MPs refused to debate resolutions to ban the denial of the Srebrenica genocide, to set up a commission to determine how many died during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, and to recognise Serb rebel fighters as war veterans.
Belgrade Appeals Court ordered the release of Edin Vranj, a former senior Bosnian police official whose arrest in Serbia on war crimes charges sparked angry reactions from ministers in his home country.
A decree from the president of Bosnia’s Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity declaring non-compliance with a state law banning the denial of genocide and war crimes has taken the country into uncertain legal territory.
Kosovo Liberation Army War Veterans’ Organisation leader Hysni Gucati and his deputy Nasim Haradinaj went on trial for obstruction of justice and witness intimidation related to leaked documents from war crimes cases.
Former reservist policeman Goran Stanisic was sentenced to 20 years in prison for participating in the killings and expulsions of Kosovo Albanian civilians in the municipality of Lipjan/Lipljan during the war in 1999.
Prosecutors have appealed against the acquittal of former Bosnian Serb soldier Milenko Gojgolovic, who was cleared of raping a prisoner at the Susica detention camp in Vlasenica during the war in 1992.