein 
             alle, die nach dir fragen; 
        und die dein Heil lieben, lass allewege sagen: 
             Hoch gelobt sei Gott ! 
        Ich aber bin elend und arm; 
             Gott eile zu mir ! 
        Du bist mein Helfer und Erretter; 
             Herr, saeume nicht ! 
         Psalm 70, 2. 5-6
    Luther-Bibel 1984
The Bible says 
        [Make haste], O God, to deliver me; 
             make haste to help me, O LORD. 
        Let all those that seek thee 
             rejoice and be glad in thee: 
        and let such as love thy salvation say continually, 
             Let God be magnified. 
        But I [am] poor and needy: 
             make haste unto me, O God: 
         thou [art] my help and my deliverer; 
             O LORD, make no tarrying.
       Psalm 70, 1. 4-5
    Authorized Version 1769 (KJV)
Helft KOSOVA !  KOSOVA needs HELP !

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