Media Coverage

5/24/2011

On May 24, the High Commissioner for Human Rights established a Fact Finding Mission to investigate all alleged violations of international human rights law in Syria with a view to avoiding impunity and ensuring full accountability.

5/23/2011

Egypt's public prosecutor refers former president and two sons to stand trial in a criminal court.

5/23/2011

Almost three years after it was created as part of efforts to avert the kind of violence that rocked Kenya after elections in 2007, a landmark truth commission has only recently got off the ground. But some activists fear it is a paper tiger.

5/23/2011

Presiden Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, didampingi Wapres Boediono, memimpin rapat kabinet terbatas bidang Polhukam di kantor Presiden, Senin (23/5) siang.

5/23/2011

Former Guadalcanal warlord Harold Keke appeared on Friday in the High Court in relation to four separate tension cases.

5/23/2011

Yemeni government forces have been locked in gun battles with opponents of the entrenched president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, a day after he backed out of a Gulf-brokered accord for him to step down.

5/22/2011

South Sudan has denounced as an act of war the takeover by north Sudan forces of the contested border town of Abyei.

5/21/2011

Rwanda's Gacaca grassroots courts that have judged the bulk of the people suspected of taking part in the 1994 genocide will close in December.

5/20/2011

Lawmakers in Uruguay have rejected a bill which would have scrapped an amnesty protecting officers during military rule from prosecution.

5/20/2011

On May 20, the Presidency of the International Criminal Court (ICC) assigned the situation in the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire to Pre-Trial Chamber II.

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