The Bosnian court acquitted Edhem Godinjak, Medaris Saric and Mirko Bunoza of the killings and inhumane treatment of imprisoned Bosnian Serb civilians and soldiers in Trnovo near Sarajevo during the war.
Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ asking for states worldwide to arrest Mladen Mitrovic, who is suspected of committing crimes against humanity against non-Serbs in the Prijedor area of Bosnia during wartime.
Mirsada Tursunovic, who was raped by a soldier at a detention camp during the Bosnian war, explains how it took 17 years to overcome her fear of being socially ostracised and give evidence against her attacker.
New research documents more than 600 detention camps, prisons or other jail facilities that operated during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina - many more than have been documented by court verdicts.
Defence lawyers called for Edhem Godinjak, Medaris Saric and Mirko Bunoza to be acquitted of the killings and inhumane treatment of imprisoned Bosnian Serb soldiers and civilians in Trnovo near Sarajevo during the war.