The Bosnian Court ordered one-month detention on Tuesday for the two remaining terrorism suspects who had been deported from Syria last week.
The two are part of a group of seven men, all citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who were transferred to Sarajevo last week from prisoner camps in Kurdish and US-controlled areas of Syria. They fought alongside different Islamic terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq.
Five of the men were placed in detention immediately after their deportation because there were international arrest warrants out for them, while the remaining two were processed only after their transfer to Bosnia.
They are all suspected of involvement in terrorism and organising terrorist groups.