Republika Srpska’s Ministry of Transport and Communication was ordered to provide the Transparency International NGO with the contract it signed with a Chinese company to build the Banja Luka-Prijedor highway.
The Supreme Court in Bosnia’s Republika Srpska entity has yet to hold a session to discuss the prosecution’s appeal against the verdict acquitting Milan Macura of terrorism for allegedly appealing online for people to give him explosives.
Former policeman Mladjen Vasiljevic was sentenced to three years in prison for shooting a civilian dead in the Ribnik area in August 1992.
The District Court in Banja Luka on Tuesday convicted ex-policeman Mladjen Vasiljevic of committing crimes against the civilian population in the Ribnik area.
Former Bosnian Serb soldier Radomir Sevarika was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for participating in the beating and murder of Croat prisoners in Knezevo in October 1992.
The District Court in Banja Luka on Friday found Sevarika guilty of seizing and beating the two prisoners, and then killing one of them.
A witness testifying at the Ratko Marinovic trial said he knew the injured party in the case. He described the injured party as a “rather negative person who spread propaganda.” Marinovic has been charged with war crimes committed in Ovanjska, near Ostra Luka.
A prosecution witness testifying at the trial of two former members of the Bosnian Serb Army charged with war crimes in the Prijedor area said he remembered seeing soldiers escorting civilian Sefer Besirovic towards the Crna Dolina mine.