On the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres, a few kilometres away from the annual commemoration, a nationalist group will screen a film praising Bosnian Serb forces and genocide convict Ratko Mladic for ‘liberating’ the enclave.
The UN war crimes court in The Hague rejected an appeal for early release from prison made by Bosnian Serb paramilitary leader Milan Lukic, who is serving a life sentence for committing crimes against humanity.
The Education Ministry said it will investigate after videos were published by media showing pupils dancing to a nationalist, anti-Bosnian Muslim song at a school end-of-year celebration in the Serbian city of Novi Sad.
Relatives of 46 people who disappeared in the Hadzici area after being detained by Bosnian Serb forces during the war in 1992 rallied outside the state prosecutor’s office, calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.
Jail sentences handed down to wartime fighters Senad Dzananovic and Edin Gadzo for unlawfully detaining and assaulting Serbs during the siege of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo in 1992 were confirmed after an appeal.
Three members of the Ravna Gora Movement, a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, will be retried for inciting ethnic and religious hatred at a uniform-clad rally in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.