Fighting along Kosova-Albania border belt extends/Foto Gazeta DIELLI – Behlul Jashari: Guri i rrënuar i thyerjes së kufirit ndërshqiptar në Betejën e Koshares në prill 1999, nga Ushtria Çlirimtare e Kosovës, në luftën për liri e pavarësi, për dëbimin e forcave okupuese serbe. Pamje gjatë shfaqjes së një filmi dokumentar në Shtëpinë e Pavarësisë Dr. Ibrahim Rugova në Prishtinë, në 21 janar 2016./
Kosovë-Lufta në lajme: Para 18 viteve, te kufiri me Shqiperinë/
Para 18 viteve, në lajmet nga lufta në Kosovë, korrespondenti tash i Gazetës Dielli, Behlul Jashari, raportonte për lufime në brezin kufitar me Shqipërinë, në rajonin e Gjakovës, etj. Në 8 korrik 1998 raportonte për 6 shqiptarë të vrarë nga forcat serbe…/
 Fighting along Kosova-Albania border belt extends/
PRISHTINE, July 7/ATA correspondent in Prishtine Behlul Jashari reports:”Fighting along the Kosova-Albania border belt has also extended to the region of Has, where the Serbian military and police forces on Monday attacked the villages of Goden, Zylfaj and Prush.
Yugoslav army forces, backed by heavy armaments, moved today from Prizren in the direction of the major border villages, Zhur and Dragosh, blocking the roads.
Border belt villages, Smolice, Stubell, Berjah, Morine, Nec and other villages in the suburbs of Gjakove and Decan, as well as in other regions in Dukagjin and Drenice, have been under the fire of war and shelling by the Serbian heavy artillery overnight and today.
Sources from the spot say that the Albanian resistance forces, headed by the Kosova Liberation Army (KLA), are resolutely resisting the barbarous attacks of the Serbian aggressive forces, which are suffering new victims and losses in military equipment.
Movements of numerous Serbian forces were reported in the city of Gjakova overnight while today they have blocked all movements in and out from the village of Bishtazhin. /das/lm/
Albanian Telegraphic Agency
 Six Albanians killed by Serbian forces
PRISHTINE, July 8 /ATA correspondent Behlul Jashari reports:
At least six Albanians have been killed by the Serbian forces in Kosova. According to sources of the Council for the Defence of Human Rights in Gjakova the corpses of five Albanians killed in the conflict zones on the Kosova-Albania border were sent to the morgue of the hospital today by the Serbian forces.
Bombardments by the Yugoslav army on the villages of Nec, Ramoc, Smolice and other villages continued overnight and today.
Other sources say that another Albanian was killed today by Serbian snipers, while he was selling newspapers in Suhareke, whose suburbs are also engulfed by war. /p.ta/lm/