From Breakingnews.ie, with thanks to Twostellas:
Bosnian Muslim commander Sefer Halilovic went on trial for murder at the UN war crimes tribunal today for the massacres of dozens of Croat civilians.
Halilovic, 53, is the highest-ranking Muslim army official to be tried for alleged crimes during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war. He has been accused of senior responsibility for massacres in the villages of Grabovica and Uzdol, Bosnia, in 1993.
A total of 62 people were killed and many of their bodies were dumped in the Neretva river.
In opening arguments, prosecutors in The Hague showed horrific amateur video footage of murdered children and elderly people, allegedly massacred by Halilovic’s men.
“The murdered Croat civilians were not combatants, nor were they taking part in military action, nor were they killed as the result of combat” said prosecutor Sureta Chana. “They were either in their beds or were attempting to flee in fear of the fighting.”