NATO framed its intervention in the Yugoslav wars as “humanitarian”, but their bombings and declaration of a “no-fly zone” resulted in the death of countless civilians
Recently, the Specialist Prosecutor’s Office announced that it had filed indictments with the Kosovo Specialist Chambers against Kosovo president Hashim Thaci, former parliamentary speaker Kadri Veseli and others on charges of war crimes
The coalition government of North Macedonia led by Zoran Zaev called for fresh elections after French opposition denied it a date for the initiation of membership talks with the EU
A report on the 45th KNE Odigits festival, held across Greece from the beginning of August, culminating on September 21.
Interview with Aleksandar Ðenić, first secretary of the League of Yugoslav Communist Youth (SKOJ), the youth wing of the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ).
Leftist groups and peace activists noted that the military alliance served to spread US imperial interests at the risk of making the world a dangerous place to live in and causing the deaths of hundreds of thousands
NATO had intervened in the ethnic conflict in Yugoslavia in 1999, and led a 78-day long airstrike campaign over Serbian targets, which reportedly resulted in the deaths of 2,500 civilians and billions of dollars in damage