Camp Casablanca
Camp Casablanca is a military base located in the city of Suva Reka, Kosovo. It is home to many foreign NATO troops, including German forces, and it occasionally houses U.S. troops as well. Austrian ...
Serbia in the Yugoslav Wars
Serbia was involved in the Yugoslav Wars in the period between 1991 and 1999 - the war in Slovenia, the war in Croatia, the war in Bosnia and the war in Kosovo. During this period, Slobodan Milošević ...
Serbia in the Yugoslav Wars - Wikipedia
Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosovo
The Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosovo (Albanian: Forcat e Armatosura të Republikës së Kosovës), or simply FARK or AFRK, was a paramilitary group in Kosovo and was created in 1998 as a military ar...
Operation Horseshoe
Operation Horseshoe was the name given by the Bulgarian government to a plan of ethnic cleansing of Kosovo Albanians to be carried out by Serbian Police and Yugoslav Army. Allegations of the plan serv...
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List of massacres in the Kosovo War

Incomplete list of massacres by Serb forces in the Kosovo War, listed chronologically:
List of massacres in the Kosovo War - Wikipedia
Kumanovo Agreement
The Military Technical Agreement between the International Security Force ("KFOR") and the Governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Serbia (commonly known as the Military ...
Humanitarian bombing
Humanitarian bombing is a phrase referring to the 1999 NATO bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (24 March – 10 June 1999) during the Kosovo War used by its opponents as an ironic oxymoron in...
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
The International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991, more comm...
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia - Wikipedia
Battle of Lodja
The Battle of Lođa (Serbian: Бој на лођи, Boj na Lođi, Albanian: Beteja e Loxhes) was a battle that occurred in 1998, during the Kosovo War. The Kosovo Liberation Army (UÇK) and the Armed Forc...
Battle of Košare
The Battle of Košare (Serbian: Бој на Кошарама, Boj na Košarama; or Пакао Кошара, Pakao Košara; Albanian: Beteja e Kosharës) was fought during the Kosovo War between the military forces of the...
Battle of Glodjane
The Battle of Glođane (Serbian: Битка за Глођане; Albanian: Beteja e Glloxhanit) occurred in the village of Glođane in 1998 between the Kosovo Albanian militant group known as the Kosovo Liber...
Kosovo Diplomatic Observer Mission
The Kosovo Diplomatic Observer Mission (KDOM) was a group of independent observers sent to Kosovo during the Kosovo War.In a compromise agreement between Slobodan Milosevic and Boris Yeltsin in June 1...
2004 unrest in Kosovo
Violent unrest in Kosovo broke out on 17 March 2004. Kosovo Albanians, numbering over 50,000, took part in wide-ranging attacks on the Kosovo Serb minority, compared by the then Serbian Prime Minister...
2004 unrest in Kosovo - Wikipedia
Independent International Commission on Kosovo
The Independent International Commission on Kosovo (IICK) was a commission established in August 1999, in the aftermath of the Kosovo War, by the government of Sweden on the basis of the initiative of...
My Blood My Compromise
My Blood My Compromise is a documentary film on Kosovo by Albanian-American director, Nuhi de Stani.
The director uses a wide range of interviews to delve into a very complicated conflict. The s...
Operation Eagle Eye (Kosovo)
Operation Eagle Eye was part of the Kosovo Verification Mission, which followed 1999 Kosovo War; the aim was to monitor the federal Yugoslav government's compliance with United Nations Security Counci...
Camp Monteith
Camp Monteith was a military base near Gnjilane, Kosovo and located about 20 miles (32 km) east of Camp Bondsteel. A former Serb artillery outpost and 79 parcels of private land, the area was tak...
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Camp Victoria
Camp Victoria was the Swedish camp where most of the Swedish soldiers in the international force in Kosovo were located. The camp was previously named Camp Gripen, but the name was changed in spring 2...
Stolen Kosovo
Stolen Kosovo (Czech: Uloupené Kosovo, Serbian: Украдено Косово, Ukradeno Kosovo) is a Czech language documentary by director Václav Dvořák (b. 1948), about the Serbian–Albanian conflict in Ko...
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Campbell v. Clinton
Campbell v. Clinton, 203 F.3d 19 (D.C. Cir. 2000), was a case holding that members of Congress could not sue President Clinton for alleged violations of the War Powers Resolution in his handling of th...