Template:Merge Incomplete list of massacres by Yugoslav forces in the Kosovo War, listed chronologically:
- February 28, 1998, Likoshane massacre — Serbian special police murdered several members of Ahmeti family.
- February 28 and March 1, 1998, Cirez massacre — Serbian special police murdered several members of Sejdiu family.
- May 25, 1998, Ljubenic massacre — Serbian forces extrajudicially executed at least eight men.
- September 26, 1998, Golubovac massacre - Serbian forces summarily killed thirteen men who were detained at a compound in the village of Golubovac.
- January 29, 1999, Rogovo massacre — Serbian police forces killed 24 Albanians, supposedly KLA members.
- March 25, 1999, Bela Crkva massacre — Serbian forces executed more than 60 ethnic Albanians in Bela Crkva, including twenty members of the Popaj family and twenty-five members of the Zhuniqi family.
- March 31, 1999, Ljubižda massacre — security forces reportedly executed 14 Kosovo civilians in the village of Ljubiñda, northwest of Prizren.
- March 31, 1999, Pusto Selo massacre — Serbian security forces, including paramilitaries, summarily executed 106 six ethnic Albanian men in Pusto Selo (Pastasel), a village near Orahovac.
- April 5, 1999, Rezala massacre — Serbian forces entered Albanian village and gunned down villagers.
- April 17, 1999, Poklek massacre — Serbian special police forced at least 47 people into one room and systematically gunned down. 23 children under the age of fifteen died in the attack.
- April 17, 1999, Ćikatovo massacre — Serbian forces killed twenty-four men from the Morina family.
- May 14, 1999, Cuska massacre — Serbian police and paramilitary gathered villagers into 3 houses, gunned them down with automatic weapons and burn them. 41 known victims.
- May 22, 1999, Dubrava Prison massacre — Serbian prison guards killed more than 70 Albanian prisoners.
Incomplete list of massacres by KLA:
- 14 December 1998, Panda Bar incident - unidentified gunmen attacked Panda Bar caffe in Peć. 6 teenagers were killed and 15 people wounded. The killing of six young Serbs in an attack on the Panda coffee in Peć was considered to be in revenge for the killing of 30 KLA members few days earlier.
- September 1998, Lake Radonjic - the Serbian police collected 34 bodies of people believed to have been seized and murdered by the KLA, among them some ethnic Albanians, at Lake Radonjic near Glodjane (Gllogjan)
- 1999 - 2000, In 2008, Carla Del Ponte published a book in which she alleged that, after the end of the war in 1999, Kosovo Albanians were smuggling organs of between 100 and 300 Serbs and other minorities from the province to Albania. The ICTY and the Serbian War Crimes Tribunal are currently investigating these allegations, as numerous witnesses and new materials have recently emerged.
- Natasa Kandic, The disturbing truth
- Drenica Region Massacres (Feb-March 1998)
- Milosevic trial
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- A Week of Terror in Drenica: Humanitarian Law Violations in Kosovo
- Serb Police Kill 24 Albanians in Kosovo
- Kosovo/Kosova: As Seen, As Told, "Part V: The Municipalities - Rogovo", OSCE, 1999
- New killings in Kosovo
- Milosevic Indictment
- Kosovo War Crimes Chronology
- Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Kosovo): After tragedy, justice?
- Human Right Watch: Orahovac (Rrahovec) Municipality
- Human Right Watch: Drenica Region
- Qyshk victims
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- Human Rights Watch report
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- The Kosovo Cover-Up
- Kosovo massacre trial
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