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A Serbian court has for the first time ordered the state to pay compensation to families of Kosovo war crime victims, killed by a special police unit in 1990s war.Five Serb police officers, all members of a special unit called the "Scorpions," were jailed to up to 20 years for killing 14 ethnic Albanian civilians, including women and children, and injuring five others in the northern Kosovo town of Podujevo on March 28, 1999 .Following the 1998-1999 war in Kosovo, that claimed 13,000 lives, mostly ethnic Albanians, the breakaway Serbia's southern province of Kosovo was put under UN administration.
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