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Under European Union pressure, the Pristina parliament approved an amnesty law which is considered a key part of the deal to normalise relations between Kosovo and Serbia.

The Hague Tribunal reinstated a genocide charge against former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic on the day the anniversary of the Srebrenica massacres was commemorated.

The remains of Brazilian ex-president Joao Goulart will be exhumed to determine whether he was poisoned in the 1970s by rightwing rulers clamping on dissent, an official said on Wednesday.

When Russian archaeologist Stanislav Dmitrievsky visited Chechnya’s capital Grozny during the first Chechen War in 1994, he was overcome with grief at the state of the city.

The process of drafting Tunisia’s new constitution is nearing its end and the North African country hopes to have it in place by the autumn, a Tunisian politician said.

Thousands travelled to the memorial at Potocari near Srebrenica on foot, on bicycles and on motorbikes ahead of the reburial of 409 victims on the massacre’s 18th anniversary on Thursday.

The political party linked to Colombia's left-wing Farc rebels has regained its legal status, meaning it can contest elections due next year.

On Monday 8 July 2013, the Burundian local authorities in the province of Bubanza exhumed three mass graves in the village of Kivyuka, Musigati commune without the assistance of any forensic experts.

Only 35 per cent of Kenyans support the ICC process, a 15 per cent drop from last year when 50 per cent of the country had confidence in the trials at the Hague. This is according to an opinion survey released by the Ipsos Synovate opinion survey firm. - See more at:

Thousands of mourners silently lined the streets of Sarajevo on Tuesday as three trucks carried the remains of 409 newly identified victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre to their final resting place.