Djulsa Velic was one of around 40,000 women, children and elderly people who were expelled from Srebrenica by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995, and her testimony has now become part of a major new oral history project.
Boris Bosnjak, Miodrag Grubacic and Ilija Djajic, who were convicted of mistreating and abusing Bosniak and Croat civilian detainees held at a military barracks in Bileca in 1992, had their sentences reduced on appeal.
The Constitutional Court has rejected an appeal filed by Zoran Babic against his cumulative 35-year sentence for crimes committed in Prijedor, concluding that his right to a fair defence had not been violated.
Facebook removed a video posted by the Bosnian Serb ruling party that praised Ratko Mladic after his conviction for genocide and other wartime crimes, and warned that the party could face a ban if it continues to spread ethnic hatred.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Constitutional Court ruled that Mico Jurisic, who was jailed for 11 years for crimes against humanity against non-Serb civilians in the Prijedor area during the war in 1992, did get a fair trial.
The former Bosnian Serb political leader’s lawyers objected to the UN court’s decision to send him to Britain to serve his life sentence, claiming that he could be killed by Muslim extremists seeking revenge for his wartime crimes.