The state court refused to confirm an indictment charging former brigade commander Radomir Nedic and former battalion commander Ratko Djurkovic with crimes against humanity and war crimes in the Ugljevik municipality in 1992.
A ceremony will be held in the village of Buhine Kuce, near Vitez in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to commemorate 26 people, including eight children, who were murdered in 1994 but whose killers have never faced trial.
The UN court in The Hague rejected a request for early release from former Bosnian Serb Army officer Vujadin Popovic, who is serving a life sentence for the genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in 1995.
Seven Bosnian Serb ex-soldiers and policemen were charged with crimes against humanity against Bosniaks and Croats who were illegally detained, abused and assaulted in the Donji Vakuf area during the war in 1992.
Former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers Branko Cigoja, Zeljko Todic and Sasa Boskic’s appeal against their convictions for killing 28 Bosniak and Croat civilians in the Donji Vakuf municipality in 1995 was rejected.
The verdict convicting Enver Buza, the wartime commander of a Bosnian Army battalion, of failing to discipline his troops for the 1993 killing of 27 Croat civilians in the village of Uzdol, was quashed and a retrial ordered.
The head of the UN court said the final verdict in the trial of former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic, who is appealing against his conviction for genocide and other crimes, will be handed down in May.
A plaque naming a student dormitory after wartime Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic, which caused a political storm, was taken down after his daughter Sonja Karadzic-Jovicevic called for its removal.