Four Bosnian Serbs and a Croat, including a father and his son, have denied a series of war crimes allegations including murders, torture and rape during the 1992-95 conflict.
BELGRADE - Journalists' Association of Serbia (UNS) warns that numerous journalist murders that took place two decades ago across former Yugoslavia still remain unsolved.
Bosnia's State Investigative and Protection Agency, SIPA, said that it was not authorized to maintain peace and security in the streets, as this was the job of the entity and cantonal police structures.
As fresh fighting broke out in Kiev on Thursday, and as the death toll rose, Romania's President expressed concern and called for a peaceful solution to the crisis in neighboring Ukraine.
“I am not supporting economic sanctions against Ukraine, but severe sanctions are needed against those responsible for the excessive use of force in Kiev,” President Traian Basescu said on Thursday.
In photos: Downtown Kiev "turned into war zone"
KIEV -- A central part of the Ukrainian capital city, Kiev, has been turned into "a veritable war zone," B92's reporters, Aleksandra Godfroa, has said.
There is chaos in the streets, with detonations and gunshots heard, while a nearby monastery has been turned into a field hospital.
PODGORICA - Unidentified vandals again demolished and stole the bust of Novak Milosev Vujadinovica in Orljevo, near Podgorica, which was put up by the Serb National Council in Montenegro.
The Serb Nation Council set up a new bust a year ago, after the previous one was also pulled down and stolen.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - The Serbian Radical Party (SRS) and movements Obraz and Nasi started their election campaign for Serbia's early parliamentary elections with a rally in Serb-dominated north Kosovska Mitrovica.
Nemanja Sarovic, SRS deputy president, underlined that this coalition is the only one that started its election campaign in Kosovo-Metohija.