At least seven more Bosnian Serbs arrested over Srebrenica killings

[JURIST] A senior Bosnian Serb police officer, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Friday that seven Bosnian Serbs have been arrested in the past two days for involvement in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre [BBC timeline; JURIST news archive]. The attorney general is reportedly pushing for a crackdown on the remaining Srebrenica fugitives though the attorney general's office was unwilling for comment. AFP has more. In Belgrade meanwhile, another report, Radio B92 says a source inside the Republic of Srpska Ministry of Interior [official website] is reporting 15 arrests, including four former and current police officers, on charges of involvement in the Srebrenica massacre. More arrests are expected over the next few days.

 

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