Witnesses told the trial of former paramilitary Leonardo Jankovic how they were illegally arrested by Serb secessionist troops in the Croatian village of Zamlaca in 1991.
Pink Music, Pink Movies, Pink Family, Pink Kids, Pink Erotica and other 63 Pink TV channel no longer exist on Serbian cable networks.
The Serbian broadcasting, RRA, on Wednesday revoked the license to broadcast 68 Pink cable channels before it expired on the company's request.
Belgrade Basic Court on Wednesday ruled that Svetlana Raznatovic and her son-in-law, Predrag Ocokoljic, both from FC Obilic, did not commit a criminal act of bullying or threatening Aleksandar Olarevic, head of the football club Mladi Proleter, in 2007.
The prosecution has the right to appeal the decision to the Appellate Court in Belgrade.
Rade Rakonjac, a former bodyguard to Zeljko Raznatovic "Arkan", was shot dead in a cafe in the Belgrade neighbourhood of Dedinje on Wednesday at noon.
Two others were injured in the incident and taken to the emergency centre.
Arkan's former bodyguard shot dead
BELGRADE -- A shooting incident that took place in Belgrade before noon on Wednesday has left one person dead and two more injured.
The victim has been named as Rade Rakonjac, a former bodyguard of Željko Ražnatović Arkan, who was himself shot and killed in a Belgrade hotel in 2000.
A former member of paramilitary chief Zeljko Raznatovic’s notorious ‘Arkan’s Tigers’ unit was convicted in his absence of war crimes against Croatian civilians near the village of Drinovci in 1992.