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The National Transitional Justice Working Group in Zimbabwe has urged female victims of political violence to open up in order to make transitional justice and reconciliation a reality.

طالبت منظمة هيومن رايتس ووتش اليوم الأحد سلطات الإمارات بالكشف فورا عن مكان اختفاء عشرة ليبيين وستة مواطنين إماراتيين محتجزين في البلاد.

The inability of Haiti’s courts to bring to trial former dictator Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier deprived his countless Haitian victims of the justice they sought, Human Rights Watch said today. Duvalier’s death was reported on October 4, 2014.

The government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) have established a transitional commission as part of the Mindanao peace process leading to the establishment of a new Bangsamoro autonomous entity and appointed a senior Swiss diplomat to head the panel.

More than 400 more state agents have been accused of killing civilians within the last year, bringing the total to 4,774.

Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, completed their 10 point long list of minimum proposals on victim reparation in the event the guerrillas sign peace with the government.

The system of justice in the strife-torn Central African Republic is so battered by neglect and a funds crunch that police, prosecutors and courts are helpless in tackling "endless" atrocities.

On Tuesday Human Rights Watch released a report urging candidates and political parties running for 2014 elections to adopt clear human rights agendas in their electoral programs.

A civil court in Shan State’s Muse District will hear a case involving the alleged rape of an underage Kachin girl by a Burmese solider. The case is unusual in Burma because rape perpetrators are rarely prosecuted—especially in civilian courts.