The Bosnian state court has again rejected an indictment accusing wartime Serb official Milenko Stanic of committing crimes against humanity against Bosniak civilians in the Vlasenica area in 1992 and 1993.
Zdravko Samardzija, a former co-commander of a special police unit, is accused of involvement in the persecution, unlawful detention and killing of Bosniak and Croat civilians in the Kotor Varos area during wartime.
Bosnian war survivors want former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic to be found guilty this week of genocide in five Bosnian municipalities in 1992 as well as genocide in Srebrenica in 1995, but experts believe this is unlikely to happen.
A prosecution witness told the war crimes trial of former Serb special policeman Slobodan Karagic that the defendant raped her in Doboj when she was 15.
The protected prosecution witness codenamed K-1 told the court in Sarajevo on Monday that the defendant Slobodan Karagic, a former commander of the Red Berets special police unit, raped her in Doboj in 1992.
A prosecution witness told the trial of six former Bosnian Serb fighters that he saw the beating and killing of detained Bosniaks and Croat civilians in Kotor-Varos in 1992.
Witness Sefik Varosic told the state court in Sarajevo on Friday that he was captured by soldiers in the village of Vrbanjica in the Kotor-Varos municipality on June 25, 1992, detained in terrible conditions and beaten.