The start of the retrial of four wartime Serb fighters for their role in the abduction and execution of 20 non-Serb passengers seized from a train in Strpci in Bosnia in 1993 was postponed – another delay in the long-running legal process.
At the start of his trial in Belgrade for the killing of 51 non-Serbs in 1992, former reservist policeman Milorad Kotur explained how prisoners were taken from the Omarska detention camp and then shot dead.
Medical experts said that a prosecution witness in the trial of four Serb ex-fighters accused of abducting passengers from a train at Strpci station during the Bosnian war and killing them is mentally capable of testifying.
A witness told a Belgrade court that alleged paramilitary Dragana Djekic was with her on the day in February 1993 when 20 people were abducted from a passenger train in Strpci in Bosnia and then killed.
A witness at the trial in Belgrade of two former Bosnian Serb soldiers accused of participating in killing 27 Bosniak civilians in 1992 said that that his previous testimony incriminating the defendants was false.
Battlefield scenarios from the wars in the former Yugoslavia in the 20th Century are used in various board games and video games, but while some of them offer the opportunity to play with history, others distort the facts completely.