The Constitutional Court rejected an appeal from former Bosnian Army soldier Muhamed Sisic, who was convicted of involvement in the killings of 21 Serbs in an attack on the village of Kukavice in 1992.
A judge at the UN tribunal said Serbia should be reported to the Security Council for failing to comply with requests to arrest two Serbian Radical Party politicians and send them to The Hague to stand trial for contempt of court.
Prosecution witnesses’ statements read out at the trial of alleged fighter Milarem Berbic claimed they saw him armed and wearing a uniform while he was in Syria, but that they thought he was not militarily active.
The UN court in The Hague rejected a request for release on probation from Stanislav Galic, ex-commander of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Sarajevo-Romanija Corps, who was convicted of terrorising the people of Sarajevo during the wartime siege.
Since the fall of the Islamic State ‘caliphate’, piecemeal efforts by Balkan states to repatriate their nationals from refugee camps in Syria means more than 100 children are still living in squalid, unsafe conditions.