When Zarko Spasic was found missing, his family did not go to the Serbian police. They went to the British Embassy, the American Information Center in Pristina, the International Red Cross, the Democratic Alliance of Kosovo and the Kosovo Parliamentary Party (PPK). The PPK told them that they should talk to the police. Seven men […]

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