National Prosecutions


Zimbabwe has reportedly hailed Uganda's Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) saying the east African country runs one of the best JLOS on the continent.


Police arrested Josipovic and Tesic on Thursday in the Bratunac region of north-eastern Bosnia on suspicion of ordering, organising and overseeing the forced transfer of Bosniak civilians from Potocari near Srebrenica and the detention of several thousand imprisoned men and boys in Bratunac on July 13, 1995.


El proceso de transición política en Libia sufrió un revés con la abierta contestación de la legitimidad del nuevo Parlamento por parte de los islamistas, que el sábado reivindicaron la toma del aeropuerto de Trípoli.


For several weeks in July, veteran Nepali women's rights activist Renu Rajbhandari picketed in front of the Constituent Assembly, Nepal's legislative body in Kathmandu, demanding amendment of the country's rape laws.


Sri Lanka's new government won a six-month delay on Monday in the publication of a report on alleged war crimes