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					                    LIST OF THE KIDNAPPED SERBS
                      IN KOSOVO AND METOHIJA
                               (JUNE 13, 1999 – MARCH 1, 2001)


Source: Serbian Orthodox Church
Memorandum on Kosovo and Metohija
Belgrade 2003
Publisher:
the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church


GNJILANE

1.    STANKOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 16), from the village of Klobukar, near Novo Brdo; kiddapped on
      July 4, 1999. (Information source: Information Service of the Church-People’s Committee,
      Priština)
2.    STOJANOVIĆ STANKO (aged 52), from the village of Klobukar, near Novo Brdo; kiddapped
      on July 4, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
3.    TASIĆ SRDJAN, from the village of Šilovo, kidnapped on July 4, 1999, around 15:30.
      (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
4.    TASIĆ VUĈKO, from the village of Šilovo, kidnapped on July 4, 1999, around 15:30.
      (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
5.    DJEKIĆ MILORAD, Koretište, kidnapped on July 6, 1999. (Information source: Church-
      People's Committee)
6.    JAĆIMOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1962), kidnapped at 6 Kneza Lazara Street on July 9, 1999.
      (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
7.    STOJANOVIĆ STANIŠA (born in 1972), disappeared on July 10, 1999, around 10:00, at Dragi
      Popovic Street. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
8.    RISTIĆ MOMĈILO (born in 1955) from Livoĉ, disappeared on July 9, 1999
9.    IVANOVIĆ VELIZAR (born in 1941) from Pasjane, disappeared on July 9, 1999 on the road
      Pasjane - Gornji Livoĉ. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
10.   JOVANOVIĆ ŢARKO, AS 22/3/16, disappeared around July 3 or 4, 1999. (Information source:
      Church-People's Committee)
11.   SIMONOVIĆ SINIŠA (born in 1950), disappeared on July 10, 1999. (Information source:
      Church-People's Committee)
12.   TOMIĆ DRAGAN from Ranilug
13.   ZDRAVKOVIĆ DJORDJE, from Ranilug, and
14.   ZDRAVKOVIĆ ZORAN from Ranilug; disappeared on July 10, 1999, around 6:30, in the forests
      of Glogovce village. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
15.   MAKSIMOVIĆ ĈEDOMIR, 6/3 Bojanina Street; disappeared on July 16, 1999, around 18:30.
      (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
16.   PARIĆ ŢIVOJIN, from the village of Trnjićevce; disappeared on July 17, 1999 on the road to
      Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People Committee)
17.   MIHAJLOVIC SLADJANA, 194 Kralja Petra Street; disappeared on July 18, 1999, around
      14:00. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
18.   TIMOTIJEVIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1930), disappeared from the hospital in Priština on July 13,
      1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)




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19. JOVANOVIĆ MIĆA, kidnapped on July 23, 1999, around 11:00. (Information source: Church-
    People's Committee)
20. PAUNOVIĆ JOVICA (born in 1973), from Pasijane, near Gnjilane; disappeared on July 23, 1999
    and
21. ARSIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1963), from Pasijane, near Gnjilane; disappeared on July 23, 1999, on
    the road Pasjane – Gnjilane. (Information source: daily Blic of July 29, 1999).
22. STEVIĆ ZLATKO (born in 1967), from Poneš; kidnapped on July 17, 1999. (Information source:
    Pravoslavlje Press news of July 22, 1999).
23. STOJANOVIĆ MOMĈILO, and
24. STOJANOVIĆ DRAGAN from the village of Makreš; kidnapped by their Albanian neighbours
    Ramiz and Rasim who – allegedly – took them to the nearby woods. (Information source: Church-
    People's Committee in Gnjilane).
25. RISTIĆ SVETOZAR (born in 1953), disappeared on July 29, 1999, and
26. RISTIĆ VITOMIR (born in 1961), disappeared on July 29, 1999, on the road to Kosovska
    Kamenica, having been arrested by KFOR soldiers who left them in Gnjilane. (Information source:
    Church-People's Committee).
27. STANKOVIĆ DRAGICA (aged 80), from the village of Klobukar. (Information source: Church-
    People's Committee).
28. GRANDMA DJURDJA (aged 70), 1 Ganeta Jovanovica Street, Gnjilane. (Information source:
    Church-People's Committee).
29. STOJKOVIĆ VLASTIMIR, kidnapped in front of his store on July 1, 1999. (Information source:
    Church-People's Committee).
30. TODOROVIĆ PEDA, Momcila Trumpica Street, kidnapped on July 2, 1999. (Information
    source: Church-People's Committee).
31. PETKOVIĆ DRAGAN, and his colleague
32. DOBRI N., kidnapped on July 2, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
33. CVETKOVIĆ DRAGAN, from the village of Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's
    Committee)
34. FURUNOVIĆ NEBOJŠA, from Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
35. SLOBODAN N., from Pavlovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
36. STOJANOVIC ZVONKO, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
37. JORDANOVIC DJORDJE, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee),
38. FILIPOVIĆ ZVONIMIR, from Kmetovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
39. STOJKOVIĆ SLOBODAN, from Gnjilane, Kamnik 3. (Information source: Church-People's
    Committee).
40. SIRINIĆ-CVETKOVIĆ VLASTA, from Gnjilane, Bojanina Street. (Information source:
    Church-People's Committee).
41. RISTIĆ SLAVOLJUB (born in 1963) from Gnjilane, disappeared on July 5, 1999. (Information
    source: Church-People's Committee).
42. SAVIĆ DRAGAN, from Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
43. STOJKOVIĆ RADOMIR (aged 66), from Klokot; disappeared while working in his field.
    (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
44. JOVANOVIĆ ZORAN, physician, from Gnjilane, surgeon; disappeared in the first half of July
    1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 15, 1999).
45. STOJAN DENIĆ (aged 66), in retirement, from Gnjilance; disappeared on Saturday, August 21,
    from a bus stop in Gnjilane or from the bus going to the village of Pasjan; first he had been beated
    and forced to leave his apartment in Gnjilane, then he spent the night at his relatives’ and then he
    wanted to go to his son in Pasjane; having taken a humanitarian aid package in the church in
    Gnjilane on August 21, he has disappeared. (Information source: Church-People's Committee,
    Gnjilane).
46. Unknown person (aged 13), the Church-People Committee in Gnjilane was informed that a 13-
    year-old Serbian girl had disappeared from the centre of Gnjilane end of August. (Information
    source: Church-People's Committee, Gnjilane).
47. ĈEDOMIR NIKOLIĆ (aged 59) from the village of Koretište, near Gnjilane; got kidnapped on
    November 2, 1999 on the road Gnjilane-Bujanovac.; according to the testimony of an eyewitness,
    the attackers first shot at Ĉedomir’s car, at the tyres, and when the car stopped they took him out of
    the car and led him in an unknown direction; his co-driver Borislav Stević was thrice stabbed in
    the chest and shoulder and inflicted him serious wounds. (Information source: daily Poltiika of
    November 2, 1999).




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48. LAZIĆ BOŢIDAR (born in 1930) from the village of Ţegra; disappeared on June 15, 1999.
    (Information source: Red Cross List).
49. LAZIĆ DUŠICA (born in 1930) from the village of Ţegra; disappeared on June 15, 1999.
    (Information source: Red Cross List).
50. TASIĆ SAŠA (born in 1964), disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
    List).
51. RISTIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1963), disappeared on June 22, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
    List).
52. METODIJEVIĆ MIROSLAV (born in 1975), disappeared on June 25, 1999.
53. STEVANOVIĆ LJUBINKA (born in 1927), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999.
    (Information source: Red Cross List).
54. STOILJKOVIĆ BOŢIN (born in 1920), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999. (Information
    source: Red Cross List).
55. STOILJKOVIĆ STANIJA (born in 1925), disappeared at the beginning of July 1999.
    (Information source: Red Cross List).
56. RISTIĆ SRBA (born in 1956), disappeared on July 13, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
    List).
57. MITROVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1978), disappeared on July 30, 1999. (Information source: Red
    Cross List).
58. STOJANOVIĆ TIHOMIR (born in 1965), disappeared on August 17, 1999. (Information source:
    Red Cross List).
59. ANTIĆ SLOBODAN (born in 1942), disappeared on August 24, 1999. (Information source: Red
    Cross List).
60. STEVANOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1964), disappeared on August 24, 1999. (Information source:
    Red Cross List).
61. STOLIĆ GRADIMIR (born in 1967), disappeared on August 25, 1999. (Information source: Red
    Cross List).
62. JOVANOVIĆ VIDA (born in 1957), disappeared on October 13, 1999. (Information source: Red
    Cross List).
63. BUSATOVIĆ LJUBICA (born in 1923), disappeared on November 10, 1999. (Information
    source: Red Cross List).




VITINA

64. MARINKOVIĆ SLOBODAN (aged 50), and
65. PEKIĆ STOJAN (aged 50) from Vitina, and
66. TRAJKOVIC SLOBODAN (aged 50) from Klokot; got kidnapped on July 4, 1999 in Donji
    Livoĉ village while driving a tractor from the direction of Gnjilane towards Vitina. (Information
    source: Church-People's Committee).
67. PIRIĆ LJUBIŠA (born in 1973) from the village of Vrbovac; disappeared on July 8, 1999, last
    time seen in Gnjilane. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
68. ANTIĆ MILISAV (born in 1971) and
69. ANTIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1968) and
70. ANTIĆ RADOVAN (born in 1977), three brothers from Poţaranje; disappeared on June 12, 1999,
    most likely taken towards the village of Ljubište. (Information source: Church-People's
    Committee).
71. PETROVIĆ BRANE (aged 35) from Vitina, mental patient. (Information source: Church-
    People's Committee).
72. DJORDJEVIĆ ŢARKO from the village of Sadovina, near Vitina; taken from the village on June
    14. (Information source: daily Blic of June 18, 1999).
73. JOVANOVIĆ GORAN (born in 1977) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina and
74. MITROVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 23) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina and
75. DAJIĆ RADOVAN (born in 1972) from the village of Vrbovce near Vitina; kidnapped on July
    30, 1999 in the village of Dobruća. (Information source: the Diocese of Raška-Prizren).
76. JACIĆ KOSTA (born in 1943), disappeared on July 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
    List).




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77. STOJKOVIĆ MILORAD (born in 1932), disappeared on July 22, 1999. (Information source:
    Red Cross List).




PRIŠTINA
78. MARULOVIĆ BRANKO, from Priština, quarters of Vranjevac; disappeared somewhere in the
    period between KFOR's arrival and July 9. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999).
79. PETKOVIĆ GRADIMIR, from Priština, quarters of Ulpijana, journalist of Jedinstvo;
    disappeared on August 29, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
80. BIOĈANIN LJUBISAV (born in 1950) from Priština, quarters of Vranjevac, ex policeman;
    disappeared on June 22, around 15:30, for the last time seen near Suva Reka. (Information
    source:daily Blic of June 23, 1999).
81. TASEV TOMA (aged 45) from Priština, residing in Ulpijana, entrance no. 8, apartment no. 15;
    disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source:daily Blic of June 25, 1999).
82. PILJEVIĆ PETRIJA (born in 1942) from Priština, Dardanija SU-1/5, entrance 2, apartment 39;
    taken away from her apartment on June 28, around 16:00; according to her son Dragan, it was her
    neighbours Adeljina and Mona Ismajli from the apartment no. 8 and Ljuljeta Djonbaljaj from the
    apartment no. 35 who are resposible for this kidnapping; Zoran Djošić, Petrija’s neighbour tried to
    help her and was kidnapped too; Stana Josimović informed KFOR about it saying that she had
    seen three KLA soldiers and Adeljina Ismajli in front of the apartment, and Millunka Djošić,
    Zoran’s wife, had seen the total of 6 persons entering the apartment of the Piljević family; Dragan
    Piljević also claims that his mother and Zoran Djošić had first been taken to the apartment no. 25
    (whereupon cries and screams were heard), and then moved to apartment no. 8 (wherefrom they
    were taken in an unknown direction around 22:00); speaking with Guardian journalist Adeljina
    Ismajli stated that after returning from Macedonia she had found her apartment plundered and in it
    a photo of Dragan Djošić with a baby, in addition another neighbour Hisnija Jasnići testified to the
    said journalist that Petrija Piljević had helped in the plundering of Albanian apartments, saying that
    her son’s guitar was found in Petrija’s apartment; another neighbour, a Turk who wanted to remain
    unknown, testified that certain groups headed by Dragan Piljević had plundered the apartments;
    contrary to the claims of the Albanian neighbours Dragan Piljević claims that he and his mother
    did not plunder the property of their neighbours, and as for Dragan’s photo with the baby, Dragan
    claims that Adeljina took it from his coat when she entered their apartment; as for the claims that
    he and his brother Zoran joined the police during the war, Dragan refutes them saying that he was
    not either in the army or in the police, and that his brother worked only as security for Post Office
    and certain building Panorama; some neighbours think that Petrija Piljević went to her house in
    Kosovo Polje, while Dragan Piljević says that his mother is not there for sure. (Information source:
    daily Danas of July 1, 1999).
83. DJOŠIĆ ZORAN (born in 1943); kidnapped on June 28, 1999 while trying to help his above
    mentioned Serbian neighbour Petrija Piljević. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999).
84. ĈELIĆ IVAN (born in 1959), engineer at the coal mine Belaćevac; disapperaed on June 14, 1999
    in Priština; for the last time seen around 14:00, when started from his apartment at Sunĉani breg
    downtown for some meeting. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999).
85. STAMENKOVIĆ NENAD, from Devet Jugovića. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1,
    1999).
86. VUJAĈIĆ SLOBODAN
87. PETRUŠIĆ LUKA from Priština (residing in Sitniĉka street); disappeared on June 17, 1999 in
    Pećka Banja. (Information Source: Serbia Info of July 2, 1999)
88. PETRUŠIĆ RADMILA from Zagrmlje; disappeared on June 17, 1999 in Pećka Banja.
    (Information Source: Red Cross List and the daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)
89. JOVANOVIĆ KRUNOSLAV, disappeared in the city water supply enterprize "Batlava".
    (Information Source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999).
90. TOMANOVIĆ ANDRIJA (born in 1936 in Dubrovnik) from Priština, surgeon, director of the
    Surgery Clinic; kidnapped on June 2, 1999 while he was at work in the hospital in Priština.
    (Information source: daily Danas of June 30, 1999)
91. TODOROVSKI ALEKSANDAR-SAŠA (born in 1970); kidnapped in the Health Care Centre in
    Priština on June 25, 1999. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)
92. BRUSAC NENAD and



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93. RADIĆ MILAN refugees from Croatia, were located in a refugee hotel Božur in Priština;
     disappeared on June 26. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999).
94. BULJEVIĆ MILE (born in 1944), refugee from Croatia, located in a refugee hotel Božur in
     Priština; disappeared on June 25. (Information source: daily Danas of July 1, 1999)
95. RADIĆ MILOŠ from Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
96. RADIĆ MILAN (born in 1960); disapperaed on June 25, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
97. SERDIĆ STEVO, disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Church-People’s
     Committee)
98. ŠARANOVIĆ STANKO (born in 1953); disappered on June 26, 1999 in Priština. (Information
     source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)
99. MIKIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1938), disappeared on June 23, 1999 with his wife
100. MIKIĆ LEPOSAVA (born in 1946) from Priština, residing in the quarters of Ulpijana, entrance
     9, apartment no. 23; disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source: daily Danas of June 26-
     27, 1999)
101. KUZMANOVIĆ DJORDJE (born in 1957); disappeared in Priština on June 21, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
102. JOVANOVIĆ MILORAD disappeared in Priština. (Information source: daily Danas of June 10-
     11, 1999)
103. RAJIĈIĆ ZORAN (born in 1969), ex policeman; disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in
     Priština in the second half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
104. DIMIĆ DRAGANA from Priština; kidnapped in the centre of Priština before June 20.
     (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
105. DIMITRIJEVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1970); disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština
     in the second half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
106. DIMITRIJEVIĆ MILUTIN (born in 1934); disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština
     on June 12, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
107. MASULOVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1961), disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština
     on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
108. MARKOVIĆ BRANKO (born in 1962) from Priština; driver in the former TV Priština; for the
     last time seen on Saturday, June 12, around 19:30. (Information source: daily Blic of June 17,
     1999)
109. DJUKIĆ BRANKO (born in 1971) from Priština; disappeared on June 1 in the quarters of
     Sunĉani Breg. (Information source: daily Blic of June 17, 1999)
110. RAJKOVIĆ MIRJANA and
111. RAJKOVIĆ SLAVOLJUB and
112. RAJKOVIĆ VIOLETA from Priština; disappeared in the second half of June. (Information
     source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
113. ŢIVIĆ NENAD, disappeared on June 16, 1999 in Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of June
     23, 1999)
114. CVETKOVIĆ ŢIVADIN from Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
115. IVANOVIĆ MILETA and his daughter
116. IVANOVIĆ JELENA from Priština; taken from their apartment in Priština on June 22 in the
     morning. (Information source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)
117. SPASIĆ VELJKO (born in 1959) from Priština; disappeared on June 20, 1999.
118. MIRKOVIĆ (father’s name Ilija) ZORAN from Ĉanip, near Brus; disappeared on June 13, 1999.
     (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
119. KOVAĈEVIĆ NEBOJŠA (aged 17) from Priština; taken from his apartment on June 22, his
     mother Gordana claims that he was taken by a group of Albanians from Tirana. (Information
     source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)
120. DJORDJEVIĆ SLAVKO from Priština; kidnapped in front of the building he lived in at Sunĉani
     Breg, SU2, building no. 40 in Priština between June 14 and July 4. (Information source: daily Blic
     of July 5, 1999)
121. STOŠIĆ BRANKO from Gornja Mahala in Gornja Brnjica; disappeared in the second half of
     June 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
122. BABIĆ N. engineer from Priština; taken from his apartment in the quarters of Sunĉani Breg on
     June 22. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
123. STEVANOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1958), from Kosovo Polje; disappeared on August 19, 1999
     and




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124. MAJSTOROVIĆ IVAN (born in 1981), from Priština; disappeared on August 19, 1999 on the
     road Priština-Podujevo, near Luţani; they were driving in a yellow YUGO, licence plates PR 83-
     216. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
125. ANTIĆ ZLATKO (born in 1963); disappeared on July 28, 1999 on the road Brezovica – Prizren.
     (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
126. STEVIĆ SLAVISA (aged 30), mental patient from Novi Badovac village; disappeared on August
     3, 1999, on the road to Stari Babovac. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
127. MILENKOVIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1961); kidnapped on August 2, 1999, around 11:00, in
     Priština, 183 Dalmatinska Street. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
128. NEDELJKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1952), from Priština; disappeared on August 24, 1999, around
     14:00 in front of his building near business centre "Boro i Ramiz". (Information source: Church-
     People’s Committee)
129. STANKOVIĆ TRAJKO (aged 55), from the village of Kojlovica; kidnapped on August 11,
     1999. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
130. SIMOVIĆ ALEKSANDAR (born in 1968), from the quarters of Kiĉma (entrance no. 13, V floor,
     apartment no. 5), Post Office worker in Priština; disappeared on August 20, 1999, he was wearing
     KFOR identification card. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
131. SPASIĆ (father’s name Dragoljub) VELJKO, from the quarters of Sunĉani Breg (block no. 5,
     entrance no. 2, apartment no. 5); kidnapped on June 19, 1999; Veljko's parents reported the case to
     KFOR on June 23, 1999: he went into the car with his colleague in front of his apartment, at 7:00,
     and since then nothing has been known about the two of them, his colleague's name is not known
     either. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
132. ADŢIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1939), from Priština; disappeared on June 28. (Information source:
     daily Blic of July 27, 1999)
133. ARSIĆ VLADIMIR from Graĉanica near Priština; disappeared on June 28. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
134. BARAC DJURO refugee from Croatia, resided in the hotel Božur in Priština; disappeared on June
     28. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)
135. BUDIMIR RADE (born in 1940), from Priština, head of the representative office of the Putnik
     agency; disappeared on August 2, 1999, went out of his apartment in 14 Kragujevaĉka Street, right
     across KFOR, to buy some food, was kidnapped, never came back.
136. ĈANOVIĆ JELENA (aged 71) from Priština, the quarters of Ulpijana, the hotel for singles,
     apartment no. 55; disappeared after having been given an ultimatum to leave her apartment.
     (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)
137. ĈUBANOVIĆ DJOKA (born in 1950) from Prizren, lived in Priština in the quarters of Dardanija
     SU 14/2, 1-1, apartment no. 39a; physical description: 1.70cm tall, grayish hair; disappeared on
     July 9, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of July 15, 1999)
138. DINIĆ SVETOMIR (aged 50) from Priština, lived near the hotel Božur; his sister Budislava
     Milosavljević from Priština reported to the Peace & Tolerance Centre that her brother had been
     taken from his apartment on July 19 and that nothing had been known of him afterwards.
     (Information source: Pravoslavlje Press, news of July 22, 1999)
139. DJOKIĆ VLADIMIR (born in 1946) from Priština (quarters of Sunĉani Breg, block no. 4,
     entrance no. 6, apartment no. 10); disappeared on June 18. (Information source: daily Blic of July
     6, 1999)
140. DJUKIĆ BRANKO from the village of Devet Jugovića, near Priština; disappeared in the second
     half of June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
141. GORDIĆ MILOŠ refugee from Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and
142. OSTOJIĆ VELJKO (aged 34) refugee from Krajina (Croatia), both residing in refugee hotel
     Božur in Priština; taken out of the hotel on July 12 in an unknown direction. (Information source:
     daily Blic of July 15, 1999 and Peace & Tolerance Centre)
143. HAJDERPAŠIĆ NENAD and another person whose identity is unknown; disappeared on June
     17, 1999 on the road from Berane (Montenegro) to Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of July
     6, 1999)
144. ILIĆ MILORAD from Priština, the quarters of Dardanija; disappeared in the beginning of July.
     (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre, Priština)
145. IZIDEROVIĆ SLAVIŠA (aged 25) from Novi Pazar, musician, member of Military Orchestra,
     sergeant in the Yugoslav Army; kidnapped on June 13, 1999 in Vranjevac, Priština; was in a car
     Opel Ascona, licence plates PR 203-21; there was also
146. KRNJIĆ RADOMIR about whom nothing has been known. (Information source: Human Rights
     Fund)



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147. JOVANOVIĆ VLADIMIR (born in 1973) from Priština, 40 Stepe Stepanovića Street; kidnapped
     on June 28, 1999, allegedly by an Albanian Iberdomaj Gani. (Information source: daily Blic of
     July 6, 1999)
148. LUKIĆ SLOBODAN from Priština, the quarters of Kupusište (block no. 4, apartment no. 16);
     disappeared after KFOR’s arrival, somewhere till July 5. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6,
     1999)
149. MAKSIĆ RADOMIR from Priština, the quarters of Praskina Vodenica (object B, building no. 3,
     VIII floor). (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)
150. MARKOVIĆ NOVICA kidnapped in Priština, in Goleška Street. (Information source: daily Blic
     of July 6, 1999)
151. MIKIĆ N. (a girl, 18 years old) from Priština; disappeared on June 24 in Priština. (Information
     source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
152. MIKIĆ SVETOMIR from Priština, agronomist, worked in the laboratory of the Pathology
     Department of the Clinical-Hospital Centre in Priština; disappeared on July 21, 1999 around 8:00
     AM, on his way to the hospital; according to his fiancée Valentina Tanasković (once employee of
     the Pediatrics Pharmacy in the Clinical Hospital Centre), Svetomir was taken in one of the prisons
     KLA hold in Priština or Lipljan; he was not mustered during the bombardment but worked all the
     time, after the KFOR’s arrival to Kosovo too; Mikić was the President of the Serbian Renewal
     Movement in Graĉanica. (Information source: Human Rights Fund).
153. JOVANOVIĆ NIKOLA from the village of Ćarapić, municipality of Ljubovija, and
154. CAPAKIĆ CEPO also from Ljubovija; taken from the refugee hotel Božur in Priština on June 23
     in the evening. (Information source: daily Blic of July 25, 1999 – Five Killed in Priština)
155. OSTOJIĆ MIRKO from Dvor na Uni (Croatia), Emergency employee. (Information source: daily
     Blic of July 15, 1999 – Manager of Grundig Set Free)
156. PETKOVIĆ NEBOJŠA (born in 1958) from Priština, oral surgeon; disappeared on July 30, 1999
     between the building of YU Program and the Emergency in Priština; his uncle Slobodan was the
     last to have seen him. (Information source: daily Politika of August 6, 1999 and Peace &
     Tolerance Centre)
157. MILANĈIĆ MIRO from Priština, the quarters of Ulpijana; for the last time seen on June 25.
     (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
158. MILIĆ MILICA and
159. MILIĆ MILOŠ from Priština, the quarters of Vranjevac, 55 Studeniĉka Street; disappeared after
     KFOR’s arrival, but before July 5. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
160. NIKOLIĆ DEJAN from Priština; taken in an unknown direction on Monday, July 26, 1999, after
     19:30; prior to that event, an armed group of Albanians had broken into his apartment at Sunĉani
     Breg, tied him and – reportedly – raped his common law wife. (Information source: daily Blic of
     July 28, 1999)
161. PETROVIĆ VERA from Priština; seen for the last time on June 15, around 16:00, when she left
     her apartment in the quarters of Ulpijana and went in the direction of the hospital. (Information
     source: daily Blic of July 28, 1999)
162. PILIPOVIĆ RADE from Priština; disappeared on August 4, 1999 in the centre of Priština, near
     the monument Bratstvo i jedinstvo while waiting for the lorry to move from Priština. (Information
     source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
163. PROTIĆ SVETISLAV from the village of Sušica, near Graĉanica; disappeared on Wednesday,
     July 21, 999. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
164. RAIĈEVIĆ ZORAN from Priština; disappeared in the quarters of Vranjevac, Priština.
     (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
165. RAKOĈEVIĆ PETAR (born in 1968) from the village of Devet Jugovića near Priština;
     disappeared on July 12, 1999. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
166. RISTIĆ BRATISLAV (born in 1952) from Priština, the quarters of Dardanija, Kiĉma, entrance
     no. 17, employee of Jugobanka; three armed Albanians came to his apartment, threatened to kill
     him in front of his wife and two-year-old child, and took him away on July 12, around 21:35.
     (Information source: daily Politika of July 14, 1999)
167. RISTIĆ MILORAD from Priština, son of Bora Ristić – former employee of the Provisional
     Executive Council of Kosovo; KLA kidnapped him in the centre of Priština, Vidovdanska Street,
     near the building of the Provisional Executive Council of Kosovo. (Information source: daily
     Politika of July 19, 1999)
168. SEKULIĆ MILOŠ and his wife
169. SEKULIĆ GORICA and their children
170. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 10) and



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171. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 7) and
172. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 5) and
173. SEKULIĆ N. (aged 2) from Priština; disappeared on June 25, in the night, in the quarters of
     Dardanija. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
174. SRDIĆ STEFAN refugee from Croatia, lived in the refugee hotel Božur in Priština; disappeared
     on June 18. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
175. SRDIĆ STEVO (aged 33) from Priština; seen for the last time on June 18, around 11:00 in the
     quarters of Velanija. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
176. STAMENKOVIĆ ŢARKO (born in 1969) from the village of Devet Jugovića near Priština;
     disappeared on June 22 near the village of Miljevac, drove red car Golf, licence plates PR 40-27.
     (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
177. STOŠIĆ NEBOJŠA from Priština, University professor; Albanians from Albania took him away
     on June 22. (Information source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)
178. TAŠEVIĆ DJORDJE physician from Priština, 45 Lole Ribara Street; disappeared in the second
     half of June. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre)
179. TODOROVSKI DRAGAN a civilian from Priština, son of the director of Emergency – Milivoje
     Todorovski; taken on June26, around 16:00 from the quarters of Aktaš, where he lived; it has been
     reported that certain Sulejman Dţaka, driver in the Emergency living in Emisirovo, organised the
     kidnapping based on the order issued by another physician Hasan Beca. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre)
180. TOPIĆ ZORAN from Priština; disappeared on June 15, around 16:00 in the quarters of
     Vranjevac, Priština, on the same occasion when 12 soldiers and 2 officers of the Yugoslav Army
     disappeared. (Information source: daily Politika of June 17, 1999)
181. VASIĆ DRAGOLJUB (born in 1932) in retirement, from Priština; taken from his apartment in 27
     Roberta Gajdija (Dušana Bulajića) Street, on July 17/18; his cousin Milomir Djukić came on July
     18 in the morning to visit him and, according to Milomir, it seemed that the kidnappers took
     Dragoljub right from the bed. (Information source: Human Right Fund)
182. MILENKOVIĆ SVETOMIR (aged 37) from Priština; kidnapped on August 2, around 21:00
     when his father Momĉilo Milenković was killed in the yard of their house, 123 Dalmatinska Street
     in Priština, the house was plundered too. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
183. JEŠIĆ MARKO, Yugoslav Army soldier; disappeared from the quarters of Vranjevac in Priština.
     (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
184. STEFANOVIĆ JELENA, kidnapped in the quarters of Aktaš. (Information source: daily Blic of
     July 6, 1999)
185. TOMIĆ ĈASLAV (born in 1942) from Priština; disappeared on July 11, 1999 when he tried to
     leave Priština, move out with furniture. (Information source: Pravoslavlje Press, news of July 11,
     1999)
186. NEDELJKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1953) from Priština; kidnapped on August 28, 1999 at the
     market in Priština. (Information source: Church-People’s Committee)
187. POPOVIĆ MILORAD-MILIVOJE (born in 1956) from Graĉanica, near Priština; kidnapped on
     August 31, 1999 around 14:30 in the village of Graĉanica while chopping woods. (Information
     source: Church-People’s Committee)
188. PETROVIĆ MARIJA (born in 1948) from Priština; disappeared in Priština; no data available
     about this case.
189. MAJSTOROVIĆ (father’s name Miodrag) IVAN (born in 1981) from Priština, the quarters of
     Kiĉma (9/1104 3A); disappeared on August 19, 1999, last seen near Podujevo.
190. DJORDJEVIĆ VESNA (born in 1968), tall, blond, blue eyes, from Priština, worked in the
     kindergarten Djurdjevak in Priština; for the last time phoned her parents in Vranje on December
     16, 1999 from Podujevo saying she was imprisoned. (Information source: amateur radio operator
     Avramović Branko)
191. MARKOVIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1946), from the village of Devet Jugovića; kidnapped on
     June 24, 2000 at the turn to Podujevo, while moving in his blue car Zastava 101 along the road,
     from administrative border with Serbia to his village; Marković was in a convoy of 7 cars; there
     was also an older woman Radonjić Julka (also from Devet Jugovića) together with him in the car;
     one of the cars in the convoy belonged to a man from Ĉaglavica and he provided the UNMIK
     police escort, while other cars joined the convoy in Devet Jugovića; Tomislav’s car was at the very
     end of the convoy and a young Albanian stopped it and others took him from the car; one of the
     kidnappers sat in the car and drove Julka nearly to the very administrative border, forced her out of
     the car and left; later on, she stopped one of KFOR’s car that happened to pass by and reported the




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     case, she also gave statement to UNMIK Police, so KFOR and UNMIK conduct investigation.
     (Marković Planinka, wife of the kidnapped person, reported the case)
192. Unknown person, young Serbian woman, blond, blue eyes, from Priština, worked in kindergarten
     Jelenak; disappeared, phoned her parents in Vranje from the prison in Podujevo end of 1999,
     nothing has been known of her since.
193. MLADENOVIĆ STANOJKO (born in 1960); disappeared on June 21, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
194. TASEV TOME (born in 1954); disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
195. BARAĆ DJURO (born in 1965); disappeared on June 28, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
196. ŠKRIPAC VERA (born in 1927); disappeared in the beginning of July, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
197. JAKŠIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1927); disappeared on July 5, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
198. MARKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1961); disappeared on July 11, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
199. ŠABIĆ DIMITRIJE (born in 1937); disappeared on July 16, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
200. ŢIVKOVIĆ ILIJA (born in 1943); disappeared on August 14, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
201. STOJKOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1951); disappeared on August 28, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
202. MARTINOVIĆ NIKOLA (born in 1969); disappeared on August 28, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
203. DJORDJEVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1950); disappeared on September 1, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
204. RISTIĆ VIŠESLAV (born in 1943); disappeared on September 5, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
205. CVIJANOVIĆ DJORDJE (born in 1942); disappeared on October 6, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
206. MLADENOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1969); disappeared on November 25, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)




BRNJICA

207. POPOVIĆ MILOVAN (aged 22), from Donja Brnjica; disappeared on July 28, 1999.
208. POPOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 38), from Donja Brnjica; disappeared on August 10, 1999.
209. POPOVIĆ PREDRAG (born in 1959); disappeared in Brnjica on August 10, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
210. DUKIĆ MIODRAG (aged 43) and
211. BORIĆ MLADEN (aged 31); taken from work, the Shock Absorber Plant located on the road
     Kosovo Polje-Priština. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)




KOSOVO POLJE

212. RISTIĆ DAVOR (born in 1971), from Kosovo Polje, Serdara Janka Vukotića Street; disappeared
     on June 22, 1999 around 13:00, on the road Kosovo Polje-Priština, drove white YUGO.
     (Information source: daily Blic of June 24, 1999)
213. STEVANOVIĆ VLASTIMIR, from the village of Dojnice; disappeared on June 12 in the village
     of Skrobište, near Prizren. (Information source: daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)
214. STEPIĆ ZVONIMIR (aged 31) from Kosovo Polje, bus driver, transported the empoyees of the
     mining pit Belaćevac; armed Albanians took him away from the colleagues on June 12, around
     14:30, when he was supposed to take the colleagues home; six workers managed to escape and run



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     away to the village of Kuzmin, and, according to their testimony, there were 3-4 persons more who
     were taken away with Zvonimir. (Information source: Church-People's Committee and daily
     Politika of June 13, 1999)
215. BREGOVIĆ NIKOLA refugee from Krajina (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
216. DEJIĆ BOBAN from Orahovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
217. MAJSTOROVIĆ DEJAN (aged 18) from Kosovo Polje and
218. STEVANOVIĆ DRAGAN (aged 42) from Kosovo Polje; both kidnapped on August 19, 1999, on
     the road Priština-Podujevo.
219. STEVIĆ MILAN, employee of the Communal Service; disappeared near the Agriculture School
     in Priština, on his way to Kosovo Polje. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in
     Priština)
220. DJUKIĆ ZORAN, driver, emplyee of pig/hog farm in Dobrevo; disappeared on November 4,
     1999 around 14:00, after transporting a shift of guards into the firm; disappeared on the road
     Graĉanica-Suvi Do, in the municipality of Lipljan. (Information source: daily Politika of
     November 5, 1999)
221. STANOJEVIĆ MILADIJA (aged 80) from Obilić, old and weak; disappeared from her house on
     November 16/17, 1999; when her son-in-law Boţidar Stolić brought her breakfast in the morning
     of November 17, he found the house upside-down, and no sign of Miladija; he circulated amont
     the burned and destroyed Serbian house but could not find anything. (Information source: Church-
     People's Committee)
222. PROKIĆ DEJAN (born in 1979); disappeared in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
223. ALEKSIĆ TOMO (born in 1965), from Gornje Obrinje, the Municipality of Glogovac;
     disappeared on June 8, 1999.


LIPLJAN
224. STANIŠIĆ ZORAN (born in 1979), from the village of Slovinje, the Municipality of Lipljan;
     kidnapped on June 22, at 13:30, in front of his own house. (Information source: Church-People's
     Committee)
225. DJUKIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1947); disappeared on June 22, 1999 on the road Lipljan-Rabovce;
     was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information source: daily Blic of June 6, 1999)
226. SLAVKOVIĆ DRAGOLJUB (born in 1956) from Lipljan; disappeared on June 22, 1999 on the
     road Lipljan-Rabovce; was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information source: daily Blic of June 6,
     1999)
227. VASIĆ MLADEN (born in 1964) (all the three of them from the village of Rabovce); disappeared
     on June 22, 1999 on the road Lipljan-Rabovce; was driving in a red YUGO car. (Information
     source: daily Blic of June 6, 1999)
228. STOJANOVIĆ RADE (born in 1938), from Lipljan; kidnapped on June 20, 1999. (Information
     source: Church-People's Committee)
229. NEDELJKOVIĆ SVETISLAV (born in 1952), abducted in front of a Post Office in Lipljan on
     July 3, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
230. ŢIVIĆ VOIOMIR/VELIMIR (born in 1927); disappeared on July 8, 1999 and his son
231. ŢIVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1958) from the village of Staro Rujice, near Lipljan; disappeared on
     July 8, 1999; some twenty days prior to their disappeareance Voja and his wife had left their house
     in the country and moved to their son Dragan in Lipljan, father and son disappeared after departing
     to mow some grass in the village, the family found the dishes, plastic glasses and personal
     belongings of the missing ones scattered all around, thrown out of the car the two of them drove
     that day, also missing. (Information source: Serbia Info, July 11, 1999).
232. STOLIĆ MIĆA (born in 1981), from Štimlje; kidnapped on July 12, 1999. (Information source:
     Church-People's Committee)
233. ĆANOVIĆ MOMIR, former employee of the State Security Service, and his pregnant wife
234. ĆANOVIĆ SLAVICA, from Lipljan; disappeared in the period June 14-19. (Information source:
     daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
235. DUKIĆ ANKA, from the village of Magura, Lipljan; disappeared in the period June 14-19.
     (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
236. RISTIĆ PERA, milkman from the village of Novo Topliĉane in the Municipality of Lipljan;
     people wearing KLA uniforms took him away on Friday, July 16, in hte afternoon; according to
     his wife Slobodanka, they stopped him on the bridge over the Sitnica River, while he was driving



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     bicycle with milk buckets, she also claims they took him in the direction of the hamlet of Majdan,
     and adds that his kidnappers are Ademi Muhamed, Lecaj Sulja and his brother, who – pursuant to
     her words – committed murders in Staro Gracko as well. (Information source: daily Blic of June
     19, 1999)
237. TALIĆ VERA (maiden name) and her husband
238. BORA N. daughter and son-in-law of Mirko and Jovana Talić from Štimlje, the killed couple;
     Vera and Bora disappeared on July 10, the same day when Vera’s parents were killed.
     (Information source: Pravoslavlje Press, news of July 18, 1999)
239. ANDREJEVIĆ DUŠKO (born in 1959); disappeared in Lipljan on June 11, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
240. RISTIĆ NIKOLA (born in 1932), disappeared on July 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)




KOSOVSKA MITROVICA
241. MILENKOVIĆ RAJKO (born in 1954) from Leposavić; disappeared in the northern part of
     Kosovska Mitrovica on November 14, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
242. VASOVIĆ DEJAN (born in 1973) from Kragujevac; disappeared on August 11, 1999 in
     Kosovska Mitrovica, quarters of Šupkovac; drove building materials in a metalic coloured lorry
     MAAN with licence plates registered in Kragujevac (his employer was some Šefćet and the
     destination was Dţafid whose phone number at work is 028/38-799 and at home 028/29-979).
243. DENIĆ CVETKO (born in 1962); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
244. AVRAMOVIĆ MILORAD (born in 1960); disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
245. ŢIVKOVIĆ TODOR (born in 1949); disappeared on August 2, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
246. KRIVOKAPIĆ ARSENIJE (born in 1959); disappeared on September 13, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
247. MURGANIĆ DUŠAN (born in 1953); disappeared on March 9, 2000. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)




UROŠEVAC

248. ĈUNGULOVIĆ SLAVKO, from Uroševac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
249. STOLIĆ SLOBODAN (born in 1944), from Štimlje; disappeared on June 15, in the afternoon, a
     group of KLA members entered the house of the Stolić family in the centre of Štimlje then and
     took Slobodan away. (Information source: daily Blic of June 17, 1999)
250. GRKOVIĆ JOVO from Uroševac; disappeared in Slivovo on June 14, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List and daily Danas of July 10-11, 1999)
251. RISTIĆ DRAGAN, and his wife
252. RISTIĆ MARIJA, from the village of Srpski Babuš, the Municipality of Uroševac; disappeared
     in the period June 14-19. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
253. KOLTOĈEVIĆ NOVAK, and
254. KOLTOĈEVIĆ ZORKA, from the village of Gatnje, near Uroševac; disappeared in the period
     June 14-19. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
255. DANĈETOVIĆ BOŢIDAR from the village of Srpski Babuš. (Information source: Church-
     People's Committee)
256. TRAJKOVIĆ DRAGAN, disappeared during June. (Information source: daily Blic of June 19,
     1999)
257. STANKOVIĆ BOŢIDAR, from the village of Srpski Babuš, the Municipality of Uroševac; taken
     from the village on June 18, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
258. DJORDJEVIĆ LJUBOMIR and




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259. DJORDJEVIĆ RADA with their children Sanja and Goran, from the vicinity of Uroševac; KLA
     kidnapped them on June 22. (Information source: daily Blic of June 24, 1999)
260. DJORDJEVIĆ SANJA and
261. DJORDJEVIĆ GORAN
262. DJORDJEVIĆ PERICA (born in 1968); disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
263. VITKOVIĆ BORIVOJE, and
264. VITKOVIĆ SLAVICA from Gnjilane; kidnapped in the centre of Gnjilane in the period June 20
     – 23. (Information source: daily Blic of June 24, 1999)
265. KOCIĆ STANISLAV, from the village of Varoš; disappeared from the village in the period
     between June 14 and July 4. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
266. MARKOVIĆ DESIMIR, from the village of Varoš. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5,
     1999)
267. STOLIĆ NEBOJŠA, from the village of Varoš; disappeared from the village in the period
     between June 14 and July 4. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
268. DŢUNGUROVIĆ STANIŠA disappeared from Uroševac in the period between June 14 and July
     4. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
269. DEJANOVIĆ ĈEDA from Srpski Babuš, the Municipality of Uroševac; taken from the village in
     unknown direction on June 19. (Information source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
270. ILIJA (unknown surname), disappeared from the village of Zaskok. (Information source: Peace &
     Tolerance Centre in Priština)
271. MILOSAVLJEVIĆ SLADJAN disappeared from the village of Zaskok. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
272. TASIĆ LJUBINKA and
273. TASIĆ MIODRAG from Uroševac; reportedly taken out of a file of Serbs that headed from
     Uroševac towards Serbia, although Greek KFOR was in the vicinity. (Information source: daily
     Blic of June 20, 1999)
274. DABIĆ MILOSAV and
275. DABIĆ RADMILA from Nerodimlje; disappeared in the period June 14 – 19. (Information
     source: daily Blic of June 20, 1999)
276. STOJKOVIĆ MILAN (born in 1914); disappeared on June 25, 1999.
277. STOJKOVIĆ DARINKA (born in 1921); disappeared from Uroševac, 4 Bore Vukmirovića
     Street, on June 25, 1999.
278. DEJANOVIĆ MILORAD – RADE (born in 1929) from Kaĉanik; disappeared on June 23, 1999,
     and his wife
279. DEJANOVIĆ JELENA (born in 1936) from Old Kaĉanik; disappeared on June 23, 1999.
280. OBRADOVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1947), teacher from Srpski Babuš (grey-haired); disappeared
     in front of his house on June 17, 1999. (Information source: amateur radio operators)
281. PARLIĆ DIMO (born in 1950); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
282. KOTARĈEVIĆ SRETA (born in 1952); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
283. STANKOVIĆ RADOJKO (born in 1936); disappeared on June 26, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
284. STALETOVIĆ BORISLAV (born in 1942); disappeared on June 30, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
285. ZABUNOVIĆ ALEKSANDAR (born in 1931); disappeared on July 15, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
286. ZABUNOVIĆ KRUNA (born in 1931); disappeared on July 15, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)




ŠTRPCE

287. DOGANDŢIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1971) from Štrpce; kidnapped on June 21, 1999 on the road
     Drajkovce-Uroševac. (Information source: amateur radio operators, Dejan, YU1TH)



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288. ANDJELKOVIĆ ŢIVOJIN (born in 1949) from Gotovuša; kidnapped on the road Gotovuša-
     Uroševac-Gnjilane, on July 21, 1999 between 15:00 and 17:00. (Information source: amateur radio
     operators, Dejan, YU1TH)
289. ANDJELKOVIĆ IVAN (born in 1973), Ţivojin’s son from Gotovuša; kidnapped on the road
     Gotovuša-Uroševac-Gnjilane, on July 21, 1999 between 15:00 and 17:00. (Information source:
     amateur radio operators, Dejan, YU1TH)
290. ŢIVKOVIĆ VLASTIMIR (born in 1942) from Gotovuša, worker, married, father of 3;
     kidnapped on the road Gotovuša-Uroševac-Gnjilane, on July 21, 1999 between 15:00 and 17:00.
     (Information source: amateur radio operators, Dejan, YU1TH)
291. REPINOVIĆ MILORAD (born in 1924) from Gotovuša, in retirement, married, father of 3;
     kidnapped on the road Bujanovac-Gnjilane, on September 24, 1999. (Information source: amateur
     radio operators, Dejan, YU1TH)
292. ŢIVKOVIĆ PAUN (born in 1947), teacher (headmaster of the school in Uroševac), married,
     father of 3; kidnapped from the Technical School in Uroševac, under KFOR protection, on
     September 28, 1999 between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. (Information source: amateur radio
     operators, Dejan, YU1TH)
293. STOJANOVIĆ MARKO (born in 1946), teacher, father of 2; kidnapped from the Technical
     School in Uroševac, under KFOR protection, on September 28, 1999 between 9:00 AM and 11:00
     AM, together with Ţivković Paun. (Information source: amateur radio operators, Dejan, YU1TH)




PRIZREN

294. STEVANOVIĆ LJUBISAVKA (born in 1936) from Prizren; disappeared on July 20, 1999.
     (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
295. BURĈIĆ DRAGAN, Yugoslav Army officer; disappeared on June 13/14, between Suva Reka and
     Koriša; he was driving a Mercedes lorry, licence plates PZ 123-017. (Information source: daily
     Blic of June 26, 1999)
296. MARKOVIĆ NOVICA and his brother
297. MARKOVIĆ N. both of them from the village of Muštuište, the Municipality of Suva Reka;
     disappeared end-June. (Information source: daily Blic of July 5, 1999)
298. MARKOVIĆ ZORAN, disappeared near Suva Reka on June 3. (Information source: daily Blic of
     June 23, 1999)
299. BOJIĆ DRAGOLJUB, disappeared near Suva Reka on June 3. (Information source: daily Blic of
     June 23, 1999)
300. NEDELJKOVIĆ LJUBIŠA (born in 1957) and
301. NEDELJKOVIĆ LEPOSAVA (born in 1953) from Suva Reka; residing in 3 Braće Jugovića
     Street; unknown date of disappearance.
302. MILIVOJEVIĆ GORAN (born in 1978) from Sevojno; disappeared on June 23, 1999 together
     with Kovaĉević Dragan.
303. KOVAĈEVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1952) from Zlakuse, near Uţice; disappeared on June 23,
     1999, on the road Kosovska Mitrovica-Prizren, near Zveĉane; were driving a blue Mercedes lorry,
     licence plates UE 166-00, property of the Uţice Dairy Farm located in Sevojno. (Information
     source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
304. RADOJKOVIĆ VELIMIR (born in 1947), from Skoplje, driver of the firm IGM “Skoplje”; four
     armed Albanians driving a black Mercedes without licence plates kidnapped him on July 16,
     around 23:00; according to his colleague Jakimovski Mile, who drove other lorry, that happened
     500m away from the Macedonian border, near the check-point “Djeneral Janković”; Velimir was
     supposed to deliver some building material in Prizren. (Information source: daily Politika of July
     21, 1999)
305. STANKOVIĆ TODOR (born in 1947) and
306. TRAJKOVIĆ DEJAN (born in 1970), drivers from Bujanovac (Serbia); disappeared on June 13,
     1999 in Suva Reka; were driving a Mercedes lorry, licence plates VR 498-19. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
307. TODOROVIĆ MARKO (born in 1952) from Kuršumlija; disappeared on July 21 on the road
     Priština-Prizren; the last time he phoned, he said that was starting the way to Prizren with his lorry
     full of goods. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)




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308. MIRIĆ MLADEN (born in 1949), painter and art historian from Prizren, lived and worked in the
     churchyard of the Church Bogorodica Ljeviška in Prizren; disappeared on his way from Priština
     towards the Monastery of Graĉanica, on the feast of St. Lazar of Kosovo, June 28, 1999.
     (Information source: daily Politika of July 21, 1999)
309. BIJELIĆ (father’s name Višeslav) MIRKO, from Prizren, soldier, a.P.O. 445/13. (Information
     source: daily Blic of July 6, 1999)
310. MARKOVIĆ RADA and
311. MARKOVIĆ STOJADIN, a wedded couple from Prizren; disappeared in the area of Prizren,
     between August 23 and 30, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
312. PIRKOVIĆ SREĆKO (born in 1931); disappeared on June 20, 1999 in Ljubiţda, and
313. PIRKOVIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1937); disappeared on the road Prizren-Brezovica.
     (Information source: daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
314. TOKIĆ VESELIN (aged 71). (Information source: daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
315. ANDJELKOVIĆ STOJAN-STAJKO (aged 47), from the village of Zojić. (Information source:
     daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
316. JOVANOVIĆ DEJAN (Information source: daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
317. ARSIĆ JOVAN (aged 33). (Information source: daily Blic of August 31, 1999)
318. JOVANOVIĆ TOMISLAV (born in 1955), from Gornje Selo near Prizren, employee of Prizren-
     prevoz /transport company/, father of 2; on Monday, November 1, 1999, around 9:30 AM he
     started to work from his house and nothing has been known of him since; wife Cveta reported the
     case.
319. ANTIĆ N. son of Dobrila Antić from Prizren; disappeared in July, after he had come from
     Brezovica to visit his apartment; a Albanian in Prizren is still driving his car. (Information source:
     Church-People's Committee)
320. ŠURDIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1962), employee of Prizren Water Supplies; disappeared on August
     18, 1999, when he jumped from the second floor of his house in flames, nothing has been known
     of him since; his blind mother, maiden name Golubović, whose only son he is, somehow reached
     the Seminary, later on she was transported to Panĉevo where she still is (April 2001). (Information
     source: Nikoleta Fišić, resident of Prizren) - Šurdić Dragan's corpse was found in the beginning of
     2001. (Information source: Prizren resident in the Office of the Diocese of Raška&Prizren, Zmaja
     od Noćaja, Belgrade).
321. ILIĆ ILIJA (born in 1951), employee of Prizren Water Supplies; disappeared on June 14 when
     KLA barged into his house looking for weapons, having not found any weapons, they kidnapped
     Ilija. (Information source: Nikoleta Fišić, resident of Prizren)
322. SIMONOVIĆ NENAD (born in 1954); disappeared on July 16, 1999; disappeared in front of his
     house in Prizren. (Information source: Nikoleta Fišić, resident of Prizren)
323. DJUKANOVIĆ N. - father and
324. DJUKANOVIĆ N. - son (aged 30); kidnapped in front of their house in Prizren. (Information
     source: Nikoleta Fišić, resident of Prizren)
325. PATRONOGIĆ TIHOMIR (aged 84); disappeared in the Post Office in Prizren when he went to
     report a fault with his telephone. (Information source: Nikoleta Fišić, resident of Prizren)
326. RISTIĆ ANDJELKO (?) from the village of Dvorane; disappeared in June 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
327. RISTIĆ JOVANKA (?) from the village of Dvorane; disappeared in June 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
328. RISTIĆ MILENKA (born in 1950); disappeared in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
329. RISTIĆ MIRKO (born in 1948); disappeared on June 11, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
330. JOVANOVIĆ JOVAN (born in 1928), from the village of Lešane; disappeared on June 11, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
331. PETKOVIĆ DESANKA (born in 1941), from the village of Suva Reka; disappeared on June 12,
     1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
332. KARANOVIĆ DUŠKO (born in 1956), from Knjaţevac; disappeared in Suva Reka on June 12,
     1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
333. KARANOVIĆ SNJEŢANA (born in 1965); disappeared in Suva Reka on June 12, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
334. JANIĆEVIĆ STANIMIR (born in 1941), from Gornje Selo; disappeared on June 13, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)




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335. ŢIVANOVIĆ SVETLANA (born in 1955), from the village of Mušutište; disappeared on June
     14, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
336. PANTALON DJORDJE (born in 1969); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
337. VILIĈKOVIĆ BISERKA (born in 1952); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
338. NOVOVIĆ STANKA (born in 1935), from the village of Ljubenić; disappeared on June 16, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
339. CREVAR DUŠAN (born in 1968); disappeared on June 20, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
340. MILENKOVIĆ MOMIR (born in 1947); disappeared on June 28, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
341. JEFTIĆ BUDIMIR (born in 1927); disappeared in the beginning of July 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
342. BLAGOJEVIĆ SREĆKO (born in 1940); disappeared on July 2, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
343. ILIĆ PETAR (born in 1982), from Gornje Selo near Prizren; disappeared on July 9, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
344. DJUKANOVIĆ DRAGOMIR (born in 1927); disappeared on July 12, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
345. DJUKANOVIĆ JOVICA (born in 1955); disappeared on July 12, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
346. STANĈIĆ MILAN (born in 1945); disappeared on July 29, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
347. ZEKOVIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1941); disappeared on July 29, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
348. PATRONOGIĆ TIHOMIR (born in 1915); disappeared on September 1, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
349. OGAREVIĆ BOŢIDAR (born in 1923); disappeared on October 29, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)


                                   DOJNICE - Prizren
350. STEFANOVIĆ MILICA (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
351. STEVANOVIĆ SLAVICA (aged 40), (Information source: Church-People's Committee).
352. STEVANOVIĆ VLASTIMIR (born in 1970); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information
     source: Church-People's Committee)
353. ANTIĆ ĈEDOMIR (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
354. ANTIĆ MARA (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
355. NIKOLIĆ BOŢIDAR (aged 75), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
356. NIKOLIĆ VASILJKA (aged 70); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List and Church-People's Committee)
357. DJEKIĆ DRAGA (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
358. DJEKIĆ SREĆKO (aged 50), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
359. SPASIĆ JEFTA (aged 70); disappeared on June 25, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's
     Committee)
360. SPASIĆ BOSILJKA (aged 70); disappeared on June 24, 1999. (Information source: Church-
     People's Committee)
361. RADIVOJEVIĆ TOMISLAV (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
362. RADIVOJEVIĆ MOMA (aged 70), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
363. STOJKOVIĆ MIRKO (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
364. STOJKOVIĆ ŢIVKA (born in 1929); disappeared on June 27, 1999. (Information source:
     Church-People's Committee)
365. STOJKOVIĆ TRIFUN (aged 90), (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
366. STOJKOVIĆ NATKA (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
367. BOGDAN N., Natka's brother, from the village of Vrbiĉane. (Information source: Church-People's
     Committee)
368. RISTANOVIĆ MOMĈILO (born in 1940); disappeared on June 24, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List). + RISTANOVIĆ MOMĈILO (born in 1940) from the village of Dojnice in


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    Sredaĉka ţupa, near Prizren (residing in Prizren, in Oktobarske revolucije Street); according to the
    Red Cross List, Muhamet Krasnići from Prizren kidnapped Momĉilo on June 17/18, 1999;
    however, this man was later on arrested as a suspect by the UNMIK Police, but they let him from
    detainment due to “the lack of evidence” against him, although Hasiba Lalić testified to have seen
    him in the group of kidnappers in Prizren, the judge in the case was Šaban Beriša and the
    international judge was Tom Hickman; Albanians killed Momĉilo in the summer of 1999, together
    with many other kidnapped Serbs whose corpses, at least 150, were found in the beginning of
    2001 at New Cemetery near Suva Reka; this mass grave was discovered by the Hague Tribunal,
    with the help of UNMIK and KFOR, while they were looking for Albanian victims killed by
    Serbian forces; however, having found the Serbian mass grave, they soon after stopped the
    investigation and buried the remnants at the graveyard in Suva Reka; Germans in Štrpce (where
    the refugees have been located) informed Momiĉilo's wife Slavica and son Saša end-March 2001
    that they had found the corpse, but gave them two opposite pieces of information: that the corpse
    was buried in Suva Reka and that the corpse was buried in the quarters of Tunus in Prizren! The
    family refuses to take over the corpse before the Serbian pathologist Prof. Dr. Slaviša Dobriĉanin
    has performed the autopsy. But neither the Hague Tribunal nor KFOR and UNMIK wanted to
    perform identification immediately, when the corpses were still in one piece, but promised to
    continue identification and include Serbian pathologists end of February. (KFOR marked many
    graves of the corpses found in Kosovo and Metohija only by numbers at the cemetary in Dragodan,
    Priština). (Information source: daily Večernje novosti of March 1 and July 12, 2001).




ORAHOVAC
369. GRKOVIĆ SVETISLAV – SVETA (born in 1933), from Orahovac, head of production in
     plastics production factory “18. novembar”; abducted from his house in Svetosavska Street,
     Orahovac, in the presence of his wife Jela, on June 16, 1999; Albanians claim that his house was
     full of weapons which is the reason why he was abducted. (Information source: Human Rights
     Fund)
370. VITOŠEVIĆ MARKO (born in 1939), from Orahovac; abducted from his house on June 16,
     1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
371. PELEVIĆ RATKO (aged 64); abducted from his house. (Information source: Human Rights
     Fund)
372. DEDIĆ BOBAN (born in 1963), from Orahovac, in retirement; disappeared on his way to the
     apartment on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
373. VITOŠEVIĆ SINIŠA (born in 1959), abducted from his house on June 22, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
374. VITOŠEVIĆ MARKO (born in 1939), from Orahovac; abducted from his house on June 16,
     1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
375. MAJMAREVIC GRADIMIR (born in 1945), from Orahovac; last time seen on June 22, when he
     went with Siniša Vitošević to the farm, beyond the last house in Orahovac, closer to the Serbian
     village of Velika Hoĉa, to feed the cattle. (born in 1939), from Orahovac; abducted from his house
     on June 16, 1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
376. BULIĆ BUDIMIR (born in 1950), from Orahovac, employee of the Social Work Centre;
     abducted from his apartment on June 18. (born in 1939), from Orahovac; abducted from his house
     on June 16, 1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
377. GRKOVIĆ LJUBIŠA (born in 1955), from Orahovac, doorman in the plastics production factory
     “18. novembar”, person with severe mental problems; disappeared on August 1, on the way from
     the family house located in the Serbian part of Orahovac, near the Orthodox church, towards the
     centre of the city; seen for the last time around 16:00 heading from the Serbian part of the town
     into an Albanian street where water well is situated; the cousin who saw Ljubiša supposed that he
     was heading to the centre of the city so as to see what to do with his brothers’ apartments
     (Aleksandar’s apartment and Nebojša’s apartment), since they had to leave their flats on June 16,
     this cousin run after him to make him give up entering that Albanian street, but had to stop on the
     entrance thereto, since that was an exclusively Albanian part of the town, without a single Serb;
     Ljubiša did not come back and nothing has been known of him since. (born in 1939), from
     Orahovac; abducted from his house on June 16, 1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)




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378. JEFTIĆ MILICA (born in 1933), from Orahovac; disappeared on June 27, when she went
     downtown to see her house. (born in 1939), from Orahovac; abducted from his house on June 16,
     1999. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
379. KAŢIĆ SINIŠA (born in 1960), deaf mute; kidnapped on the road in the beginning of August.
     (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
380. PELEVIĆ PEKA from Orahovac. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
381. BEGOVIĆ BLAŢO, refugee from Croatia, residing in Orahovac; disappeared on June 16, 1999.
     (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
382. KRSTIĆ SNEŢANA (aged 30) deaf mute, from Orahovac; disappeared on July 5. (Information
     source: Human Rights Fund)
383. PELEVIĆ CVETKO (born in 1935) from Orahovac; taken from his house on June 16, Albanians
     claim that he was an arsonist which is why he was kidnapped. (Information source: Human Rights
     Fund)ţ
384. MILJKOVIĆ TIHOMIR (born in 1927), in retirement, from Orahovac; abducted from his house
     on June 16, Albanians claim that he had weapons, which is why he was kidnapped. (Information
     source: Human Rights Fund)
385. ŠTRBAC MARICA, refugee, residing in Orahovac; disappeared on June 16, 1999. (Information
     source: Human Rights Fund)
386. VELIMIROVIĆ MIHAJLO (aged 55), refugee from Croatia, residing in Orahovac; kidnapped
     on June 18, after returning from the Serbian part of Orahovac, where he took his mother.
     (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
387. MAVRIĆ MLADJAN (born in 1964) from Velika Hoĉa; disappeared on October 12, 1999 while
     driving to Orahovac.
388. BALJOŠEVIĆ BUDIMIR (born in 1944); disappeared on October 29, 1999.
389. STOLIĆ GORAN (born in 1974); disappeared on October 29, 1999.
390. DEDIĆ NEGOVAN (born in 1967); disappeared on October 29, 1999.
391. MILENKOVIĆ STANIŠA (born in 1953); disappeared on October 29, 1999.
392. MOJĈIĆ ZVEZDAN (born in 1973) from Orahovac; disappeared on October 29, 1999 when
     trying to escape from Kosovo with the help of a Romany Avron Avdoni (who was taking money to
     evacuate Serbs from Orahovac), they were going in the direction of Montenegro, but in the vicinity
     of Djakovica they disappeared, wherefore it is presumed that they were caught by KLA; the case
     was reported to KFOR. (Information source: amateur radio operators – Orahovac)
393. JOSANOVIĆ KRUNISLAV (born in 1937); disappeared on June 11, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
394. SIMIĆ ARSA (born in 1924); disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
395. MITIĆ JOVANKA (born in 1939); disappeared in Mušutište on July 13, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
396. MITIĆ STANISLAV (born in 1933); disappeared on July 13, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
397. JELIĆ MARKO (born in 1968); disappeared on August 9, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
398. LUKIĆ RADIVOJE (born in 1969); disappeared on December 27, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
399. RAŠIĆ MILORAD (born in 1957); disappeared on February 19, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
400. PATRONOGIĆ DUŠAN from Velika Hoĉa; Albanians kidnapped him while at work, in the
     Medical Centre in Orahovac on July 17, 1999. (the case reported by his wife Ţivana Patronogić)




PODUJEVO
401. MILAĈIĆ MIROSLAV from the village of Belovac, near Podujevo; kidnapped in the period
     June 14-24. (Information source: daily Blic of June 24, 1999)
402. MILOVANOVIĆ SMILJKO (aged 42), Yugoslav Army reservist from Blace, the Municipality
     of Kruševac, the Republic of Serbia; as his family found out, Smiljko was arrested by KLA
     members on May 21, around 17:00 in the village of Dobri Do, near Podujevo, on his way to the
     village shop; two other reservists who were together with Smiljko told his family that they were
     heading to buy some drinks and that they came across that group of KLA soldiers, the two of them



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     managed to escape while Smiljko got arrested; after the case had been reported, the commander of
     Smiljko’s unit sent a group of soldiers to the spot to conduct investigation, no trace of violence
     was found. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
403. MILAĈIĆ LJUBIŠA, seen for the last time on the road Podujevo-Priština. (Information source:
     daily Blic of July 6, 1999)




VUCITRN and GOJBULJA
404. KORDIĆ JOVICA, and
405. BALTIĆ SLOBODAN from Vuĉitrn; disappeared from Vuĉitrn in the period between June 14
     and July 4. (Information source: Peace & Tolerance Centre in Priština)
406. JOCIĆ (father’s name Luka) SRDJAN (born in 1969), from the village of Banjska; kidnapped
     on August 21, 1999 travelling from his village towards Vuĉitrn; while he was mending his car that
     had broken down on the main road, some Albanians approached him and seized him, and let his
     mother go. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
407. SAVIĆ (father’s name Pavle) LJUBODRAG (born in 1947), from Gojbulja; disappeared mid-
     June 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
408. MIHAJLOVIĆ (father’s name Nenad) BRANISLAV (born in 1971), from Gojbulja; Albanians
     kidnapped him from his house in Gojbulja, on June 25, 1999; his brother was also kidnapped with
     him
409. MIHAJLOVIĆ (father’s name Nenad) VLADIMIR (born in 1977); kidnapped from the same
     house on June 25, 1999, and together with them
410. MLADENOVIĆ (father’s name Drago) VLADIMIR (born in 1971), from Novo Selo near
     Vuĉitrn; kidnapped on June 25, 1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
411. BALTIĆ SLAVOLJUB from Vuĉitrn; for the last time seen on June 15, around 20:00, near the
     village of Miloševo, close to the city; he was pulled over in the street, in the centre of Vuĉitrn, he
     was handcuffed and he was taken in the direction of Ĉiĉevica mountain. (Information source: daily
     Blic of June 21, 1999)
412. BRAKUS DUŠAN (born in 1927), from the village of Nedakovac, near Vuĉitrn; disappeared on
     June 19, 1999. (Information source: daily Blic of June 21, 1999)
413. VUKMIROVIĆ MILOVAN (born in 1946), from the village of Grace, near Babin Most;
     kidnapped on Saturday, October 9, 1999; seen for the last time while driving his bicycle around
     14:00-15:00, whereupon nothing has been known of him.
414. POPOVIĆ PETAR (born in 1935); disappeared on June 14, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
415. JANAĆKOVIĆ ĆIRILO (born in 1917), from Novo Selo Madjunsko; disappeared on June 15,
     1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)



                                                 PEĆ
416. STANIŠIĆ ZORAN from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
417. DONĈIĆ LUKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
418. DONĈIĆ SLOBODAN from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
419. DONĈIĆ SNEŢA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
420. DRAGOVIĆ DRAGAN from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
421. DRAGOVIĆ DUŠAN from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
422. DRAGOVIĆ MILOSAVKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
423. DRAGOVIĆ PREDRAG (born in 1950), disappeared on June 22, 1999. (Information source: the
     Parish of Peć)
424. DUJAĈIĆ MIŠO from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
425. DJOKIĆ IVAN (born in 1959) from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
426. DJURIĈIĆ VUĈETA (born in 1928), from Belo Polje near Istok. (Information source: the Parish
     of Peć)
427. PEŠIĆ DUŠANKA from Istok. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
428. RADNIĆ RADOVAN from Istok. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)



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429. ROLIĆ VELJKO from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
430. SAVIĆ JOVICA from Peć; abducted on June 19. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
431. SAMARDŢIĆ LUKA from Peć, 57 Kralja Petra Street. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
432. ILIĆ DESA (born in 1945), from Peć, disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: the
     Parish of Peć)
433. ĈUPIĆ BRANKO (born in 1952), Montenegrin from Peć, secretary to the Committee for Driving
     Licence Test Taking; five armed Albanians in black uniforms took him out of his house on June
     24, around 11:30; this group arrived after two Albanians in green uniforms, seemingly without
     guns, introducing themselves as KLA’s supervising group, had visited the Ĉupić family – they
     searched the apartment, took YUD 1300, one wedding ring, two rings and a gold chain, and on
     departure told the Ĉupićs to leave their apartment till 10:00 AM next day; however, two hours later
     the soldiers in black uniforms came and took Branko away, then returned after an hour and gave
     Branko’s wife Mira a message reading “give them gold” and added by somebody else’s hand “and
     Deutsch Marks”, Mira gave them the remaining gold jewellry: necklace, bracelet and earrings,
     they told her to give them money too whereafter they would let Branko go, she had only YUD 90
     which they would not take. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
434. JOCIĆ DUŠAN (born in 1975), from Peć, Yugoslav Army reservist, employee of IGM bauxite
     Klina, student of Advanced School of Economics; KLA soldiers abducted him in the street, in
     front of the Municipality buiding on June 18, 1999, around 9:30, under the pretence of needing
     him to do something for KFOR; there were also:
435. DAŠIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1962) from Peć, in uniform as of the beginning of NATO attacks,
     worked in the Army Administration as distributor of call-ups; disappeared on June 18, 1999; son
     of Novak Pavliĉević, retired teacher, saw KLA soldiers taking them to the printing office
     Dukadjini in which KLA headqarters were located. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
436. DJIKANOVIĆ JOVA from Peć; KLA soldiers abducted him from his apartment on June 25.
     (Information source: Serbia Info, news of June 27, 1999)
437. DJOKIĆ MIODRAG from Peć; disappeared in the period June 19-23; seen for the last time with
     Krstić Maksim, about whom nothing has been known as well. (Information source: Human Rights
     Fund)
438. KRSTIĆ MAKSIM (born in 1954), from Peć; kidnapped on June 19. (Information source:
     Human Rights Fund)
439. DJURIĈIĆ MILIVOJE (born in 1937), lawyer from Peć, member of the Crisis Centre during
     NATO bombardment; disappeared on June 19, the same as
440. PETROVIĆ RADONJA (born in 1935), from Peć, in retirement; on June 19, around 08:00 AM
     he met with Milivoje Djuriĉić, lawyer, in the town, they were seen in front of the junk food shop
     “Has Mas”, actually, Radonja’s son Ţeljko saw his father together with Djuriĉić Milivoje and
     Savić Jovica and Radonja told his son they were going to see the lawyer’s apartment, since
     somebody had broken into it; the said apartment is located in the vicinity of Beopetrol gas station
     which KLA rearranged into its checking-point, and when the priest of the Patriarchate of Peć was
     arrested at that KLA checking-point on June 19 (and set free the same day), there he saw Milivoje
     Djuriĉić and Radonja Petrović, he saw the two of them for the last time in “white Romany house”
     near the gas station where he was taken for questioning, according to his testimony, he saw they
     were tortured and molested. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
441. GRUJIĆ BRANKO (born in 1936), from Peć, in retirement; arrested in Peć, on KLA’s checking-
     point (right across Beopetrol gas station) on June 18, when he came to the check-point to look for
     his nephew Milorad Grujić who had been taken away by a couple of armed Albanians; his wife
     Mitra and a priest from the Patriarchate of Peć saw him for the last time at that checking-point,
     they were also present when KLA soldiers took his car (Fiat 132, licence plates PC 36-00) and
     allegedly took him to KLA police so as to give statement in connection with Milorad Grujić;
     nothing has been known of him since. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
442. GRUJIĆ MILORAD (born in 1957) from Peć, driver in a transport firm “Kosovotrans”;
     uniformed Albanians arrested him on June 18, 1999 around 10:00 AM when he was going out of
     his apartment near the primary school “Ramiz Sadiku”. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
443. DAŠIĆ DUŠAN from the village of Rudica. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
444. DAŠIĆ JOVANKA from the village of Rudica. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
445. JAŠOVIĆ ALEKSANDAR (born in 1936), economist from Peć; seen for the last time in Peć on
     June 20. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
446. JEVRIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1939), from Peć; seen for the last time on June 19 in the morning.
447. JOVANOVIĆ MIRA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
448. JOVANOVIĆ RANKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)



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449. JOVANOVIĆ RANKO from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
450. KARAĆ MILUTIN (born in 1946); disappeared in Peć, on June 15, 1999. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre)
451. KAZAĆ MILUTIN (aged 43), Serb from Peć; disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information
     source: Human Rights Fund)
452. LALIĆ LJUBO (aged 60), from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
453. LALIĆ MIROSLAVA (aged 80), from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of
     Peć)
454. ŠUTIĆ VUĈKO (born in 1931), from the village of Štupelj; disappeared on June 26, 1999.
     (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
455. ŠUTIĆ DESANKA from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
456. ŠUTIĆ ŢIVKO from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
457. ŠUTIĆ MILICA from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
458. ŠUTIĆ SVETO from the village of Štupelj. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
459. LALIĆ SPASOJE (born in 1950) from Peć, employee of tobacco production factory, owner of a
     little store; uniformed Albanians arrested him in Peć on June 18, in the presence of his wife Mira.
     (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
460. LALOVIĆ DARA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
461. LJUŠIĆ STANOJE (born in 1936), from Istok, in retirement; his neighbour Drago Djurić was the
     last one to see him on July 1, nothing has been known of him since. (Information source: Human
     Rights Fund)
462. LJUŠIĆ CENKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
463. MARTINOVIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1924) from Peć; kidnapped in front of his own house on
     June 24. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
464. MARTINOVIĆ ZORKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
465. MEMAROVIĆ DJORDJE from Belo Polje near Istok. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
466. MILOSAVLJEVIĆ LJUBOMIRKA – LJUPKA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of
     Peć)
467. MILOSAVLJEVIĆ VLADIMIR from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
468. MIJATOVIĆ ZORAN (aged 20) from Raška, Yugoslav Army soldier, a. P. O. 8365/18 serving
     in Peć; disappeared during the Yugoslav Army retreat from Kosovska Mitrovica before June 15.
     (Information source: daily Blic of June 21, 1999)
469. NEDELJKOVIĆ VLASTA from Istok. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
470. NEDELJKOVIĆ RANKO from Istok. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
471. STOJKOVIĆ DJURKA from Ţaĉ, wife of the killed Radonja Stojković. (Information source: the
     Parish of Peć)
472. NOVAKOVIĆ MILORAD from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
473. RADEVIĆ BOGDAN (born in 1936), disappeared on June 24, 1999.
474. RADEVIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1947), disappeared on June 25, 1999.
475. RADEVIĆ BRANKO and
476. RADEVIĆ N. Branko's wife, disappeared in Peć. (Information source: daily Blic of June 21,
     1999)
477. ŠKEMBAROVIĆ MIODRAG from Peć; disappeared in the night between June 21 and 22.
     (Information source: daily Blic of June 23, 1999)
478. ŠOŠKIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1955), disappeared in Peć on June 19, 1999. (Information source:
     Peace & Tolerance Centre)
479. TOŠKOVIĆ DJORDJE (born in 1924), Serb, civilian from Peć, gynecologist in retirement, had a
     house in Kapešnica, during NATO bombardment lived in his cousins' apartment in Ive Lole Ribara
     Street, since they had left Peć a year before; on June 20 he went to check up on his house in
     Kapešnica and disappeared. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
480. VULEVIĆ VLADO (born in 1938), Serb from the village of Zahać in the Municipality of Peć; an
     Albanian from the same village protected him, but, a group of KLA soldiers required from that
     Albanian to hand Vlada over to them, he refused to do it and the armed Albanians took both of
     them away - Vlada and his Albanian brother, the next day the Albanian was set free, Vlada's
     destiny is unknown. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
481. BOGIĆEVIĆ (father's name Gligorije) DUŠAN (born in 1931) from Dobri Do near Peć, lived
     there; on June 21 he was in Goraţdevac and Peć, after which he disappeared; according to the
     testimony of Tahir Kastrati from Peć he was arested near the Leather & Shoe Factory in Peć.
     (Information source: Church-People's Committee)




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482. BOGIĆEVIĆ MILIĆ from the village of Drenovac, the Municipality of Peć. (Information source:
     the Parish of Peć)
483. VUKĈEVIĆ (father's name Mile) SPASA from 210 B. Vukmirovića Street, born on November
     27, 1927 in Sutjeska near Andrijevica. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
484. VULIĆ ACO from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
485. VULIĆ MIŠKO from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
486. VULIĆ TACA from Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
487. STANKOVIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1954) from Peć; abducted on June 23. (Information source:
     the Parish of Peć)
488. GOJKOVIĆ RADOTA (born in 1929), 37 Landovaĉka Street, Peć; disappeared in the beginning
     of June. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
489. GOLUBOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1963), car-body mechanic; abducted on June 26, 1999, near
     Roman-Catholic Church in Peć. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
490. GRUJIĆ BRANKO from Peć, 9 Nikole Tesle Street; kidnapped near the old hospital, at the
     plateau of INA gas station on June 18. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
491. JOĈIĆ DUŠAN from Peć; abducted on June 18. (Information source: the Parish of Peć)
492. KARAĆ MILUTIN from Peć; abducted on June 19. (Information source: daily Blic of July 6,
     1999)
493. LAZOVIĆ PERO from Peć. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
494. POPOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1960), from Pećka Banja; disappeared from the village of Dvorane
     in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
495. KORAĆ MILKA (born in 1934), from the village of Zać; disappeared on June 12, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
496. VULIĆ MIODRAG (born in 1959), from Istok; disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
497. VULIĆ RADOJE (born in 1928); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
498. VULIĆ STANICA (born in 1940); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
499. VULEVIĆ BRANISLAV (born in 1937), from Glaviĉica; disappeared on June 13, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
500. ĆIRKOVIĆ VASILJKA (born in 1920); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
501. VUKOVIĆ MILIVOJE (born in 1938); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
502. ZOGOVIĆ RADENKO (born in 1953); disappeared on June 16, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
503. RADMIĆ RADOVAN (born in 1955); disappeared on June 16, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
504. NOVOVIĆ CVETKO (born in 1924) from the village of Nabrdje; disappeared on June 16, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
505. DJURIĆ LJUBOMIRKA (born in 1937); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
506. NOVOVIĆ GORAN (born in 1965); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
507. PETKOVIĆ DRAGAN (born in 1957); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
508. PETKOVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1953); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
509. JANKOVIĆ NEBOJŠA (born in 1962); disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
510. SAVIĆ JOVAN (born in 1948); disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
511. NOVIĆEVIĆ MILORAD (born in 1940); disappeared on June 21, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
512. JERINIĆ MILIVOJE (born in 1928); disappeared on June 27, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
513. SENIĆ VASILIJE (born in 1936); disappeared on June 27, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)




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514. PEROVIĆ ŢARKO (born in 1945); disappeared on June 27, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
515. MIKULIĆ RADE (born in 1930); disappeared on June 28, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
516. PEJOVIĆ SAVKA (born in 1922); disappeared in the beginning of July, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
517. VUJISIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1942); disappeared on July 15, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
518. STEVIĆ SMILJANA (born in 1929); disappeared on July 20, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)


                                             KLINA
519. JOVANOVIĆ BOŢANA (born in 1927); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
520. JOVANOVIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1953); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
521. PAVLOVIĆ BORIVOJE from Klina. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
522. PAVLOVIĆ MILOVAN (born in 1936); disappeared on July 15, 1999 and his son
523. PAVLOVIĆ RADOŠ (born in 1961) from Niš; kidnapped in the night July 15/16 after 01:00 AM
     from the bridge in Klina, they were transporting vacuum cleaners from Cetinje over Roţaje to
     Priština in a lorry owned by a transporter from Niš - Jovan Randjelović (green Mercedes, licence
     plates NI 182-19), the goods were transported for an Albanian Nuri from Priština who was
     escorting the lorry and who with this transporter from Niš has been cooperating for more than 10
     years (Nuri's celllular phone number is 063/424 533), at the moment of kidnapping Nuri was
     talking with Radoš's wife on the phone. (Information source: Radoš's wife - Jasmina Pavlović from
     Niš)
524. PEJĈINOVIĆ SLOBODAN (born in 1980), from Peć, 3 Limska Street. (Information source:
     Church-People's Committee)
525. DONĈIĆ ILIJA (born in 1964); disappeared on August 23, 1999, and his mother
526. DONĈIĆ MILENA (born in 1937) from the village of Biĉ, near Klina; disappeared on August 23,
     1999. (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
527. OMERAGIĆ LIDIJA (born in 1952), disappeared from her apartment inKlina on June 30, 1999,
     worked as teacher in the kindergarten "Pĉelica Maja"; her husband reported the case on May 30,
     2000.
528. LALIĆ JELENA (born in 1938); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
529. LALIĆ VOJISLAV (born in 1935); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
530. PEŠIĆ ŢIVKO (born in 1923); disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
531. STEVANOVIĆ DRAGICA (born in 1936); disappeared on June 26, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
532. STEVANOVIĆ STANOJE (born in 1930); disappeared on June 26, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
533. MIKIĆ N. and his wife
534. MIKIĆ N. mother and father in law of G. Marković, cashier of the Diocese of Prizren, lived in
     their house in the centre of Klina; disappeared in June 1999, their house set on fire; rumours say
     that they were abducted by their Albanian neighbour, but they were not found either with the help
     of Red Cross.


                                        DJAKOVICA

535. CONOVIĆ SRETEN (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
536. JANJIĆ SLOBO from Ponoševac near Djakovica. (Information source: Church-People's
     Committee)




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537. FOLIĆ VELJKO (born in 1949), from Djakovica, driver in the transport firm "Lasta"; had taken
     refuge in Belgrade with his family before KFOR's arrival, on June 16 arrived to Peć via
     Montenegro with the intention to take his mother in Djakovica, slept for 2 nights in the
     Patriarchate of Peć, on June 19 in the morning went to Djakovica and nothing has been known of
     him since. (Information source: Human Rights Fund)
538. PETROVIĆ MIĆA (born in 1937); disappeared on July 8, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List) and
539. PETROVIĆ RADMILA (born in 1938) from Djakovica, parents of a police inspector, took from
     their apartment in Ali Keljmendi Street in Djakovica on July 8, 1999.
540. RADOVANOVIĆ MILORAD and his wife
541. RADOVANOVIĆ ZORKA from the village of Osek Hilja, the Municipality of Djakovica;
     disappeared in the night of July 1. (Information source: daily Blic of July 17, 1999)
542. RAKIĆ RADOVAN from Djakovica; disappeared on July 7. (Information source: daily Blic of
     July 17, 1999)
543. DEDIĆ MARJAN (born in 1955) from Djakovica; disappeared on June 18, 1999. (Information
     source: Church-People's Committee)
544. STALETOVIĆ MARICA from Djakovica; (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
545. STALETOVIĆ MILAN from Djakovica; (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
546. Unknown person (Information source: Church-People's Committee)
547. MARINKOVIĆ GORAN (born in 1972), from Slivovo; disappeared from the village of Labljane
     on June 19, 1999 while driving in a blue lorry with licence plates PA 863-54 and trailor PA 19-24.
548. MILJKOVIĆ PREDRAG (born in 1961) from Smederevo; disappeared together with
     Marinković Goran, driver of the above mentioned lorry.
549. PAVIĆ ŢIVOJIN (born in 1951); disappeared with the two above mentioned men in the village
     of Labljane; KFOR has found out the names of the kidnappers: Raif Mustafi and his three sons -
     Azem, Tefik and Faik, then Enver Avdulji and his two brothers - Skender and Gazmend, Mustafi
     Abazi and his brothers Enver and Murtez and Raif Mustafi's nephew. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
550. KRSTIĆ MILIVOJE (?); disappeared in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
551. KRSTIĆ VILKA (?);disappeared in June 1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
552. GAGOVIĆ RADE (born in 1955); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
553. PETKOVIĆ ŢIVKO (born in 1938); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
554. LAZAREVIĆ JOVAN (born in 1912); disappeared in Djakovica on June 14, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
555. LAZAREVIĆ LJUBICA (born in 1924); disappeared in Djakovica on June 14, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
556. JOVANOVIĆ ILIJA (born in 1928); disappeared in Djakovica on June 7, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
557. GAGOVIĆ RADE (born in 1955); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
558. PETKOVIĆ ŢIVKO (born in 1938); disappeared on June 12, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
559. STOJANOVIĆ MILOŠ (born in 1926), from the village of Trešnjevo; disappeared on June 12,
     1999. (Information source: Red Cross List)
560. LAZAREVIĆ JOVAN (born in 1912); disappeared in Djakovica on June 14, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
561. LAZAREVIĆ LJUBICA (born in 1924); disappeared in Djakovica on June 14, 1999.
     (Information source: Red Cross List)
562. PAVLOVIĆ BORA (born in 1927) from Deĉani; disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information
     source: Red Cross List)
563. KOSTIĆ MARKO (born in 1940); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
564. SOBA VIDOSAVA (born in 1930); disappeared on June 15, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
565. VUKAŠOVIĆ RATKO (born in 1935); disappeared on June 17, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
566. IĆEVIĆ MILKA (born in 1926); disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)



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567. ŠĆEPANOVIĆ STANKA (born in 1930); disappeared on June 19, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
568. PETROVIĆ SLOBODAN (born in 1965); disappeared on June 20, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
569. ANTONIJEVIĆ ZORAN (born in 1967); disappeared on June 23, 1999. (Information source:
     Red Cross List)
570. VEKIĆ MILICA (born in 1940); disappeared on July 1, 1999. (Information source: Red Cross
     List)
571. PETRIĆEVIĆ DRAGICA (born in 1926); disappeared on July 5, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)
          Unknown place of disappearance
572. MEDENICA BRANKO (born in 1942); disappeared on July 26, 1999. (Information source: Red
     Cross List)

The list of 572 kidnapped Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija has not been either complete or finished,
since other lists quote the number of 1300 kidnapped Serbs (Simo Spasić, coordinator of the
Association of Families of Kidnapped and Missing Persons from Kosovo and Metohija, daily
Politika of February 1, 2003)




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