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Tens of thousands of Tunisians have been demonstrating in support of the country’s Islamist led government.

Opposition protests are expected to take place in Tunisia on Tuesday following the interim prime minister's decision not to dissolve the government.

Tunisian Constituent Assembly speaker Mustapha Ben Jafar ordered the parliamentary body’s suspension beginning from Thursday, against the backdrop of the political and security crises engulfing the country.

Former political prisoners who survived detention on Great Coco Island, a notorious penal colony off Burma’s mainland, have criticized the country’s reform efforts, saying the Burmese people have yet to see real change under a government that remains largely controlled by the military.

Demobilized FARC guerrillas may be able to evade prison under a post-conflict transitional justice system also if they’re convicted of crimes against humanity, Colombia’s chief prosecutor said Monday.

Colombia will charge 13 right-wing paramilitary chiefs and three leftist rebel chiefs with crimes against humanity for some of the worst atrocities in decades of civil strife.

THE ICC has put its members on notice that it may have to close down some of its cases if they slash a proposed Sh14.4 billion budget for next year.

More than two years have passed since Côte d’Ivoire’s post-election crisis left 3,000 dead. Forces backing both former President Laurent Gbagbo and current President Alassane Ouattara were implicated in war crimes and possibly crimes against humanity during this period.

First Nations leaders and human rights experts will press the federal government to recognize that Canada’s historical treatment of native people, including nutrition experiments conducted on children at aboriginal residential schools, constituted a genocide.

Middle East peace talks have resumed after Israeli and Palestinian negotiators dined in Washington DC with US Secretary of State John Kerry.

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