Former Bosnian Serb Army soldier Ranko Radulovic, a Montenegrin citizen, pleaded not guilty to attacking Bosniaks, committing rape, taking hostages and destroying property in the Foca area of Bosnia during the war in 1992.
Ahead of the anniversary of the 1992 killings of around 200 Bosniaks and Croats at the Koricani Cliffs on Bosnia’s Mount Vlasic, relatives said they hope the bodies of the remaining victims will eventually be found.
Midhat Poturovic’s exhibition ‘Soul of Srebrenica’ opened on Saturday at the EndzioHub gallery in central Belgrade, unaffected by a small demonstration outside by supporters of jailed Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic.
War survivors in Bosanski Samac still remember the brutality of Serbian State Security fighters deployed to their town in 1992, where they committed crimes that eventually led to landmark convictions this week for the security service’s top officials.
After the latest in a decade-long series of unsuccessful attempts to pass a law banning the denial of the Srebrenica genocide, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s top international official could take action to impose legislation from above.