Three members of the Ravna Gora Movement, a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, will be retried for inciting ethnic and religious hatred at a uniform-clad rally in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.
A ban on a march commemorating victims of wartime persecution by Bosnian Serb forces in the city of Prijedor, which police say was imposed for security reasons, has been criticised as a violation of civil rights.
Well-known suspects including a former Bosnian presidency member, two Bosnian Army generals and a police chief make the Dobrovoljacka case one of the most high-profile in recent years – but what is known about the charges so far?
Bosnian prosecutors charged ten people, including Ejup Ganic, a member of Bosnia's wartime presidency, with involvement in the killings of retreating Yugoslav People’s Army soldiers in Sarajevo in 1992.
Commemorations will mark the 29th anniversary of the killings of 116 civilians by Croatian Defence Council fighters in the village of Ahmici and the killings of 15 civilians by Bosnian Army troops in the village of Trusina.