In Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia Confirms Acquittal of Wartime Brcko Leader

The appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court said on Thursday that it has upheld the verdict acquitting Djordje Ristanic, the former head of the war presidency in Brcko, of involvement in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at persecuting Bosniaks and Croats through murders, detentions, torture and forcible disappearances between April and December 1992.

Bosnia Acquits Serb Ex-Fighters of Killing Civilian Captives

The Bosnian state court in Sarajevo on Thursday acquitted Spomenko Novovic and Borislav Pjano of the murders, inhumane treatment, illegal detention and robbery of Bosniak civilians in the villages of Dragocava, Sube and Potpece near Foca during the war from April to September 1992.

In Depopulated Srebrenica, Shuttered Shops and Open-Hearted People

Driven by curiosity, we walked into the building the music was coming from, which is called The House of Good Tones. Hilda Djozic, office manager of the House, tells us later on that what we heard was a rehearsal by one of the youngest bands they have, and that the drummer was a seven-year-old girl.