Human Casualties in the War and Immediate Post war
Period in Kosovo

Each human casualty is tragic but comparing the figures might help us
see better what was Kosovo war fought for and what was its true impact

2,108 Bodies found in 1999 season of forensic investigation

420 Albanians killed since Kfor/KLA occupation began (Kfor number June 99 through March 00; 400 murdered)

1041 Non-Albanians killed since Kfor/KLA occupation began (number cited in http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/news/pages/sti/2000/09/03/stifgneur02004.html)

680 Bodies found in 2000 season of forensic investigation

4,249 Total Victims

2.67% less percentage applied those who died natural deaths ( from Spanish )

4,135 Sub-Total Died as result of War

2.67% less percentage applied those who were Yugoslav soldiers 111 Yugslav Soldiers (est)

4,025 Sub-Total excluding Yugoslav soldiers

875 less estimated KLA KIA'd ( high figure is 1,500 low figure is 250)

3,150 Sub-Total Non-Combatants

2,467 Killed by NATO/KLA (breakdown below)

22 Klecka KLA possibly under Agim Ceku (cited as part of 2000 investigation in http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/news/pages/sti/2000/09/03/stifgneur02004.html)

34 Glodjane KLA possibly under Ramush (cited as part of 2000 investigation in http://www.sunday- times.co.uk/news/pages/sti/2000/09/03/stifgneur02004.html)

50 Orahovac (cited as part of 2000 investigation in http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/news/pages/sti/2000/09/03/stifgneur02004.html)

68 Markovac KLA under Commander Remi ( cited as part of Remi's forced expulsion of 160,000 civilians on BBC program and in J. Steele Guardian article July 1999)

97 Istok ( Died as a result of 3 days of NATO bombing, Spanish Interview )

39 Kacanik (Albanian loyalists killed by 162nd UCK brigade in mid March; before bombing)

45 Kotlina (Albanian loyalists killed by 162nd UCK brigade before bombing)

70 Velika Kusa ( out of 74 found )

30 Djakovica ( loyalist town, heavily bombed by NATO under KLA direction)

10 Ljubenic ( mixed Albanian-Roma loyalist village)

30 Pec ( out of 65 found, 15 before bombing, mostly wealthly anti-UCK killed, possibly under Ramush'es or Drini's orders)

7 Kosovo Polje ( mixed population loyalist town)

20 Pec bus (Albanians killed by NATO bombs at crossroad)

75 Bedded down for the night

84 Korisa Convoy

5 Pristina (T. Watson witnessed a number of Albanians killed by bombs)

140 Dragoban Cemetary (Non-Albanian)

166 Dragoban Cemetary (Albanians)

4 Rugova (4 hijacked by UCK, 20 additional UCK fighters KIA'd when KLA dropped grenade in hijacked van)

4 Decani (4 members of loyalist militia)

5 Gologovac (killed by UCK in Jan/Feb)

1 Suad Qorraj(allegedly by Ramush in June 1999) Sunday Observer, Sept 10, 2000, by Nick Wood "US 'covered up' for Kosovo Ally" )

420 Albanians killed since Kfor/KLA occupation began (Kfor number June 99 through March 00; 400 murdered)

1041 Non-Albanians killed since Kfor/KLA occupation began (number cited in http://www.sunday-times.co.uk/news/pages/sti/2000/09/03/stifgneur02004.html)

683 Sub-Total Potential victims of Yugoslav or NATO/KLA forces

78% Percent of Non-Combatants killed by NATO/KLA action

22% Percent of Non-Combatants killed either by NATO/KLA or by Yugoslav forces

See more:

NEW HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH REPORT
Civilian Deaths in the NATO Air Campaign
NEW FIGURES ON CIVILIAN DEATHS IN KOSOVO WAR
(Washington, February 7, 2000) -- About five hundred civilians died in
ninety separate incidents as a result of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia last
year, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.

NATO BOMBING OF SERBIA
Crimes against humanity justified as a humanitarian operation