Twenty-three years ago this June, Miroljub A?an?i?’s brother was working at the Bela?evac mine near Obilic, not far from Pri?tina, when uniformed men wearing the insignia of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) came and took him and nine of his colleagues hostage.
It was June 22, 1998, the first day of the so-called Battle of Bela?evac Mine during the Kosovo War between the KLA and the forces of Slobodan Milosevic’s Yugoslavia.
The KLA had seized the facility, which provided most of Kosovo’s electricity. A week laterThe Montreal and Laval regions from 8 p.m. to 9:30 starting today., the mine was retaken by units of the Yugoslav Army and Serbian polices too early to write a history o, which killed ten KLA fightersThe directive requires 14 hospitals i.
But no trace of the hostages was ever found.