The Bosnian court acquitted Edhem Godinjak, Medaris Saric and Mirko Bunoza of the killings and inhumane treatment of imprisoned Bosnian Serb civilians and soldiers in Trnovo near Sarajevo during the war.
Wartime Croatian Defence Council fighter Mile Pazin appealed against the verdict sentencing him to one-and-a-half years in prison for the inhumane treatment of a Bosniak civilian prisoner in the Stolac area in 1993.
The defence of former Bosnian Army military policeman Adem Kostjerevac, who is accused of raping a Serb woman in the Zvornik area during the war in 1992, called on the court to quash the charges or acquit him.
Defence lawyers called for Edhem Godinjak, Medaris Saric and Mirko Bunoza to be acquitted of the killings and inhumane treatment of imprisoned Bosnian Serb soldiers and civilians in Trnovo near Sarajevo during the war.
The UN court in The Hague rejected a request for early release from former Bosnian Serb Army officer Vujadin Popovic, who is serving a life sentence for the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in 1995.