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The ICC trial of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto and former journalist Joshua arap Sang, resumed March 23rd following a seven-week break

US soldiers and military contractors sexually abused more than 54 children in Colombia between 2003 and 2007

Constitutional Court Suspends Transfer of Judges; Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Hears of Threats to Judicial Independence

International Criminal Court (ICC) judges in charge of trying former Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda have proposed to hold his trial opening in Bunia, northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, close to where his alleged crimes were committed. If approved, this would be the first time any part of an ICC trial has been moved away from the Court’s headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands.

Twenty-two people, including 20 foreign tourists, have been killed in a gun attack on the Bardo museum in the Tunisian capital.

The Condor process against 32 persons involved in the murder or disappearance of 23 Italians during the military dictatorships, begins tomorrow its second session, a month after the first view.

The government has apologized for its past atrocities, handed over 170 million New Zealand dollars ($128 million) and agreed the tribe should manage a sprawling, rugged national park it calls home.

A Sierra Leonean war crimes convict Moinina Fofana, who was serving his sentence in Rwanda's Mpanga Prison was granted conditional early release last week by the United Nations Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL).

United Nations war crimes investigators called on Tuesday for the establishment of a special tribunal to prosecute cases of mass atrocities in Syria, and said they had begun to share evidence and names of suspects with state and international prosecutors.

Senior German politicians have broken ranks with Angela Merkel’s government to demand that Germany pay reparations to Greece for Nazi crimes committed during the Second World War.