The Bosnian authorities are seeking the arrest of ex-policeman Mico Jurisic, who failed to appear to start serving his 11-year sentence for committing crimes against humanity in the Prijedor area during the war in 1992.
In the latest in the Forgotten Victims series, BIRN asks why there have been no convictions for the brutal abuse and murders of prisoners detained by Bosnian Serb forces at a school in the town of Bratunac in May 1992.
Wartime paramilitary leader Milan Lukic, who was sentenced to life in prison by the Hague Tribunal for committing crimes against humanity in Visegrad in Bosnia, asked the UN court to review his verdict.
The Bosnian court sentenced Boris Bosnjak, Miodrag Grubacic and Ilija Djajic to a total of 21 years in prison for the inhumane treatment of Bosniak and Croat civilian detainees held at a military barracks in Bileca in 1992.
Young Serbian artist Jelena Jacimovic’s images of victims and survivors of the 1995 genocide of Bosniaks from Srebrenica, inspired by their personal testimonies in war crimes archives, are going on display in Belgrade.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo and Serbia, most of the case files and evidence from war crime trials are not immediately accessible to journalists, researchers and the general public, obscuring a crucial part of recent Balkan history.