The Bosnian court upheld the five-month prison sentences handed down to three members of a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation who were convicted of inciting hatred at a rally in the town of Visegrad in 2019.
Seven former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers were sentenced to a total of 91 years in prison for their role in abducting 20 passengers from a train at Strpci station in Bosnia in February 1993 and then killing them.
The UN war crimes court in The Hague rejected an appeal for early release from prison made by Bosnian Serb paramilitary leader Milan Lukic, who is serving a life sentence for committing crimes against humanity.
Dusan Sladojevic, Slavko Aleksic and Risto Lecic, members of a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, were sentenced to five months in prison each for inciting hatred at a rally in the Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.
Three members of the Ravna Gora Movement, a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, will be retried for inciting ethnic and religious hatred at a uniform-clad rally in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.
Former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers Milomir Djuricic and Vukadin Spasojevic pleaded not guilty to wartime crimes against civilians including unlawful detention, torture and rape at a prison camp in Visegrad in 1992 and 1993.
The Constitutional Court rejected wartime Bosnian Serb fighter Radomir Susnjar’s appeal against his 20-year sentence for his involvement in killing 26 Bosniak civilians, including a baby, in Visegrad in 1992.
Three members of the Ravna Gora Movement, a Serb nationalist Chetnik organisation, were cleared of inciting ethnic and religious hatred at a uniform-clad rally in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 2019.
Bosnia's state prosecution has filed an indictment against Milomir Djuricic 'Djure', and Vukadin Spasojevic, also known as 'Mico' and 'Era', charging them with crimes against humanity in Bosnia's eastern Visegrad area.