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A decision on whether to charge Gerry Adams over the abduction and murder of Jean McConville is expected within weeks, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.

The British Government has "washed its hands" of an obligation to oversee an inquiry into the army shooting of an IRA man more than 40 years ago, the High Court heard today.

A government-appointed committee charged with ‎drafting three laws necessary to pave the way for Egypt's ‎long-delayed parliamentary elections has rejected suggestions of ‎amendments to these laws put forward by opposition political parties. ‎

During his visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina last weekend, Pope Francis mentioned the word ‘peace’ more than 50 times in his sermons, but at the same time stressed that it was impossible to achieve without justice.

The alleged commander of a militia accused of committing atrocities during Bangladesh's 1971 independence war has been sentenced to death.

Britain is drafting a UN Security Council resolution to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre and reflect on the UN's failure to prevent genocide.

The South African History Archive (SAHA) has filed court papers seeking a final order compelling the Department of Justice and Correctional Service (DoJ), to grant public access to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Victims database. Court action is a last resort, and this application seeks to put an end to a six year wait for the DoJ to release the TRC Victims database to SAHA, as per a decision of the then Minister of Justice under the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2000(PAIA).

Nepal's rival political parties have reached agreement on a new constitution that will divide the country into eight provinces, ending years of deadlock, according to a minister.

The prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday that a mass grave containing the remains of several war victims has been found in Bratunac in eastern Bosnia and another containing ten bodies is being exhumed in Bihac in the north-west.

The entire former command of an army battalion based in Medellin is investigated for the alleged killing of more than 70 civilians who were dressed up as guerrillas and secured numerous honors for the unit.

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