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Kenya's veteran opposition leader demanded on Tuesday a national dialogue by July 7 and sought a timetable to pull Kenyan troops out of Somalia, hours after a fresh attack on the coast killed five people.

For all the damage that air strikes and smart bombs have inflicted on Colombia's Farc rebels, the biggest threat they face may be the hot tub and the computer room at this converted motel along the highway.

A former US diplomat honoured with an international peace award for his ill-fated efforts to secure political agreement in the North has said he would willingly give it up in exchange for the deal he strived for.

A democracy award was given to the ruling Islāmic Ennahda Party in Tunisia’s National Assembly today by the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID), a Washington D.C. non-profit devoted to promoting democracy and democratic institutions in the Muslim world.

War crimes accused Akram Hossain Khan has been arrested from Rajshahi, police say.

Myanmar's minister of religious affairs has been fired and the chief minister of the country's troubled Rakhine state has retired, state media announced Friday, as religious tensions continue to grip the country.

Almost a month after seizing power from a civilian government, the military has taken on the role of initiating peace talks with separatists in the southern border region.

Four former members of the Bosnian Muslim wartime forces were charged on Thursday for war crimes committed against Serb refugees at the beginning of the 1992-1995 inter-ethnic conflict.

A top United Nations envoy has raised the alarm over "appalling conditions" in west Myanmar displacement camps, which hold thousands of Rohingya Muslims made homeless in communal unrest two years ago.

Tunisia’s new Truth and Dignity Commission (TDC), launched this month, faces a complex and heavy workload.

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