Former police officer from Prijedor Dusan Jankovic says, testifying at Radovan Karadzics trial, that Bosniak detainees were not subjected to crimes in the Omarska and Keraterm reception centres in 1992.
While cross-examining Defence witness Gojko Klickovic at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, The Hague Prosecution says that Klickovic ordered the displacement of Bosniaks from Bosanska Krupa municipality in 1992.
Protected Defence witness KW-426 says, testifying at Radovan Karadzics trial, that crimes against Bosniaks and Croats in detention camps in Prijedor in 1992 were committed by paramilitary formations, which police were not able to prevent or confront.
Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Republika Srpska Army, VRS, officer Milenko Todorovic says that there was a plan to transfer more than a thousand Bosniak captives from Srebrenica to Bijeljina in July 1995.
Former member of the Main and Executive Board of the Serbian Democratic Party, SDS, Savo Ceklic says that he never proposed to Radovan Karadzic to remove Muslims and Croats from Serb territories in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic continues presenting his defence against the accusations for persecution and murders of Bosniaks from Zvornik by examining former Police Station Chief Marinko Vasilic, who blames crimes upon paramilitary formations.
Former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic presents judges of The Hague International Tribunal with another ballistic expert Mile Poparic, who presents his findings and denies the responsibility of the Republika Srpska Army for sniper attacks against civilians in Sarajevo during the Bosnian war.
During a hearing in Radovan Karadzics case prosecutors deny findings by Zorica Subotic, Defences expert witness in ballistics, who denied the responsibility of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, for several mine-thrower attacks in Sarajevo that caused numerous civilian victims.