B92, May 28, 2004
Serb shot in northern Kosovo
ZUBIN POTOK -- A Serb engineer from the village of Gornji Stimac in northern Kosovo was seriously wounded this morning by automatic rifle fire from a neighbouring village with a predominantly Albanian population.
Locals say that Blagoje Orlovic was wounded in the early hours of the morning and transferred to a hospital in Kosovska Mitrovica for surgery.
It’s not the first time, they say, for Orlovic who was wounded in a similar attack two years ago. In the meantime, they add, Albanians have stolen a tractor and dozens of heads of cattle from their village.
They claim the raids have been stepped up since Danish KFOR troops withdrew their checkpoint in the village.