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Nearly 2,000 people came together on Tuesday to commemorate the storied 1988 popular uprising that nearly toppled Burma’s military dictatorship and ultimately cost thousands their lives.

A Chilean judge has ended an inquiry into hundreds of overseas bank accounts belonging to Augusto Pinochet.

Rebel group FARC on Monday demanded that an independent commission analyze Colombia’s armed conflict.

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) today reported that there is reason to believe that crimes against humanity have been committed in Nigeria, namely murder and persecution by the militant group known as Boko Haram.

Former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic’s trial has been suspended for two more months so he can prepare his defence against charges of genocide in 1992.

Prominent Khmer Rouge research organization the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) is collaborating with a network of Burmese groups seeking to create an archive of human rights abuses in Burma as the country transitions from a military regime to a fledgling democracy.

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.

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