Jovan Dimitrijevic, who was in charge of logistics for Arkan's paramilitary unit, told the retrial of Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague that weapons for the unit's wartime activities were supplied by the Yugoslav People's Army, not the Serbian State Security Service.
Local elections in Split, Croatia are not over yet - 9.46 percent of ballots will be recounted, at the request of Zeljko Kerum, a candidate in the mayoral race.
Croatia's daily Jutarnji List writes that Davor Grcic, an observer from the Pametno party, revealed the details concerning the invalid ballot papers, and said he was "delighted" by his fellow citizens' "creativity."
Some far-right media outlets in Croatia have been condemned for publishing a press release from an alleged initiative of academics called "Let's Save Rijeka" claiming that Serbian groups with the help of some political parties are trying to take control of the university in the Croatian city of Rijeka.
The Association of Participants of the Armed Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia has invited Croatian veterans to a friendly meeting.