Thursday, May 13, 1999 Published at 22:37 GMT 23:37 UK
Refugees recount fresh atrocities
Massacre: A wounded refugee describes alleged atrocities
Refugees fleeing from Kosovo have brought with them graphic accounts of more atrocities allegedly committed by Serb troops.
Others say that Serb doctors took blood from men who were then massacred and their bodies burned.
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Spokesman Andre Lommen told the BBC what allegedly happened.
"Serb forces...basically went from tractor to tractor to tractor demanding money from people, beating a couple of people up," he said.
"Those who didn't have money in several cases got executed right at the spot."
A Kosovo Albanian man who said he survived that massacre despite being shot through the leg told how his relatives were murdered.
"They took my brother off the tractor and shot him dead, then they shot my uncle too," he said.
Another man recounted an earlier reported atrocity in which blood was forcefully taken from a group of Kosovo Alabanians.
"The men began staggering around because they were so weak when the blood was taken from them, then they were rounded up into a group and shot with machine guns."
He said the Serbs then poured petrol over the bodies and set fire to them.
And the UK Foreign Office has already named high-ranking officials that are believed to be guilty of war crimes.
These include Yugloslav President Slobodan Milosevic, Interior Minister Vlajko Stojilkovic and Major General Circic, head of the Serbian secret service (RDB).
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