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Shaina, here is a suggestion for your next post:U.N. investigators found no substantial evidence to support claims that ethnic Albanian guerrillas killed dozens of Serbs in Kosovo and sold their organs, a court spokeswoman said Wednesday.Investigators visited northern Albania after U.N. officials in Kosovo passed on allegations of organ trafficking to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in 2002 and 2003, said Olga Karvan, a spokeswoman for the court's prosecutors."We followed the allegations and ... no substantial evidence (was found) to substantiate the allegations," Karvan said, without elaborating.
I'm sceptical, but I'd be surprised if Human Rights Watch would have gone out on a limb like that without some sort of evidence being available.
Well, they find evidence in del Ponte's allegations. But the UN Court says they already investigated the issue and there is no hard core proof to substantiate "organ" allegations.
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