A Kosovo Albanian man sits next to the Albanian and Kosovo flags displayed in Pristina on February 16, 2018. Kosovo marks the 10th anniversary of its independence from Serbia on February 17. / AFP / Armend NIMANI
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The chief prosecutor of the court examining war crimes against ethnic Serbs in Kosovo in the late 1990s will step down next month, which experts said Friday will delay efforts to indict the first suspects.Chief prosecutor David Schwendiman said he would step down on March 31 as prosecutor of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers in The Hague because his three-year term as a U.S. State Department foreign service official cannot be renewed.The court is handling cases of alleged crimes by Kosovo Liberation Army guerrillas between 1998 and 2000 that were not dealt with by the U.N. Yugoslavia tribunal, which closed in December.
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