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Tunisia's newly formed "truth commission" announced on Wednesday that it has begun to hear testimony from victims of the country's post-independence dictatorships.

British security forces had thousands of agents and informants working inside Northern Ireland paramilitary groups, the BBC's Panorama has learned.

The International Commission on Missing Persons, ICMP said on Wednesday that by the end of this week, an expert group with representatives of the Bosnian Missing Persons Institute, police and prosecution, as well as a forensic anthropologist from the ICMP, will start the review in Travnik in central Bosnia.

Cuba and Norway, the guarantor countries attending Colombia’s ongoing peace talks, on Wednesday urged the Colombian government and rebel group FARC to agree to a bilateral ceasefire and put an end to ongoing escalation of violence.

Sri Lanka’s wartime army chief says his conscience is clear and he would welcome a war crimes investigation to prove his innocence.

During his quarterly briefing to the UN Security Council in New York on Tuesday, Farid Zarif, the head of the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo, UNMIK, urged the Pristina government on Tuesday to urgently establish the new EU-backed court to investigate alleged crimes committed during 1998-99 war.

An ICC witness who has previously refused to show up to testify finally appeared yesterday and refused to talk, prompting the judges to adjourn the trial.

Colombia’s schools will include peace-building and reconciliation in their curricula as the country’s government is trying to negotiate the end of a 50-year-long war with leftist rebel groups.

Several hundred people gathered on Tuesday in the village of Trnopolje, where 23 years ago the Bosnian Serb wartime leadership opened one of the most notorious detention camps of the 1992-95 conflict.

The Central African Republic (CAR) wants to learn lessons from the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC), set up within the Senegalese justice system to try former Chadian president Hissène Habré.