The Serbian war crimes prosecution on Monday ordered a new examination of the site at the Centre May 13 police training centre in the Belgrade neighbourhood of Batajnica after receiving information that one more mass grave could be located there.
The conflict victims, who suffered at the hands of the state, have suggested that the Recommendation Committee include representatives from both the warring sides in the commissions of inquiry on truth and reconciliation and enforced disappearances.
A Bucharest court on Wednesday started the trial of Alexandru Visinescu, a former prison commander accused of aggravated murder in the deaths of at least 12 political prisoners under the Communist regime.
The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record $554m to settle longstanding claims by the largest native American tribe that its funds and natural resources were mishandled for decades by the US government.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos vowed this week that cases related to extra-judicial killings and human rights breaches committed by the Colombian military would never be tried in military courts.
The International Criminal Court is opening a new investigation into atrocities including murder, rape and persecution during ruthless sectarian fighting since 2012 in the Central African Republic, the court's prosecutor said Wednesday.