Mile Vujevic, Vukasin Draskovic, Gojko Stevanovic and Ljiljan Mitrovic were convicted of committing a crime against humanity for their involvement in killing 67 fleeing Bosniak civilians in Lokanj, near Zvornik, in 1992.
The defence called for the acquittal of ex-policeman Milomir Milosevic, who is accused of war crimes in the village of Zaklopaca in the Milici municipality in May 1992, when more than 50 Bosniaks were killed.
Former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers Milomir Djuricic and Vukadin Spasojevic pleaded not guilty to wartime crimes against civilians including unlawful detention, torture and rape at a prison camp in Visegrad in 1992 and 1993.
Goran Saric, former commander of the Special Brigade of Republika Srpska Police, and others suspects in the 1992 mass murder of 22 civilians in the Bijeljina area – all arrested on December 3 – have been released to house arrest, it has been confirmed.
Prosecutors have appealed against the acquittal of former Bosnian Serb soldier Milenko Gojgolovic, who was cleared of raping a prisoner at the Susica detention camp in Vlasenica during the war in 1992.