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Deal between government, conflicting factions has been reached earlier this month to stop fighting
It is now 70 years since what was perhaps the most important trial in the history of mankind. What makes this circumstance particularly significant is that it was the first time in history that a murderous regime of a defeated state was put to trial by the victorious powers after a particularly cruel and vicious …
Deutsche Bank hasn’t done enough to prevent its accounts from being misused to launder money, circumvent international sanctions or even finance terrorism, the UK’s financial regulatory agency has found.
The ministry released an annual census of crimes detected and combated
Brutal police tactics encourage terrorism and increase polarisation, according to official statement
Hundreds have been referred to military courts since the decree was issued in late October
Council strongly condemns violence resulting from Israeli offensive in Gaza; welcomes Egypt’s ceasefire initiative
Putting an end to torture requires political will, says Negad El-Borai
“The Sri Lankan government needs to go further and faster on human rights and reconciliation,” David Cameron told a press conference.
A statement on Thursday warns that violations of this kind will be met with decisive action
The sectarian clashes left seven dead
After around six months of investigations, a fact finding committee set up to examine the injury and deaths of protesters has completed its report
By Judge Sang-Hyun Song, President of the International Criminal Court Ten years ago, history was made. On 1 July 2002, the International Criminal Court (ICC) emerged as the centrepiece of a new system of international justice, carrying the hope of a future free of impunity and mass atrocities. To turn this hope into a firm …