The illegal NATO attack on Serbia in 1999 claimed two more lives this Wendesday...
The explosion occurred on the mountain Kopaonik, near Serbia's most wellknown ski center, about 250 km south of Belgrade, reported Radio Television Serbia (RTS).
The two soldiers were removing the remnants of cluster bombs dropped by NATO forces during the air campaign against Serbia and Montenegro in 1999.
Serbian Chief of Staff Ljubisa Dikovic said he ultimately bore responsibility for the incident,which is under investigation. According to unconfirmed reports, the bombs were accidentally activated.
"I am responsible, and I will ask the Minister of Defense to determine my responsibility," said Dikovic at a news conference at a military facility in Kopaonik.
Defense Minister Aleksandar Vucic said the two men were killed by cluster bombs which was a "crime committed against the people of Serbia" making a direct reference to the bombing campaign of 1999. 
Vučić also noted that the deadly blast happened "on the day that a convention on the ban of cluster bombs was signed".
He also said that the two victims - identified as 36-year-old Slaviša Marković and 37-year-old Nebojša Milić - were exceptional and experienced professionals, engaged in a planned assignment, describing their deaths as a great loss to our army and our country. 
The western press agencies such as AFP and AP reported the event in their usual manner, wrapping it up with the justification of NATO campaign on Serbia and Montenegro as:" bombing campaign that ended the war and stopped the crackdown by Serb forces on Kosovo Albanian separatists."
So when the legitimate police forces of a sovereign state deal with subversive elements and separatistic tendencies within their jurisdiction it is called a "crackdown" and those terrorists are helped both from the air and on the ground by foreign forces such as the British SAS ( common knowledge among those who fought in KiM), but the illegal bombing of a sovereign country and meddling in their internal affairs are cloaked as a humanitarian action and a means to end the war, the war that those same countries induced bu arming and helping the separatists in KiM.
Maybe we can all remember just how "humanitarian" this bombing was by reading this personal account of a former director of Kopaonik National Park who witnessed his favorite place in Serbia being showered with bombs, cluster bombs to be precise: