Identity cleansing
Identity cleansing is defined as "confiscation of personal identification, passports, and other such documents in order to make it difficult or impossible for those driven out to return".
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Likoshane massacre
The Likoshane Massacre refers to the killing of 14 members of the Ahmeti family by Serbian police in the village of Likoshane in central Kosovo, FR Yugoslavia on 28 February 1998.Nataša Kandić of Belg...
Bela Crkva massacre
The Bela Crkva massacre was the mass-killing of Kosovo Albanian villagers from Bela Crkva, Kosovo by Serb armed forces on 24–25 March 1999.Twelve hours after NATO had started bombing strategic Serb ta...
Joint criminal enterprise
Joint criminal enterprise (JCE) is a legal doctrine used by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to prosecute political and military leaders for mass war crimes, including gen...
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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
Attack on Prekaz
The Attack on Prekaz, also known as the Prekaz massacre, was an operation led by the Special Anti-Terrorism Unit of Serbia on 5 March 1998. Police said they were trying to capture "terrorists"; accord...
Attack on Prekaz - Wikipedia
Podujevo massacre
The Podujevo massacre (Albanian: Masakra e Podujevës, Serbian: Masakr u Podujevu) is the name generally used to refer to the killing of 14 Kosovo Albanian civilians, mostly women and children,...
Goraždevac murders
The Goraždevac murders occurred on 13 August 2003, when six ethnic Serbs, mostly children, were shot in the town of Goraždevac in Kosovo. The attack resulted in two deaths: one adult and one teenage c...
Massacre at Velika Kruša
The Massacre at Krusha e Madhe (Albanian: Masakra e Krushës së Madhe, Serbian: Masakr u Velikoj Kruši) near Orahovac, Kosovo, took place during the Kosovo War on the afternoon of 25 March 1999...
Kosovo Verification Mission
The Kosovo Verification Mission (KVM) was an OSCE mission to verify that Serb forces were complying with the October Agreement to end atrocities in Kosovo, withdraw armed forces from Kosovo, and abide...
Šakali
Šakali (Jackals, also written Cakali) was a Serbian paramilitary group that operated during the Kosovo War 1999.
Nine people of the group were arrested March 13, 2010 suspected of having committed...
Gornje Obrinje massacre
The term Gornje Obrinje massacre (Albanian: Masakra në Abri të Epërme, Serbian: Masakr u Gornjem Obrinju) refers to the killing of as many as 35 Kosovo Albanian villagers from the village of G...
Izbica massacre
The Izbica massacre (Albanian: Masakra e Izbicës) was one of the largest massacres of the Kosovo conflict of 1999. Serbian police and special forces killed between 89 and 146 Kosovo Albanians of a...
Izbica massacre - Wikipedia
Cuska massacre
The Ćuška massacre (Albanian: Masakra e Qyshkut, Serbian: Масакр у Ћушкој, Masakr u Ćuškoj) was the killing of 41 Kosovo Albanian civilians, all men aged 19 to 69, by Serbian security forces, ...
Suva Reka massacre
The Suva Reka massacre (Albanian: Masakra e Suharekës, Serbian: Masakr u Suvoj Reci) refers to the mass murder of Kosovo Albanian civilians committed by Serbian police-officers on 26 March 199...
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Scorpions (Serbia)
The Scorpions (Serbian Cyrillic: Шкорпиони) were a Serbian paramilitary unit active during the Yugoslav Wars. The unit was involved in war crimes during the wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina...
Drenica massacres
The Drenica massacres (Serbian: Масакри у Дреници, Masakri u Drenici, Albanian: Masakra në Drenicë) were a series of killings of Kosovo Albanian civilians committed by Serbian special police f...
Drenica massacres - Wikipedia