Protesters in Sarajevo mark the fifth anniversary of the murder of Dzenan Memic on September 11, 2021.
A court in Bosnia-Herzegovina has acquitted five defendants accused of involvement the killing of a young man in 2016, a case that has sparked protests in the country. Dzenan Memic, 21, died of wounds to his head. Prosecutors initially said he was murdered but later declared new evidence showed he had been killed in a car accident -- a conclusion never accepted by his family. The case prompted several rallies, reflecting people's discontent with the government and judiciary, which they say are mired in corruption. To read the original story from RFE/RL’s Balkan Service, click here .