30 March 2009

Explosion blows up Kosovo Serb house
Mar 27, 2009
An explosion went off in the house owned by an ethnic Kosovo Serb woman in which she was not killed but her home suffered substantial damage.

House of Dobrila Aksic was blown up early in the morning in the village of Donja Budriga near city of Gnjilane.

Municipality president Predrag Stojkovic confirmed that her house was bombed in early morning hours and that the ethnic Albanian dominated Kosovo Police Service is investigating.

“Dobrila Aksic lives alone in the house that isolated at the entrance of the village in the direction of the Albanian village called Zegra. Fortunately, no one was injured during the explosion, but the old woman is traumatized and damage to her house was made,” said Stojkovic.

Spokesman for the ethnic Albanian separatist police, Arber Beka, said that the explosion occurred around 3 a.m. on Friday morning.

Dobrila Aksic was likely asleep.

Beka said that criminal unit is investigating.

Police has no evidence of the type of explosive used nor does it have any suspects or a motive.

March 27, 2009

Tags: Kosovo