Muslims Held On Suspicion Of Terrorism by Bosnian Serb Police

A prosecutor said on Thursday, Bosnian Serb police are holding 11 people on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts in the wake of a fatal gun attack on a police station last week. Police in Bosnia's autonomous Serb Republic conducted raids on 32 locations on Wednesday, triggering complaints from some Muslim Bosniaks that they were being unfairly targeted for their religious beliefs. Three of those detained were taken into custody in the Srebrenica area, site of the worst mass killing in Europe since World War Two when some 8,000 Muslim men and boys were massacred by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995.