Bosnian prosecution begins investigation on war crimes against Serbs

The Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) prosecution has begun an investigation on war crimes committed in 1992 against the Serb civilians in the territory of Jajce, a town in central BiH. According to a Banja Luka-based paper, the suspects are seven members of the Army of Republic of BiH, the Croatian Defense Council and the Croatian Defense Forces. The paper reported that at the time the suspects belonged to the Krajisnici unit, headquartered in a village near Jajce. They allegedly committed war crimes against approximately 35 Serb civilians, among whom were nine children. The BiH prosecution did not reveal more details about the case.

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