American Council for Kosovo - Organized Crime in Kosovo

Kosovo consternation

Published on May 9, 2006, The Washington Times

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Among the most important priorities of U.S. global policy is combating the international traffic in drugs and in persons (often a euphemism for women and children forced into prostitution). Because of the linkage and overlap among terrorist networks and organized criminal gangs, the battle against trafficking is also an integral part of the war on terror. Fighting organized criminal activi...


Corrupt Kosovo cannot be independent state

Published on April 14, 2006, UPI

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BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro, (UPI) -- A U.N. mediator says Serbia's southern Kosovo province has to eliminate corruption before it gains independence. Albert Rohan, U.N. negotiator in ongoing talks between Serbs and ethnic Albanians, said: "Corruption endangers the independence of Kosovo," Albanian-language media in Kosovo's major town of Pristina reported Friday. "There will be no independenc...


Albanian gangs running Kosovo

Published on April 11, 2006, The Sunday Times

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KOSOVO, the former Yugoslav province, is falling into the grip of Albanian organised crime gangs, casting a shadow over attempts by the international community to turn it into a fully fledged independent state by the end of this year. Participants in talks in Vienna, sponsored by the UN, on the "final status" of Kosovo, are concerned that the mafia networks that smuggled guns into the disputed ...


The Kosovo Liberation Army: Does Clinton Policy Support Group with Terror, Drug Ties?

Published on March 31, 1999, Republican Policy Committee

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On March 24, 1999, NATO initiated air attacks on Yugoslavia (a federation of two republics, Serbia and Montenegro) in order to impose a peace agreement in the Serbian province of Kosovo, which has an ethnic Albanian majority. The Clinton Administration has not formally withdrawn its standing insistence that Belgrade sign the peace agreement, which would entail the deployment in Kosovo of some 28,0...


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