Abducted Kosovo Serb Escapes

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Aug 30 (Tanjug) - Goran Grujicic, a Serb resident of the Dren village in the Zubin Potok municipality in Kosovo-Metohija, was abducted early Wednesday by armed and masked men wearing uniforms with Albanian National Army insignia.

Grujicic was intercepted by three vehicles and dragged out of his car to a house in the Zac village, but managed to escape into the woods through a window, the Serb National Council of northern Kosovo (SNV) said in a release.

Grujicic managed to contact his relatives by mobile phone to get help.

I hope he doesn’t get in trouble with the international authorities for escaping.

And I missed this one from June:

One of Pristina’s Last Remaining Serbs, aged 73, Beaten up by Neighbor, 18

Vukosava Ivanovic, who lives in the huts behind the stadium in the center of Pristina, was beaten up shortly after 5 p.m. in front of the door of her residence. Neighbor Zivka Lukic says that Vukosava was hurt, and that this was done by their neighbor, an 18 year-old young man, who hit Vukosava in the head and thus broke her nose. Zivka immediately reported the incident to the Kosovo Police Service.

“A young man, a neighbor, hit Vukosava in the nose several times. I called the police, they came and called the ambulance which took her to the hospital. There was blood all over the place,” said Lukic.

Kosovo Police Service regional spokesman Veton Elshani confirmed that the incident occurred.

“Vukosava Ivanovic, born in 1933, was beaten up today at about 5:00 p.m. Her nose was broken but she is not in life-threatening danger. The suspect in this attack is an eighteen year-old young man, Vukosava’s neighbor…The motive for the attack is presently not known,” said Elshani.