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A Nepali army colonel is to go on trial at London's Old Bailey on Tuesday on charges of torture during a 10-year civil war

Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday praised the United States government for appointing top official Bernie Aronson the North American country’s envoy to peace talks with rebel group FARC

Bangladesh's war crimes tribunal has ordered the execution of a senior political leader after convicting him of atrocities during the country's 1971 independence war, triggering violence outside the court.

United Nations war crimes investigators announced a radical change of strategy Friday, saying they would publish names of suspects involved in Syria's four-year war and push for new routes toward international justice.

The Malian government has signed a ceasefire deal with rebels in a bid to end long-running unrest in the country's north.

The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU), at its 486th meeting, adopted a set of decisions on the African Union Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) and European Union Political and Security Committee

A second trial for Jean Pierre Bemba at the International Criminal Court (ICC) is now imminent after the court's Presidency named judges to try the Congolese opposition leader and his four associates

In a step forward in the support for Colombia’s peace process, both the World Bank and Germany have pledged financial aid and legal expertise to support post-conflict and transitional talks between the government and the FARC

The Suez public prosecutors referred 199 people, including former president Mohamed Mursi, Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie, to military trial, in a decision on Tuesday.

Radomir Radinkovic, a former intelligence officer with the Bosnian Serb Army at the Manjaca prison camp near the town of Banja Luka, testified on Tuesday that 24 Bosniaks from Sanski Most suffocated to death in a truck which Serb police used to transport them to the camp.

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