Media Coverage

7/11/2011

Interpol has circulated arrest warrants for four suspects in the 2005 assassination of Lebanese statesman Rafik al-Hariri, the UN-backed tribunal said on Sunday.

7/10/2011

Uganda opened its first war crimes trial against a commander of the Lord's Resistance Army rebels accused of brutal civilian killings during a 20-year war in the north of the country.

7/8/2011

Indonesian villagers who accused Exxon Mobil Corp's security forces of murder, torture and other atrocities have regained their right to sue the giant oil company in the U.S.

7/8/2011

Colombia's president is asking for forgiveness from victims of a 2000 massacre by paramilitaries that is considered one of the bloodiest chapters in the country's long-running internal conflict.

7/7/2011

O governo federal, em parceria com universidades públicas e privadas do país, vai desenvolver observatórios universitários para pesquisar sobre a violação dos direitos humanos no Brasil para subsidiar o trabalho da Comissão Nacional da Verdade.

7/7/2011

The Honduras Truth and Reconciliation Commission has concluded that the removal from office of former President Manuel Zelaya was a coup.

7/6/2011

The Appeal Court in The Hague sentenced Joseph Mpambara to life imprisonment for war crimes committed during the genocide in Rwanda.

7/6/2011

Iraqi authorities uncovered a mass grave with 900 corpses near the central city of Diwaniyah on Wednesday, believed to be Kurds killed during the rule of ousted dictator Saddam Hussein, an official said.

7/6/2011

A court in Colombia has sentenced eight soldiers to 60 years each in jail for killing four farmers and then claiming the men were left-wing guerrillas.

7/3/2011

Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) issues amendment to rules of procedure.

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