Соответствующая норма
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Practice Relating to Rule 11. Indiscriminate Attacks
The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Criminal Code (1998) provides that it is a war crime to order “an indiscriminate attack without selecting a target, causing injury to the civilian population” or order “that civilian objects which are under specific protection of international law, non-defended localities and demilitarized zones be indiscriminately targeted” or carry out such attacks. 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Federation, Criminal Code, 1998, Article 154(1) and (2).
The Republika Srpska’s Criminal Code (2000) contains the same provisions. 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska, Criminal Code, 2000, Article 433(1) and (2).
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Criminal Code (2003) states that, in time of war, armed conflict or occupation, ordering or committing an “[a]ttack without selecting a target, by which the civilian population is harmed”, in violation of international law, constitutes a war crime. 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Criminal Code, 2003, Article 173(1)(b); see also Article 173(2)(b).
The Report on the Practice of Bosnia and Herzegovina provides the following examples of alleged violations of the prohibition of indiscriminate attacks which were denounced by the authorities:
- indiscriminate artillery shelling of Sarajevo on 16 May 1992; 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ministry of Defence, Letter to the Headquarters of the Yugoslav Army in Belgrade, No. 02/236-1, 17 May 1992, Report on the Practice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2000, Chapter 1.4.
- the attacks by aircraft of the Yugoslav Army in the Tuzla region, in which many residential facilities were destroyed and several civilians killed or wounded; 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ministry of Defence, Letter to the Headquarters of the Yugoslav Army in Belgrade, No. 02/333-232, 1 June 1992, Report on the Practice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2000, Chapter 1.4.
- the artillery shelling in the centre of Srebrenica, which resulted in civilian casualties; 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Appeal of the War Presidency of Srebrenica Municipality, No. 180/93, 25 January 1993, Report on the Practice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2000, Chapter 1.4.
- the attack by a Croatian army helicopter in the centre of Mostar, which resulted in civilian casualties. 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Headquarters of the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces, Office of the Commander in Chief, Information to UNPROFOR, No. 01-1/21-82, 8 February 1994, Report on the Practice of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2000, Chapter 1.4.T.