A fresh postponement in the trial of 11 Yugoslav Army soldiers accused of committing crimes against civilians during the Kosovo war means that there has been no hearing in the case since November 2019.
One of the defendants on trial for participating in the abduction and killings of 20 non-Serb civilian passengers who were seized at Strpci station during the Bosnian war died in July, said Belgrade Higher Court.
The case against Nenad Bubalo, a former Bosnian Serb Army military policeman accused of participating in the murders of at least five civilians during the Bosnian war in 1992, was closed after he died.
The wartime commander of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Sana Brigade, Branko Basara, is accused of attacking, forcibly relocating and murdering civilians in the Sanski Most area of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992.
In a retrial before the Belgrade Higher Court, Bosnian Serb soldier Joja Plavanjac was convicted of killing 11 people at a prison in Bosanska Krupa in Bosnia in August 1992, and his fellow ex-serviceman Zdravko Narancic of helping him.
At the trial of wartime Bosnian Serb Army soldier Dragan Dopudja, former police employees said that Bosniak prisoners were taken away from a detention facility in Ripac near Bihac in June 1992 and never seen again.