Media Coverage

7/14/2011

The former Guadalcanal Revolutionary Army Commander Andrew Te'e has received a conditional pardon from the Solomon Islands Governor General Sir Frank Kabui.

7/14/2011

UN officials and the Security Council called for a halt to the fighting in the Sudanese state of Southern Kordofan amid reports of aerial bombings of civilians and mass graves.

7/14/2011

The General Assembly of the UN admitted South Sudan as its 193rd member, sealing the new African country's independence after decades of conflict.

7/14/2011

Libya has accused NATO of killing more than 1,100 civilians in its air strikes in support of rebel forces since the end of March.

7/14/2011

Two ex-military officers have been sentenced to life for abuses at one of Argentina's most notorious prisons run by the country's former dictatorship.

7/13/2011

The International Crimes Tribunal will hear the framing of charges against Jamaat-e-Islami leader Delwar Hossain Sayedee on Aug 10.

7/13/2011

Mexico's Supreme Court has ruled that soldiers accused of human rights abuses against civilians should be tried in civilian - not military - courts.

7/13/2011

US authorities on Tuesday deported a former Guatemalan special forces soldier accused of participating in a 1982 massacre that claimed at least 162 lives.

7/12/2011

The Victims’ Participation Unit of the STL has today opened applications for victims to participate in the proceedings before the Tribunal.

7/12/2011

A campaign group has said the US president should order a criminal investigation into alleged torture sanctioned by the Bush administration.

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