The state court upheld the verdict clearing Territorial Defence force ex-fighter Agan Ramic of committing a crime against humanity by hitting a minor in a village in the Konjic area during wartime in 1992.
Former reservist policeman Goran Govedarica was sentenced to one year in prison for committing a war crime by assaulting a prisoner in the town of Gacko, but was acquitted of murdering another detainee.
Medical experts said that a prosecution witness in the trial of four Serb ex-fighters accused of abducting passengers from a train at Strpci station during the Bosnian war and killing them is mentally capable of testifying.
A witness told a Belgrade court that alleged paramilitary Dragana Djekic was with her on the day in February 1993 when 20 people were abducted from a passenger train in Strpci in Bosnia and then killed.
A witness at the trial in Belgrade of two former Bosnian Serb soldiers accused of participating in killing 27 Bosniak civilians in 1992 said that that his previous testimony incriminating the defendants was false.
Former Bosnian Army soldier Senad Salkic was convicted of raping three women during the conflict with the separatist forces of the self-proclaimed Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia in the Velika Kladusa municipality.