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The International Criminal Court (ICC) has ruled that Libya's Gaddafi-era intelligence chief, Abdullah al-Senussi, can be tried in Libya.

Kenya's deputy president says he wants his International Criminal Court trial to continue if judges will allow him to stay in Kenya and carry out his duties.

Tunisian legislators should elect qualified, independent experts to a new body created to combat and prevent torture. Authorities should give the new authority sufficient resources and the political support it needs to carry out its mandate effectively.

Founded by assassinated Archbishop Oscar Romero, many are angry about last month's closure of Tutela Legal.

Spain’s National Court is widening a probe into alleged genocide by China against Tibet to include former Chinese President Hu Jintao.

As the debates over the future of Yemen continues across the country, a visiting U.N. human rights official said protection of human rights in the transitional period must not be neglected.

After years of uncertainty, the full facts in the iconic case of Faysal Baraket, a Tunisian student who died in police custody in 1991, are coming to light, bringing an end to years of denial and deception by the Tunisian authorities, said Amnesty International.

A United Nations fact-finder is set to take stock of the plight of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.

With tension mounting between the African Union and the International Criminal Court (ICC), South Africa must publicly confirm its support for the ICC and the fight against impunity for genocide, war crimes and other crimes against humanity, said the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) in letters to South Africa's Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) and Department of Justice and Constitutional Development).

Tunisia's ruling party and opposition groups on Saturday (October 5th) signed a roadmap agreement aimed at ending the months-long political crisis.

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