The Bosnian state prosecution said that two previously unknown mass graves containing the bodies of victims of the 1992-95 war have been discovered in the towns of Bratunac and Bihac.
Bosnian officials have renewed calls for the dismissal of Goran Zubac, director of the State Investigative and Protection Agency, SIPA, after the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a first instance ruling sentenced him to a year's probation for neglecting his duties during the protests last February.
Bosnian police have arrested a suspect for the murder of Jasmina Koricic, a 61-year-old lawyer who was killed in a bomb blast in the northwestern town of Bihac.
The suspect was named only as B.M., a male born in 1957, from nearby Cazin, Una-Sana Canton Interior Ministry spokesman Ale Siljdedic told Balkan Insight on Wednesday.
Around 200 workers from bankrupt firms in the Tuzla region spent Wednesday night in a sports centre of the nearby town of Srebrenik after starting a protest walk on December 24 across the border towards Croatia, aiming to "leave the country" because of their hopeless situation.
Police in Bosnia's Federation entity on December 17 arrested Hamdija Lipovaca, Prime Minister of the Una-Sana canton, and a top official of the Social Democratic Party.
The case concerns allegations of corruption dating from the time when he was mayor of the northwestern city of Bihac.