20 July 2001 PRISTINA, BELGRADE–Former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) Hashim Thaci and Agim Ceku rejected an offer to meet with Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic. Djindjic proposed a meeting to discuss the fate of some 1500 missing Serbs who are believed to have been taken away by the UCK in summer 1999. […]

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