The trial of three former guards at the Viktor Bubanj barracks, charged with abusing Bosnian Serb prisoners, will begin on March 22.
The prosecution announced that during the evidence hearing it would call 74 witnesses, three experts, and enter over 300 exhibits into evidence.
Besim Muderizovic, Ramiz Avdovic and Iliuan-Nicolae Vintila are charged with taking part in the systematic abuse of Bosnian Serb civilians, between late June and late November 1992.
The indictment specifies that the imprisoned Serb civilians were subject to deliberate infliction of severe bodily or emotional pain and forced labour.
Muderizovic and Avdovic have been in custody since October, while Vintila is allowed to mount his defence while living at liberty.
The Viktor Bubanj barracks was renovated after the war and now houses the Court and Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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