Yemen has launched its six-month National Dialogue but creating a just law is proving a formidable task.
The Moroccan Sahara issue and the transitional justice experience were presented Wednesday in Tunis at a series of meetings held during the world social forum.
BANGLADESH: UN rights experts appeal to all sides to immediately stop the ongoing violence.
Bosnian and Serbian war crimes prosecutors met in Sarajevo on Tuesday to discuss cooperation in war crimes investigations and appointed liaison officers for that purpose.
Between 300 and 500 genocide victims from Srebrenica will be buried at the nearby Potocari Memorial on this year's anniversary of the massacres by Bosnian Serb forces.
Over 30 different communities from the northern department of Bolivar plan to carry out a non-violent march from El Carmen to Cartagena to demand state recognition of their status as victims of Colombia’s armed conflict.
Nepal's Supreme Court has suspended an attempt by the government to set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate crimes committed during the country's 10-year civil war.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has said that he will release all political detainees in the country, AFP reported on Monday.
A group of retired soldiers and their relatives have launched a campaign to deny that a genocide occurred in Guatemala.
A Central Committee member of the World Council of Churches, and professor at the Methodist University of São Paulo, has joined up with Brazil’s National Truth Commission as a researcher.
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