Media Coverage

6/26/2011

Clashes erupted between security and the families of those killed and injured during the Jan. 25 Revolution outside the courthouse on Sunday as the trial of the former interior minister was adjourned.

6/26/2011

The four surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge went on trial Monday, more than three decades after the collapse of a government that caused the death of as much as one-fourth of the population and left Cambodia a nation of traumatized survivors.

6/26/2011

Fifteen associates of former president Laurent Gbagbo, including a former premier, have been charged with challenging the "sovereignty of the state", setting up armed gangs and economic crimes.

6/25/2011

The four surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge went on trial more than three decades after the collapse of a government that caused the death of as much as one-fourth of the population of Cambodia.

6/25/2011

Tunisia on Friday acceded to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which is now set to become effective in the country on September 1, 2011.

6/25/2011

A military court has upheld the conviction of the first Guantanamo Bay prisoner to be tried for war crimes at the U.S. base in Cuba.

6/24/2011

The Asean Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights is taking shape as a panel will start discussions on drafting a declaration on human rights for the Southeast Asian region during a meeting in Vientiane next Monday.

6/24/2011

The second national event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in Canada will take place June 27-July 1.

6/24/2011

A former Rwandan women's minister has been sentenced to life in prison for her role in the genocide and the rape of Tutsi women and girls.

6/24/2011

The Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission in Kenya has initiated the process of having its tenure extended by another six months.

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