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  • War crimes trial of Ratko Mladic, Bosnia's military leader, begins

     
    Bosnia war leader faces war crimes charges; Trial to hear testimony of Balkan atrocities...
  • Europe tackles torture allegations that were swept aside in U.S.

     
    Global Focus: When CIA agents nabbed an Egyptian cleric on the streets of Milan and whisked him off for interrogation in a country that turned a blind eye to torture they violated international law and were justly sentenced to prison, Italy's highest...
  • Four peacekeepers killed in Darfur in evening ambush

     
    Four peacekeepers were slain and eight injured in an ambush in West Darfur, the African Union and United Nations joint mission to the troubled region said Wednesday. It remains unclear who was behind the Tuesday evening attack less than a mile and a...
  • Cambodia radio broadcaster jailed 20 years for inciting rebellion

     
    A Cambodian radio broadcaster was sentenced Monday to 20 years behind bars for stirring up an insurrection against the state, charges that human rights groups say are a fig leaf for the government squelching dissent. Mam Sonando, the 71-year-old founder...
  • International court weighs whether Libya can try Kadafi son

     
    The International Criminal Court opened a hearing Tuesday over the fate of the son of Moammar Kadafi, who stands accused of grim crimes against humanity. Yet the question before the international court was not his guilt or innocence – but where to...
  • Egypt's pardoning of revolutionaries draws praise, cynicism

     
    Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s blanket pardon of hundreds of activists arrested during last year’s revolution and its turbulent aftermath was a morally wise and politically timed move from a leader attempting to calm his critics amid...
  • Former Balkan leader proclaims innocence of genocide charges

     
    Former Balkan war leader defends himself in international court; Radovan Karadazic says he is innocent of war crimes and should be rewarded...
  • Guantanamo terrorism convictions proving vulnerable on appeal

     
    Global Focus: Salim Hamdan has been home in his native Yemen for nearly four years since completing his sentence at Guantanamo Bay for providing "material support to terrorism" -- six years of domestic service to Osama bin Laden as gardener, bodyguard and...
  • Iranians react to new EU sanctions over nuclear development

     
    Soon after he learned of the new European Union sanctions on Iran, Mohammad decided to take out a large bank loan so he could place an order for zinc plates from China....
  • Uganda, Rwanda deny U.N. accusations of backing DRC rebels

     
    Uganda and Rwanda angrily rejected accusations of backing rebels in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after a United Nations report tying them to the insurgents was leaked to reporters this week. The confidential U.N. report, leaked to Reuters on...
  • Heartbreak Hill: South African rider's Olympic dream dashed

     
    Heartbreak Hill: South African rider Paul Hart's Olympic dream was dashed when the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled him and his horse Heartbreak Hill out of the South African Olympics team for the equestrian discipline of eventing. The court ordered...