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  • 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...
  • KSM & Co. getting what they want at Guantanamo Bay

     
    The "trial of the century" kicks off at the Guantanamo Bay war crimes tribunal Saturday -- again -- with the arraignment of confessed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and four alleged accomplices on mass murder charges that could lead to death...
  • Human Rights Watch accuses Syria's Bashar Assad of war crimes

     
    Syrian President Bashar Assad was negotiating with a United Nations envoy to end more than a year of violence in the country, his forces were committing "war crimes" in the northwest province of Idlib, according to a Human Rights Watch report released...
  • Liberia's Charles Taylor guilty of aiding, abetting war crimes

     
    Former Liberian President Charles Taylor is found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes and crimes against humanity. Taylor faces a possible life sentence for his role in arming ruthless rebels in neighboring Sierra Leone in exchange for "blood...
  • Former prosecutor hails Charles Taylor guilty verdict

     
    Founding prosecutor the the Special Court for Sierra Leone, David M. Crane, hails Charles Taylor's guilty verdict for war crimes: David M. Crane, founding prosecutor at the Special Court for Sierra Leone, said Thursday’s conviction of former...
  • Philippines to seek counsel from the U.S. in standoff over Chinese ships

     
    The Philippines plans to seek counsel from the United States military in its two-week standoff over Chinese ships operating in the Scarborough Shoal, a new step in the simmering dispute....
  • Israeli commander won't face charges in controversial 2009 Gaza attack

     
    An Israeli military commander who ordered an air strike against a Gaza Strip home in 2009, killing 21 members of a family that was fleeing fighting, will not face criminal charges, a military prosecutor announced....
  • 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...
  • Lawyer: Fair trial in Libya for Kadafi son 'impossible' [Video]

     
    Breaking her silence since she was freed from detention in the remote Libyan town of Zintan, an International Criminal Court attorney said Friday it would be impossible for her client, the son of deposed leader Moammar Kadafi, to get a fair trial in...