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Anti-police brutality campaigners have launched a petition to reform the Cyprus police’s disciplinary procedure and increase transparency, following the return to duty of police officers who were filmed violently assaulting two innocent students five years ago.


A Gacaca Court of Appeal in Rwanda handed a life sentence with special provisions to Augustin Nkundabazungu for genocide on June 2.


The man accused of overseeing the worst massacre of civilians in Europe since World War II was flown to The Hague on Tuesday for trial after judges rejected his argument that he was too frail to be extradited.


Ousted Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal, will face trial Aug. 3 on charges of ordering the killing of protesters and fraud, a judicial source said Wednesday.


A former director of Colombia’s intelligence agency DAS is being taken to trial for the second time for his alleged role in a political assassination.


Judges of the ICC rejected the Kenyan Government’s challenges to the admissibility of the two Kenya cases, also known as 'the Ocampo Six'.


A five-point deal reached between the political parties and signed in the wee hours of Sunday extended the CA term by three months and forced resignation on Prime Minister Jhalanath Khanal.


The arrest of Ratko Mladic is a major step towards reconciliation in the Balkans, analysts said, but the region is still a long way from healing the wounds of its tragic history.


Apartheid victims demanded that the state honour its reparations obligations to everyone and not just those identified by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).


The South African Coalition for Transitional Justice (SACTJ) has released a press statement indicating that it rejects the regulations gazetted by the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development (DOJ&CD) earlier this month, and related to the ‘payment of educational assistance and health benefits exclusively to victims identified by the TRC’.