Relatives of 46 people who disappeared in the Hadzici area after being detained by Bosnian Serb forces during the war in 1992 rallied outside the state prosecutor’s office, calling for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.
Jail sentences handed down to wartime fighters Senad Dzananovic and Edin Gadzo for unlawfully detaining and assaulting Serbs during the siege of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo in 1992 were confirmed after an appeal.
Former Bosnian Serb Army military policemen Zoran Neskovic, Panto Pantovic, Slavisa Djeric, Nenad Ujic and Pero Despot were charged with beating, robbing and sexually abusing prisoners in Rogatica in 1995.
The Bosnian court confirmed an indictment charging nine former soldiers and policemen with committing a crime against humanity in the village of Zijemlje near Mostar, where around 100 Bosniaks, including children, were killed in 1992.
Photographer Fabrice Dekoninck visited sites of massacres, torture, imprisonment and mass burials as part of his project to visually document people’s memories of suffering during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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.