Incomplete list of massacres by Yugoslav forces in the Kosovo War, listed chronologically:
February 28, 1998, Likoshane Massacre — Yugoslav Special Police murdered 14 members of the Ahmeti family.
February 28 and March 1, 1998, Cirez Massacre — Yugoslav Paramilitaries executed several members of the Sejdiu family.
May 25, 1998, Ljubenic Massacre — Police Officers extrajudicially executed at least eight men suspected of being KLA insurgents.
September 26, 1998, Golubovac Massacre - Yugoslav Paramilitaries summarily killed thirteen men who were under the suspicion of being KLA insurgents. The men were detained at a compound in the village of Golubovac.
September 28, 1999, Gornje Obrinje Massacre - After 15 Yugoslav Soldiers were killed the previous day by sniper-fire coming from the village of Gornje Obrinje, Special Forces entered the village and executed all the men of fighting age (21 in total).
January 15, 1999 Račak Massacre - A Yugoslav Special Anti-Terrorism Unit killed 40-45 people in Račak. Three investigations carried out by Belarusian, Finnish and Yugoslavian Forensic Investigators found that those killed were not civilians. However, because of the huge loss of life, Račak, by most sources, is defined as a massacre.
January 29, 1999, Rogovo Massacre — Yugoslav police-officers executed 24 Albanians, supposedly KLA members.
March 5, 1999, Attack on Prekaz - Yugoslavian soldiers raided the home of KLA leader Adem Jashari and assassinated him and his brother and killed around sixty members of his family after a gunfight that lasted 12 hours.
March 25, 1999, Massacre at Velika Kruša - Yugoslav Police entered the village and shot all the men on sight. The women and children were told to go to Albania.
March 25, 1999, Bela Crkva Massacre — Yugoslav Police Officers executed more than 60 ethnic Albanians in Bela Crkva, including twenty members of the Popaj family and twenty-five members of the Zhuniqi family, on the grounds that they were suspected KLA members.
March 28, 1999, Izbica Massacre - The Yugoslav Army shelled the village of Izbica. After the shelling killed over a hundred people, Yugoslav Special Forces entered and told the women, the children and the elderly to go to Albania and gave them some money. After they left, the Special Forces lined about fifty men up against a wall and executed them with automatic weapons.
March 31, 1999, Ljubižda Massacre — security forces reportedly shot 14 men in the village of Ljubižda, northwest of Prizren.
March 31, 1999, Pusto Selo Massacre — Yugoslav Paramilitaries lined 106 ethnic Albanian men against a wall and executed them in Pusto Selo, near Orahovac. The men were allegedely KLA sympathizers.
April 5, 1999, Rezala Massacre — Yugoslav Police Officers allegedly entered the Albanian village of Rezala and gunned down at least 80 villagers suspected of harbouring KLA guerillas.
April 17, 1999, Poklek Massacre — A Montenegrin Unit of the Yugoslav Special Police forced at least 47 people into one room and opened fire. 23 children under the age of fifteen died in the operation.
April 17, 1999, Ćikatovo massacre — Yugoslav Paramilitaries killed twenty-four men from the Morina family that were suspected of being KLA members.
April 27, 1999 Meja Massacre - Yugoslav Police and Paramilitary forces allegedly massacred at least 300 Albanian men, from the village of Meja, in Djakovica municipality. On the same day, Montenegrin Special Forces killed approximately 13 to 50 suspected-insurgents in the nearby village of Korenica.
25 March 1999, Massacre at Velika Kruša - 90 men were executed in the village of Velika Kruša. Massacres such as this were typical throughout 1999, as the Yugoslav Special Forces attempted to decrease the number of recruits joining the Kosovo Liberation Army.
26 March 1999, Suva Reka massacre - Members of the Berisha family (known supporters of the KLA, and of organized crime) were forced into their family-owned pizzeria, where two hand grenades were thrown. Montenegrin police officers allegedly shot anyone who displayed any signs of life. The police officers then took all of the bodies and disposed of them in a mass grave, near an anti-terrorism facility in Batajnica.
May 2–3, 1999, Vučitrn Massacre - Albanian refugees fleeing the fighting that was occurring between the Yugoslav Army and the KLA were cornered by the Yugoslav Special Forces (who suspected that some KLA members were fleeing the fighting with the refugees). The Special Forces picked out about 120 men who they suspected of being KLA deserters and sprayed them with bullets and later hid their bodies in a mass-grave near Gornja Sudimlja.
May 14, 1999, Cuska Massacre — Yugoslav police and Paramilitary Forces gathered villagers into 3 houses, gunned them down with automatic weapons and burned down the houses, killing all 41. .
May 22, 1999, Dubrava Prison Massacre — Serbian prison guards killed more than 70 Albanian prisoners after a botched escape-attempt.
May 26, 1999, Prizren Massacre - Yugoslav Volunteers killed thirty-four people and burned over 100 homes in the Tusus neighborhood of the city of Prizren, in an attempt to eradicate a dozen KLA insurgents.