Gunmen in Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa shot dead a Muslim cleric accused by Washington and the United Nations of supporting al-Qaida-linked militants in Somalia, sparking rioting by youths who burned at least one police car and stoned businesses.
A court in Egypt has sentenced a man to five years in prison and another 75 people to one-year suspended sentences in connection with attacks on the Israeli and Saudi embassies in Cairo last year, a court official has said.
On August 25, Spokesperson of the Tunisian government and Minister of Human Rights and Transitional Justice Samir Dilou launched an open day of discussions with local associations concerning the path of transitional justice in Tunisia.
The caretaker government has proposed amnesty to perpetrators of conflict-era serious human rights violations in the draft ordinance on transitional justice mechanisms under consideration in the cabinet.
Groups concerned with human rights and transitional justice in Nepal have sought to bring the situation to the attention of Pablo de Greiff, the first Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of nonrecurrence.