Kosovo President Hashim Thaci resigned from office to face war crimes charges during Kosovo’s 1998-1999 independence war against Serbia. He said his resignation would “defend the integrity of the state” while on trial. A special prosecutor accused Mr. Thaci and others of being “criminally responsible” for 100 murders during the war and are now being held in detention in The Hague. This brings hope for thousands of victims who have waited for more than two decades about the horrific crime.
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