Media Coverage

Women Leaders under the umbrella of National Legislature-Women Parliamentary Caucus (NL WPC) has called on all the stakeholders to the conflict in South Sudan to listen to the views of women in a bid to bolster everlasting peace in the nation.

The slow course of justice for the leaders of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge regime will inch forward again on Wednesday, as a UN-backed tribunal holds an initial hearing against a pair of defendants in their 80s facing genocide and other charges.

With more than 1,030 people now dead in Gaza, mostly civilians, Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has been urged by human rights organisations to urgently seek access to the (ICC) – so that it can pursue allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

An EU war crimes prosecutor says that some former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) should face charges of crimes against humanity.

In an open letter to the peace negotiations, Colombia’s third largest guerrilla group, the EPL, announced its intentions to join the peace dialogues currently underway between the government and two other guerrilla groups.

WITH the Comprehensive Agreement for the Bangsamoro (CAB) signed, there is hope for peace. That hope, however, will remain on tenuous grounds for as long as the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) does not recognize past wrongs.

Constituent Assembly members on Friday suggested the government to take the initiative to commemorate the victims of decade-long insurgency in order to start the healing process in the post-conflict societies.

Mourners gathered on Thursday to mark the 22nd anniversary of the killings of around 200 civilians at the camp during the night between July 23 and 24, 1992.

Representatives of 23 political parties met Tuesday at the Kasbah Municipal Palace to sign an honor pact regulating conduct during this year’s electoral campaign.

“We expect the court to be fully functional at the beginning of next year… There will be several former Kosovo Liberation Army members on the trial bench,” a senior EU diplomat told BIRN.

Pages