The detention order affects 14 of the 20 Serbians arrested on the eve of Sunday's vote, a court spokesman said on Wednesday. The other six were released on Monday.
After street protests on both sides, the European Union stepped in to mediate a deal that included early elections.
Mladen Grujicic will be the first Serbian mayor of the eastern Bosnian town since 1999 after winning 54.4 percent of votes in local elections on October 2.
The men began exiting the mine in small groups late Thursday night after the management of the Babino mine, which is part of the larger Bobov dol mining complex, started paying their delayed salaries.
Trebca mining complex in Serb-majority part of Kosovo nationalized by Pristina last week
A total of 16 political parties are participating in the elections, but only five to eight parties are expected to pass the five percent threshold to enter the parliament, a sign of impending coalition talks
Kosovo's parliament has yet to ratify a border agreement that will allow visa free travel
Lithuanians go to the polls on October 9 to vote in the first round of a general election.
Slovakia's first President Michal Kovac died late Wednesday, Slovak news agency TASR reported. He was 86.
Relatives of victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre told an appeals court on Thursday that the Dutch government should be held accountable over the deaths of Bosnians during the Srebrenica massacre
Physical confrontation forces cancelation of election in Stolac, officials say
Some 3.2 million voters will cast ballots in 140 municipalities and are largely expected to vote along ethnic lines.
The Prosecution of Bosnia-Herzegovina has summoned RS President Milorad Dodik for the banned referendum on Sunday
Over 99 percent of voters back Jan. 9 as Republika Srpska 'Statehood Day', fuelling fears of independence push from Bosnia
Critics of the referendum have said that it is stoking ethnic tension and is bolstering separatist sentiment within the Bosnian Serb ministate
Bosnian Serbs have voted to maintain a Statehood Day holiday on January 9 in a controversial referendum held in defiance of a high-court ruling from Sarajevo.
The vote is the brainchild of Milorad Dodik, nationalist leader of the Bosnian Serb-run entity Republika Srpska (RS).
Dutch authorities already 'sufficiently investigated' the peacekeepers' role in 1995 genocide, says the human rights court
Dragan Vasiljkovic -- or 'Captain Dragan' -- was handed over by Canberra after almost a decade-long legal battle, becoming the first suspected war criminal to be extradited by Australia.
"I'm not afraid of our future economically speaking... but what we need actually is political stability in the region," Vucic told AFP in an interview at his government headquarters in Belgrade.
In his first declaration after being declared winner of Dibra, Muharrem Rama promised to keep all the promises made during the campaign.