Saturday, August 29, 1998 Published at 17:34 GMT 18:34 UK
Serbs highlight 'KLA atrocity'
Journalists were shown what the Serbs said was a makeshift crematorium
Serb forces have shown journalists charred remnants of bodies, said to be civilians killed by the Kosovo Liberation Army. Nenad Sebek reports from Belgrade
The police are saying 22 Serb civilians were killed in the village of Klecka in July.
The police took the village after heavy fighting on Thursday night and have quickly given access to television crews and foreign correspondents.
In front of journalists, the state prosecutor interviewed two ethnic Albanians who admitted to being members of the Kosovo Liberation Army and to taking part in the killings.
The reporters were not allowed to speak independently to the prisoners. Bullet scars were found on trees behind the place where the shooting is said to have taken place.
One-hundred-and-seventy-three Serbs have disappeared this year in Kosovo; they are presumed to be held prisoners by the Kosovo Liberation Army.
The police have shown a large quantity of ammunition and weapons, saying they were seized in Klecka.
Elsewhere in Kosovo, the police said it killed seven members of the Kosovo Liberation Army in the village of Donja Susica on Saturday morning and the UN refugee agency says it has reports of at least 17 ethnic Albanians being killed by the police in the region of Malisevo over the past few days.