BiH detains war crimes suspect

Members of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) arrested a former Bosnian Muslim commander Monday (March 22nd) for war crimes committed against Croatian civilians and prisoners of war during the 1992-1995 conflict. Hasan Hakalovic, 63, commanded a unit operating in the village of Trusina and allegedly failed to punish subordinates who committed war crimes. Bosnian Muslim units attacked Trusina in 1993, killing 22 people.

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