Battle of Lođa
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|Battle of Lođa|
|Part of Kosovo War|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Tahir Zemaj||Nebojša Pavković|
|Casualties and losses|
|2 civilians killed, 25 wounded|
The Battle of Lođa (Serbian: Бој на лођи/Boj na Lođi, Albanian: Beteja e Loxhës) was a battle between the FR Yugoslav army against the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosova (FARK), an operation launched to counterattack the Albanian rebels after two Yugoslav policemen patrolling the area had been killed. The four-week offensive ended in a Yugoslav victory. All of village's 284 houses and mosque were destroyed by Serbian Police with bulldozers.
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