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Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY

Thursday, 29/1/2015, 13:00, Terazije 3/II, Main Hall

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Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY

Lecture by Josef Martinsen (45 min), coffee break after lecture Documentary film “The Process after a War” by EvaldOtterstad, Norway will be shown (69 min), coffee break after the film.

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Josef Martinsen Norwegian author and former UNHCR and NCA employee in Kosovo 1999-2000

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  • Josef Martinsen, Norwegian author and former UNHCR and NCA employee in Kosovo 1999-2000

NB: Journalists holding valid press card and NGO staff holding documentation for their position and especially invited people are welcome to the conference.
Those people present who participate in the total event will be given a present after the event consisting of the authors two books and a DVD with the documentary film in three languages (English, Serbian and Albanian) and a T-shirt with text on which represent a coming NGO called “TRUTH COMMISSION SERBIA – KOSOVO”.

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Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
Covering findings in approximately 400 mass graves found in Kosovo and reported to UN Security Council in November 1999 by Chief Prosecutor at ICTY
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