12. December 2019.
Nedim Ademovic, attorney of a Turkish citizen whose permanent residence in Bosnia and Herzegovina has been cancelled due to a threat to national security, said at a hearing held before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina today that he was unable to provide an adequate defence and presented evidence that Fatih Keskin resided in Bosnia and Herzegovina legally.


9. December 2019.
The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has filed an indictment against seven former members of the Bosnian Serb Army, VRS, who are suspected of persecution and murder of at least 48 Bosniaks committed in the village of Jusici, near Zvornik, during 1992. The defendants include Pero Radic, also known as Jarac [he-goat], Bozo Vidovic, Petko Tomic, alias Gavran and Crni Gavran [raven and black raven], Branko Studen, Dusan Spasojevic, known as Sifra [passcode], Vlado Ristanovic, alias Tosanov, and Milan Mijic, also known as Miso.

25. August 2016.
Former prisoners testified about unhygienic conditions and malnourishment at a military prison in Ljubuski where they were detained in 1993 and 1994. Prosecution witnesses Dzemil Sijercic told the state court in Sarajevo on Thursday that in October 1993 he was taken to the military investigation prison in Ljubuski, where conditions were poor and food rations were meagre.


24. August 2016.
At a trial for crimes in Srebrenica, a prosecution witness said that the defendant, Bosnian Serb ex-officer Srecko Acimovic, refused to send troops to assist in the killings of Bosniaks in July 1995. Prosecution witness Dragan Stjepanovic told the state court on Wednesday that in July 1995 he was a commander of a division with the Second Battalion of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Zvornik Brigade and that defendant Acimovic was its chief.