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African leaders will meet in the Ethiopian capital on October 13 to take a common stance on whether to join Kenya's planned pull-out from the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the prosecution of its leaders, officials said on Thursday.

Judge issues warrants under international law after Spain refuses to investigate cases because of 1977 amnesty laws

The Sur Municipality of Diyarbakir held the official inauguration of the Monument of Common Conscience on Sept. 12, with mayor Abdullah Demirbas apologizing in the name of Kurds for the Armenian and Assyrian genocides.

Testimony read out at the trial of Bosnian Serb fighter Oliver Krsmanovic described how Bosniak civilians were locked in a house and burned alive in Bikavac near Visegrad in 1992.

Today’s journalist’s strike in Tunisia comes as media members continue to express concerns over what they consider government efforts to limit press freedoms.

The Tunisian crisis continues, especially after opposition MP Mohammed Brahmi was assassinated on July 25.

The City of Vancouver has named the week of Sept. 16 to 22 Reconciliation Week, in hounour of the aboriginal families that were impacted by the residential school system.

Life sentence for Abdul Quader Mollah – found guilty of murder, rape and torture during 1971 independence war – overturned

Scores of people have died or been threatened after returning to their land under Colombia's banner land restitution program, according to a Human Rights Watch report released today.

Tunisia's powerful labor union proposed a timetable on Tuesday to end the country's political deadlock, calling for the Islamist-led government to step down in three weeks and make way for a caretaker administration to oversee elections.