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Dienstag, 30. März 2010

Die Super Mafia im Balkan des Naser Kelmendi Clans aus dem Kosovo


update: Mai 2013
Naser Keljmendi: Polizei fasst berüchtigten Mafiaboss im Kosovo 
SPIEGEL ONLINE - Panorama - 06.05.2013Naser Keljmendi soll den Heroinhandel aus der Türkei nach Westeuropa kontrolliert haben. Seit Jahren wurde der aus dem Kosovo stammende Mafiaboss mit internationalem Haftbefehl gesucht. Nun verhafteten ihn die Ermittler in der Hauptstadt des Landes. mehr...


Der Kelmendi Clan gehört zu den grössten Verbrecher Clans des Balkan und eine Verwandte ist sogar Gerichts Dolmetscherin in Deutschland. Eng verbunden mit der Deutschen Politik (vor allem um Joschka Fischer und die SPD), mit Hashim Thaci und Ekrem Luka und zentrale Figur und Haupt Financier für jedes Verbrechen im Balkan und im Kosovo. Der Kelmendi Clan vermittelte auch Hunderte von Dolmetscherin u.a. für die Deutsche Bundeswehr und das diese Personen aus der OK kommen war im Sommer 1999, für jeden Bundeswehr Offizier offensichtlich. Wie die IEP Militär Studie in 2007, ist praktisch von Beginn an, inkusive der NATO - KFOR Stäbe* Alles von der Kosovaren Mafia unterwandert. Eng verbunden, sind und waren diese kriminellen Clan, auch über den Osmani - Clan in Hamburg vor dem Hamburger Senat, Lobby Vereinen, mit höchsten Deutschen Politikern, denn man wollte ja im Balkan auch Geschäfte machen. Kurz gesagt, spielen Deutsche Politiker, eine wesentliche Rolle, beim Aufbau und der Finanzierung der Drogen- und Menschenschmuggler Netze in Deutschland, was ja den Verantwortlichen auch durch BND Berichte gut bekannt war. Aber auch die Deutschen Autofirmen brauchten Partner vor Ort, wobei die Balkan Mafia Möglichkeiten der Geldwäsche suchten wie u.a. die Familie Stanaj und der Firma Roksped,in Montenegro mit VW. Deutschland spielte eine Schlüsselrolle in den Balkan Ländern bei der Korrumpierung nur damit Geschäfte gemacht werden, wie die hohe Geldstrafe nun auch gegen Mercedes deutlich zeigt.

47 Seiten secret NATO Report, über die Verbrecher Kartelle. Kelmendi, sind wichtige Partner, der Deutschen Politischen Verbrecher Kartelle, welche den Kosovo Krieg organisierten.


Der Bruder von Ramuz Haradinaj, Daut wurde vom ITCY, wegen Entführung, Folterung und Mord verurteilt und auch wegen Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit an Zivilisten und wegen den Grausamkeiten auch durch Vergewaltigungen und Folter!

* Zuhälter in Hamburg mit KFOR Ausweisen der Deutschen Bundeswehr und mit Visa versorgt: Kein Problem für die Hamburger Politik Mafia! Man war ja Kunde in den Edel Bordellen.
LLUKA, KELMENDI, BLJAKAJ und TUZI finanzieren und organisieren Drogen- und Waffenschmuggelkanäle. Die Drogenlieferungen erfolgen vorwiegend aus der Türkei und arabischen Ländern über Albanien, wo HARADINAJ zu Polizei- und Militärkreisen gute Verbindungen hat. Er setzt auch Albaner ein, die in diesem Land leben; der wichtigste war HODERDZHONAJ Mentor aus DECANI (er wurde 2001 wegen Drogenhandels in TIRANA festgenommen).
19    PPDK: Partei des demokratischen Fortschritts Kosovos; weitere Gründungsmitglieder sind:
GRABOVCI Adern (ehemaliger Finanzminister der PGoK), GASHI Ilhami (PPDK-Präsident),
KELMENDI Rexhep
(stellvertretender PPDK-Präsident; sein Bruder, KELMENDI Fetim,
ist TMK-Mitglied und lebt in POCESCE/Kosovo
 



THACI wird (mit Stand Oktober 2003) über den vmtl. in HAMBURG wohnhaften KELMENDI Mohamed und seinen Bruder Ibrahim49 (*2.8) mit umfassendem Waffen- und Drogenhandel in Verbindung gebracht.



Naser Kelmendi: From Kosovo Inmate to Sarajevo Businessman Print E-mail

Monday, 16 November 2009
By The Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo.
Naser Kelmendi, whose alleged drug dealing has long made him a target of Balkan law enforcement agencies, is facing more scrutiny after SIPA made a special presentation to Interpol in Lyon, France outlining what it calls his criminal network. 

Naser Kelmendi
Naser Kelmendi
Three law enforcement agencies in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) have spent years investigating Naser Kelmendi, a Sarajevo businessman who came to the country from Kosovo soon after the war in BiH and built what investigators describe as a Balkan criminal empire.

Kelmendi, his sons and his half-brother, Bećir, run a number of firms in BiH, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo, and do business with some of the region’s big businessmen.

The State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) has collected an extensive dossier on Kelmendi, 52, who they say has a criminal organization with connections to influential people.

Federation of BiH (FBiH) police officials say their colleagues across Europe are acquainted with his history; SIPA officials gave a presentation on Kelmendi to Interpol in Lyon, France in 2008.

Although there have been numerous complaints against him, he has never been to trial in BiH.

Interviews with BiH police investigators make it clear they consider him extraordinarily intelligent and wise. They say Kelmendi controls drug trafficking regionally. Despite those suspicions, police officials in Sarajevo and Zenica gave Kelmendi and two of his sons gun permits – even while one faced an indictment for carrying illegal weapon -- while customs officers from Zenica allowed importation of armored cars for personal use and underestimated the true value of the cars.

In Sarajevo Canton, police have filed at least 13 criminal complaints in the past five years against Kelmendi and his sons Elvis, Liridon and Besnik, including charges of murder, attempted murder and assault.

While Naser Kelmendi has never been to trial, two of his sons and his half brother have been convicted of relatively minor charges in Sarajevo Municipal court.

On May 10, 2004 Bećir Kelmendi was sentenced to

Besnik Kelmendi
Besnik Kelmendi
six-months probation for purchase and carrying a gun without a permit; On April 5, 2006, Liridon Kelmendi was given seven months probation for carrying a weapon and ammunition without a permit; and on July 2, 2009 Elvis Kelmendi received a one-year probation for violent behavior. He pleaded guilty for hitting a man three times in face and hitting women with a fist.

Naser Kelmendi would not speak to the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo (CIN), said his lawyer, Midhat Kočo. But Kočo did lash out at local media, particularly CIN.

"Because, in our opinion, you journalists have written so much just from your head that you don’t deserve our attention and confidence that we should talk to you," Kočo said. "Especially from CIN. It is tragic."

"So much harm was brought against him in, let’s say, the last couple of years. His hotel was raided five or six times. They never found even a match which was illegitimate. ... There is no need for us to justify ourselves – if we are guilty of something, we will be held accountable."

In fact, in an April 2005 raid, Kelmendi’s son Liridon was found with an illegal fire arm during one of the raids.  Whether the Kelmendi’s will be held accountable depends largely on Canton Sarajevo prosecutors who have combined 12 open criminal reports against the family into one case which is currently being investigated.

Meanwhile, SIPA has been looking into the international affairs of Kelmendi and his connections with influential people in BiH and the region.

In SIPA’s Interpol presentation, obtained by CIN and titled "Naser Kelmendi’s Criminal Organization," the agency outlined what it knew about Kelmendi at a November 2008 meeting at the General Secretariat of Interpol in Lyon, France. The SIPA document alleges that Kelmendi heads one of the best organized criminal organizations not only in BiH, but in the whole region. The Kelmendi organization has allegedly been involved drug and cigarette trafficking, money laundering and loan sharking.


Liridon Kelmendi
Liridon Kelmendi
According to the report, the organization includes his sons Elvis, 31, Besnik, 29, and Liridon, 26, the elder Kelmendi’s companion, Jasmina Babić, from Serbia, his half brother, Bećir, and his cousin from Germany, Redžep (also Rexep) Kelmendi. In BiH, it listed organization members in Sarajevo, Tuzla and Zenica, and said its influence reaches to Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia, Germany and the US.

Apart from the Kelmendis, the report lists his closest associates. Among those whose names were included in the report were Fahrudin Radončić, the owner of the Avaz publishing house, Naser Orić, former commander of the Srebrenica defense, Nihad Bojadžić, a brigadier of the BiH Army, Kosovo businessman Ekrem Luka and a former prime minister of the Kosovo government, Ramuš Haradinaj, as well as wealthy Montenegrins Rok Stanaj and Safet (aka Sajo) Kalić.  It is not clear what the information in the report is based on.

Radončić has denied being friends with Kelmendi. However, Kelmendi has had business dealings with Radončić’s company, Avaz.  The deals include a real estate swap in 2004 in which Avaz gave Kelmendi land and a 447-square-meter house on Velika Aleja in Ilidža, where Kelmendi also owns the Hotel Casa Grande. In exchange, Avaz got 120 square meters of office space in the Jabuka Building in Zenica from Kelmendi. The house was valued at 500,000 KM, while the space in Zenica was valued at 300,000 KM with Kelmendi paying the difference to an Avaz account, according to municipal court records in Sarajevo.  A year later, Kelmendi arranged the purchase of two Jeep Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicles and had them armored in the US and shipped to BiH, despite a US prohibition against the sale.

One of the Jeeps arrived in Bosnia and is currently registered to Radončić’s newspaper, Avaz. In a recent interview Radončić told CIN that the director of Avaz bought the Jeep and it is rented to high-profile guests of his hotel.

Kelmendi is also named in the report as being close to Naser Orić, the former Bosnian commander who served in Srebrenica and who in June was convicted but is now appealing his two year prison sentence for the illegal possession of weapons. Kelmendi’s lawyer Midhat Kočo, while testifying in April before the municipal court in Sarajevo said that Orić at one time lived and trained at the hotel Casa Grande.

Kelmendi first shows up in criminal records in 1976 in his hometown of Peć when as a 19-year old he was sentenced to 18 months in prison for attempted murder. Serbian Ministry of Interior records from before the Kosovo war say Kelmendi was cited for brawling and violent behavior.

According to the SIPA presentation issued in Lyon, he smuggled textiles and gold into Kosovo from Turkey during the 1980s. In the 1990s, while the former Yugoslavia was under international sanctions, he smuggled oil, tobacco and drugs. The agency also alleged that Kelmendi was involved in arms smuggling in the run-up to the war in Kosovo.

Interpol data shows that Naser Kelmendi was under

Ekrem Luka
Ekrem Luka said he did not see Naser Kelmendi since before the Kosovo war.
investigation in 2003 for suspicion of arson and planting a bomb but was never charged. Kelmendi was suspected of extortion, according to Interpol files, and in the Peć area he was allegedly involved in the illegal foreign exchange business, cigarette smuggling and illegal trade the data says. Interpol has information that someone named Naser Kelmendi battled Ekrem Luka, a businessman from Peć. During the feud, Kelmendi left Peć and moved to Sarajevo, according to Interpol files.

Luka, one of the richest men in Kosovo, told CIN that he had no ax to grind with Kelmendi. He said that he had not seen him since the war in Kosovo.

Local records show Kelmendi became a BiH citizen as early as 1998.

In a statement to Sarajevo Canton prosecutor Oleg Čavka on September 3, 2007, Kelmendi said that he came to Sarajevo in 1988 and stayed until shortly before the war broke out in BiH in 1992.
 

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Miss Dona
Gas station DonaShell with car and furniture shops, market and motel are owned by Kelmendis.
In the 2007 statement, Kelmendi told prosecutors he has been involved in trade businesses for 30 years and did nothing else. He added that he was building a hotel in a Montenegrin resort town of Ulcinj, and that he planned to go into the hospitality business there. He said that he had a trading company in Dubai, in a duty-free zone.

Kelmendi also said that he had seven or eight vehicles that were temporarily registered on the company name. He reported owning a Hummer, an Audi A8 and a BMW X5 SUV.

His interest in cars has drawn attention from authorities, said an associate.

According to Nihad Imamović, president of the board of directors of ASA Group that includes the Sarajevo-based ASA, Kelmendi buys 10 cars a year.

Imamović said that police investigators have inquired about the purchases and taken documents related to Kelmendi’s purchases and payments.

Imamović said that Kelmendi buys different types of cars, from the more luxurious to the cheaper models of VW, and that he had no outstanding debts.

In BiH, one of his first business moves had nothing to do with cars. He incorporated a trading company in October 1998 in Sarajevo, under the name of Miss Donna. When he liquidated it in April 2003, the company account showed only 31.5 KM. According to court records, Miss Donna had no business dealings nor was it registered with the Tax Administration.

In December 2005, his half brother Bećir founded

Adolado
Factory Adolado was built in 2008 and on sale a year later.
Adolado, an ice cream manufacturing company, with 2,000 KM according to court records.  Kelmendi told prosecutors he owned the company.  However, it is not clear how long or even if it ever operated.  The company bought or acquired a 2,000-square-meter factory space in 2008 but put it up for sale a year later.

In Belgrade in November, 2006, he incorporated a branch office of his Sarajevo firm Casa Grande and appointed Besnik as director. This company was registered at the outskirts of Belgrade in Surčin, but CIN reporters found no firm there. Serbian police also checked the location but found nothing but a house, leading them to assume it was a front company, according to investigative records. The company had no account open with a commercial bank, and no registered workers or vehicles, according to a Serbian investigators report that was sent to Interpol.

Naser Kelmendi also has large sums of cash propping up his loan business, police investigators said.  According to SIPA, Kelmendi had 20 million KM in circulation in 2005 and 2006, which he lent out at a monthly interest rate of 10 percent.


Hotel Casa Grande
Casa Grande, hotel owned by Naser Kelmendi, was raided five or six times by police, according to his lawyer Midhat Koco.
Land and business records show Kelmendi has many real estate holdings throughout the region. In Sarajevo, he owns three houses, two apartments and his Casa Grande Hotel. In Podgorica, Montenegro he owns an apartment. In Montenegrin resort town of Ulcinj he has an apartment, 11 housing units of total size of 377 square meters, a house and a 1,600-square-meter apartment building. He has businesses registered in BiH, Serbia and Kosovo, among other spots.

He also has the citizenship of that country, according to Milan Davidović, a Serbian law enforcement officer.

Kelmendi’s dealings have caught the attention of law enforcement agents in Serbia, Croatia and other Balkan countries, and many European agencies have been given the 2008 Lyon SIPA report.

In his 2007 statement before the prosecutor Čavka, Kelmendi denied any involvement in drug trade and said he had a firm stand against it.

"I hate drugs and everything that goes with it," he said then.

Police agencies don’t buy that assertion. A European Union Police Mission (EUPM) advisor informed Tuzla Canton police that Kelmendi may have had involvement in a shipment of 10 kilograms of heroin in February, 2004, from Srebrenica

FBiH police received information from Slovenian police that he was in Ljubljana at the time with Jasmina Babić.
No charges were filed in the drug case.

Miodrag Laković, the head of the Narcotics and Smuggling Department in the Montenegrin police, said Kelmendi is an important person for the Montenegrin police.

According to Interpol information that CIN has obtained, Montenegrin police recorded stays of Naser Kelmendij and his sons in Ulcinj in 2007. They often came to the coastal town in luxury cars, including a Ferrari driven by Naser's son Liridon, according to their records.

According to the Interpol documents and SIPA reports outlining some of his closest associates, Kelmendis were seen in Montenegro in the company of: Fatmir Mujaj and Almir Kukan, cousin Redžep Kelmendi (aka Đeka), Nusret Gaši, Hajdar Ćufaja. Ćufaj, according to Interpol, bought land with Kelmendi in Ulcinj.

Even though he has spent much time in Montenegro and BiH, Kelmendi is still remembered in Kosovo.

Rrahman Sylejmani, aide to the police commissioner of Kosovo, told CIN reporters in the spring of 2008 that, according to his information, Kelmendi would likely be detained if he returned to Kosovo. Sylejmani said he also had information that Kelmendi owed money to Ekrem Luka and other businessmen in Peć.

"We had information that he was not feeling safe in Kosovo because there are criminal organizations here who are rivals," explained Sylejmani.

Sarajevo investigators also looked into complaints from rival crime gangs that Kelmendi conspired with Muhamed Ali Gaši in June 2007 to kill Ramiz Delelić (Ćelo)*, a long-time organized crime figure who had clashed with members of the Albanian mafia in Sarajevo for years.


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http://www.reportingproject.net/new/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=503&Itemid=43

* Celo, Auftrags Mörder von Izebegovic und Ober Boss in Sarajewo, wurde im Dezember 2008, mit einer Kugel im Kopf tod aufgefunden, seine Schwester starb einige Wochen vorher.

List of terrorists and members of organized criminal organizations in Kosovo & Metohiya
    1. Hajdin Abazi
    2. Ekrem Avdija
    3. Alush Agushi 
    4. Rasim Agushi
    5. Nazmi Ajeti
    6. Hisni Ahmeti
    7. Abdulah Babalija
    8. Masar Bakija
    9. Idriz Bala
  10. Afrim Basha
  11. Sokol Bashota
  12. Bajram Bega
  13. Gjemajl Bejta
  14. Avni Berisha
  15. Rustem Berisha
  16. Shefik Beqiri 
  17. Lahi Ibrahimi 
  18. Ram Buja 
  19. Shukri Buja 
  20. Jah Bushati 
  21. Jusuf Velia 
  22. Azem Veseli
  23. Kadri Veseli
  24. Rexhep Veseli 
  25. Sali Veseli 
  26. Skender Veseli 
  27. Besim Vokshi 
  28. Latif Gashi
  29. Fahrudin Gashi
  30. Jetulah Gecaj 
  31. Sabit Gecaj 
  32. Gani Geci
  33. Adem Grabovci 
  34. Jahir Demaku 
  35. Milazim Derguti 
  36. Jetulah Dibrani 
  37. Sokol Dobruna 
  38. Shaban Dragaj
  39. Florim Ejupi 
  40. Agim Elshani 
  41. Xhabir Zharku 
  42. Dritton Zhjeqi 
  43. Tahir Zemaj 
  44. Genc Zogaj 
  45. Bislim Zyrapi 
  46. Nuredin Ibishi 
  47. Imri Ilazi 
  48. Gani Imeri 
  49. Elisah Imeri 
  50. Bexhet Imishti 
  51. Ahmet Isufi 
  52. Lirim Jakupi 
  53. Januz Januzaj 
  54. Bashkim Jashari
  55. Musa Jashari 
  56. Rifat Jashari 
  57. Sahit Jashari 
  58. Naim Kadriu 
  59. Giner Kamberi
  60. Ajvaz Karpuzi 
  61. Ajet Kastrati 
  62. Kadri Kastrati 
  63. Mensur Kasumi 
  64. Naser Kelmendi 
  65. Hisni Kilaj 
  66. Anton Kitaj 
  67. Fadhil Kodra
  68. Arif Krasniqi 
  69. Gani Krasniqi 
  70. Gjimshit Krasniqi 
  71. Emin Krasniqi 
  72. Jakup Krasniqi 
  73. Skender Krasniqi 
  74. Bajram Kryeziu 
  75. Mazlom Kumnova 
  76. Mirsad Kurteshi 
  77. Agim Kuqi 
  78. Ramiz Lladrovci
  79. Fatmir Limaj 
  80. Ekrem Lluka 
  81. Isa Latifi 
  82. Muhamet Latifi 
  83. Lulzim Leci 
  84. Afrim Lulaj 
  85. Nuredin Lushtaku 
  86. Sami Lushtaku 
  87. Enver Mavriqi 
  88. Naim Maloku 
  89. Faton Mehmetaj 
  90. Nazif Mehmeti 
  91. Fadil Mujota
  92. Shefqet Musliu 
  93. Isak Musliu 
  94. Rustem Mustafa 
  95. Salih Mustafa 
  96. Arif Muqoli 
  97. Maliq Ndrecaj
  98. Selami Neziri 
  99. Jakup Nura 
100. Enver Oruçi 
101. Gjumshit Osmani
102. Nebih Preniqi
103. Rahman Rama 
104. Illmi Ramusholi 
105. Elmi Reqica 
106. Ekrem Rexha 
107. Bedri Rexhaj 
108. Ismet Sadiku 
109. Ruzhdi Saramati
110. Rexhep Selimi
111. Sylejman Selimi 
112. Abedin Sogojeva 
113. Fatmir Sopi 
114. Azem Syla 
115. Shemsi Syla
116. Fadil Suljevic
117. Emrush Suma 
118. Rufki Suma 
119. Ismet Tara 
120. Gani Thaqi 
121. Hashim Thaqi 
122. Ahmet Qeriqi
123. Ramiz Qeriqi 
124. Sami Ukshini 
125. Avni Feta 
126. Adem Hagjocaj
127. Abit Haziraj 
128. Sadik Halitjaha 
129. Xhavit Haliti 
130. Bujar Haradinaj 
131. Daut Haradinaj 
132. Ramush Haradinaj 
133. Nait Hasani 
134. Safet Hasani 
135. Xhabit Hasani 
136. Zeqir Haxhija 
137. G¸zim Haxhimusa
138. Hekuran Hoda 
139. Fatmir Humolli 
140. Sabajdin Cena 
141. Agim Çeku
142. Ethem Çeku
143. Muhamet Çerkezi
144. Emrush Xhemajli 
145. Idriz Shabani 
146. Besnik Shala 
147. Shaban Shala 
148. Shaban Shala 
149. Naser Shatri 
150. Xhafer Shatri 
151. Mustafa Shaqiri 
152. Shaqir Shaqiri
153. Adem Shehu 
154. Elbasan Shoshaj 
155. Bekim Shuti 
156. Met Shuti



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Sabit Ceki, Super Verbrecher Clans im Kosovo!

Der Zentrale Verbrecher Clan des Sabit Ceki im Kosovo

Kommentare:

  1. OSLOBODJENJE

    Prosecutors from Bosnia and other Balkan countries are conducting a major, co-ordinated investigation of Albanian mafia groups and their supporters in the region. Among others, they are investigating Fahrudin Radoncic, a Bosnian media mogul who recently founded a political party and will be running for a seat in the country’s tripartite presidency in October general elections.



    http://www.oslobodjenje.ba/index.php

    [IMG]http://www.danas.rs/upload/images/news/2009/5/15/VI02_ocp_w380_h300.jpg[/IMG]
    Radončić, ein Bosniake, stammt aus der Sandžak-Region. Beruflich begann er in Bosnien als Journalist. Während des Bosnienkrieges war er Pressesprecher der bosnischen Armee.

    Nach dem Krieg gründete er Ende 1995 - mit finanzieller Unterstützung und kontrolliert von der „Stranka Demokratske Akcije“ (SDA) von Alija Izetbegović, der dominierenden nationalistischen Partei Bosniens - die Dnevni Avaz (Tägliche Stimme), die er zur größten Tageszeitung des Landes machte und deren Herausgeber er bis heute (2008) ist.[2] Der Verlag hat seinen Sitz im Avaz Twist Tower, dem höchsten Gebäude des Balkan. Zusätzlich besitzt er auch die einzige Druckerei der bosnischen Hauptstadt, in der auch konkurrierende Zeitungen gedruckt werden, so dass Radončić indirekt auch die anderen Medien kontrolliert.[3]

    Heute gilt Radončić als reichster Mann seines Landes und wird auch „Bosniens Donald Trump“ genannt. Sein Vermögen wird auf 500 Millionen Euro geschätzt.


    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrudin_Radon%C4%8Di%C4%87

    Interview mit Radoncic

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7WF12zdbJs

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  2. neue Details


    http://www.reportingproject.net/PeopleOfInterest/profil.php?profil=18

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  3. Anklage wegen Kriegsverbrechen UN-Tribunal spricht sechs bosnisch-kroatische Ex-Führer schuldig

    Der frühere Anführer der bosnischen Kroaten, Jadranko Prlic, ist vom UN-Kriegsverbrechertribunal zu 25 Jahren Haft verurteilt worden. Fünf weitere Männer wurden ebenfalls für schuldig befunden. Die Miliz hatte auch die Brücke von Mostar zerstört, die ein Symbol für die Kriegszerstörungen im ehemaligen Jugoslawien wurde. mehr... http://www.sueddeutsche.de/politik/anklage-wegen-kriegsverbrechen-un-tribunal-spricht-sechs-bosnisch-kroatische-ex-fuehrer-schuldig-1.1683650

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