Award Winner's Serial
Serbian lawmakers have approved a long-awaited law that aims to shed light on the fate of hundreds of children whose parents fear might have been stolen from birth clinics.
Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with representatives of the Missing Baby Parents Association this afternoon. Prime Minister Brnabic initiated the meeting to personally hear their remarks and concerns regarding the Bill on Facts on the Status of Newborn Children Suspected of Missing from a Maternity Hospital in the Republic of Serbia, which is in the parliamentary procedure.
My name is Ljiljana Milovanovic, one of thousands of Serbian mothers who are searching for the truth in regards to what happened to the babies we gave birth to in Serbian hospitals.
Daily Jurnal VEČERNJE NOVOSTI, March 25, 2006
This unit is supposed to consist of specialists who deal with blood delicts, organized crime and people trafficking and who would report directly to the Minister who would then notify the Safety committee about the information the police had required
Daily Jurnal POLITIKA, July 21, 2005
Constitution of inquiry committee for missing babies
Time for truth
Procession of about 3,000 cases which suppose stealing children from maternity hospitals
The committee will have to process individual cases and its members will have to be educated on the procedure at maternity hospitals, especially about filing newborns' deaths. "If we help in proving one case of child stealing the authorized bodies will have to start a procedure
Daily Jurnal VECERNJE NOVOSTI, August 4, 2003
Fight for the truth of family Jovic from Krusevac about allegedly deceased child reveals scandalous information
DNA at correction
According to the DNA test, tissue samples enclosed from the pathology ward in Krusevac do not belong to the child of Milanka and Miloje Jovic, and to make the whole situation more complicated the Institute for forensic medicine in Belgrade found that the tissue parts belong to several different people