In April 1993, on one of the most tragic days of the Bosnian war, 116 Bosniaks were murdered in the village of Ahmici and 22 Croats were killed in the village of Trusina. Thirty years on, survivors are still mourning.
Commemorations will mark the 29th anniversary of the killings of 116 civilians by Croatian Defence Council fighters in the village of Ahmici and the killings of 15 civilians by Bosnian Army troops in the village of Trusina.
Miroslav Bralo, a wartime Croatian Defence Council fighter sentenced to 20 years in prison for the 1993 killings of Bosniak civilians, including children, has been denied early release by the Hague court.
Bosnian Croat Hague Tribunal convict Dario Kordic gave a speech at a student residence in Zagreb about his years in prison and his religious beliefs, while some protesters tried to disrupt the event by chanting that he was a war criminal.
The Defence of Suad Kapic, who has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in the Sanski Most area, will file an appeal with the third-instance chamber, which has the power to overturn the verdict.