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Syed Manzur Elahi, an advisor to the former caretaker government of Bangladesh, called for swift completion of the ongoing war crimes trial in the country.

Charles Taylor, the former Liberian president convicted of war crimes in neighboring Sierra Leone, wants the West African nation to pay pension benefits he said he’s owed for service to the country.

The ongoing dialogue in Kampala to end fighting in Eastern DR Congo is set to discuss a proposal to offer general amnesty for war and insurgency acts.

Fifteen years after the Truth and Reconciliation Commission ended, apartheid victims are still fighting for compensation and justice.

An elderly war crimes suspect, regarded as a chief ideologue of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime, has been hospitalized, a court spokesman confirmed Monday.

On January 14 the negotiators from the Juan Manuel Santos’s administration and the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) resume their discussion of the agrarian question.

Swathed in coalition colours of red and yellow, supporters sounded their klaxons for Uhuru Kenyatta, a Kenyan politician indicted for crimes against humanity, as he launched his controversial bid for president.

UN relief agencies and Thai authorities say human traffickers are fuelling the growing wave of refugees fleeing western Myanmar’s continuing sectarian violence that has so far killed at least 200 people and displaced more than 120,000.

Liberia's state radio says the Supreme Court has barred the justice minister from practicing law for six months over her decision to grant "compassionate release" to a journalist jailed last year in connection with a libel case.

Two weeks of fighting in Sudan's Darfur has displaced 30,000 people who are in need for food and shelter, the United Nations said after some of the worst clashes in the western region for months.

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