A commemoration was held to mark the anniversary of the killings of 29 Bosnian Croat civilians including children and old people, as well as 12 Croatian Defence Council fighters, in the village of Uzdol in September 1993.
Ratko Djurkovic, former commander of the First Battalion of the Bosnian Serb Army’s First Majevica Brigade, is suspected of failing to prevent troops murdering Bosniak civilians and captives in the Ugljevik area in 1992.
The UN war crimes tribunal rejected a call from Ratko Mladic’s defence for the former Bosnian Serb Army commander to be urgently transferred from the United Nations Detention Unit to a hospital for treatment.
Attackers broke the windows of an Islamic community building in the town of Pljevlja, while Montenegrin Bosniaks complained of being targeted in the wake of elections won by opposition blocs that include pro-Serbian parties.
North Macedonian arrested three alleged Islamic State sympathisers and returnees from Middle East conflict zones, and seized a cache of explosives and weapons that they are suspected of having planned to use for attacks.