Rights group Amnesty International has urged authorities in Bosnia's Serbian entity, the Republika Srpska, to make reparations for victims of wartime rape.
Amnesty International's Lejla Hadzimesic said on November 1 her organization had asked Bosnian Serb officials to provide financial compensation for the victims as well as medical and psychological care.
The group said in a statement that the Bosnian Serb authorities have not made any meaningful attempts to address the needs of the victims.
Tens of thousands of women were raped during Bosnia's 1992-95 war between the country's Bosniaks (Muslims), Serbs, and Croats.
Based on reporting by AP and Voanews.com