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  • Legal team detained in Libya after meeting with jailed Kadafi son

     
    Four delegates from the International Criminal Court have been detained since Thursday in the remote Libyan town of Zintan after an arranged meeting with the imprisoned son of deposed strongman Moammar Kadafi, who is charged with crimes against humanity....
  • Report: Congo mutineer forces 149 more boys, young men to fight

     
    A Congolese army general has forced at least 149 boys and young men to join his mutinying forces in less than a month, repeating the crime for which he has long been wanted by the International Criminal Court, according to a new report from Human Rights...
  • Pakistan contends doctor's conviction wasn't tied to Bin Laden raid

     
    A Pakistani doctor arrested after helping the CIA track down Osama bin Laden was convicted and sentenced on charges of militancy and not because of his links with the effort to pinpoint the whereabouts of the Al Qaeda leader, Pakistani authorities...
  • Gestures of censure on Syria show world's outrage, paralysis

     
    The White House has expressed its "absolute disgust" over the latest massacre in Syria. Nine Western nations have expelled Syrian diplomats from their territories to underscore their revulsion. Senior United Nations officials have warned both sides in the...
  • Former Liberian President Charles Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes

     
    Former Liberian President Charles Taylor gets 50 years for war crimes: Former Liberian President Charles Taylor, 64, will likely spend the rest of his life in jail after a U.N.-backed court sentenced him to 50 years in jail for aiding and abetting war...
  • 20 children reportedly slain in recent eastern Congo violence

     
    Twenty children are believed to have lost their lives in recent outbreaks of violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, including two burned alive in their own home, UNICEF said Tuesday....
  • Egypt's presidential campaigns crisscross the nation

     
    Egypt’s first free presidential election is a week away. The 13 candidates -- those with name recognition and those whose mention draw puzzled expressions -- have been set loose upon the land with staffs and stickers, flags and banners, and sound...
  • Pakistani officials distance themselves from minister's bounty offer

     
    Pakistan’s government on Sunday distanced itself from remarks made by a federal minister who offered up to $100,000 to anyone who would kill the maker of an anti-Islamic film that sparked a wave of violent protests across the Muslim world....
  • Trial of Bosnian military leader Ratko Mladic is suspended

     
    The war crimes trial of Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serb military leader during the wars of the 1990s, was suspended after the judge declared that the prosecution had failed to hand over evidence to the defense....
  • Convicted Lockerbie Bomber Megrahi Dies in Libya

    Convicted Lockerbie Bomber Megrahi Dies in Libya
    Abdelbeset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the Lockerbie airline bombing that killed 270 people, died Sunday, the Libyan government and family members said. He was 60. The former intelligence officer, who had...
  • U.S. lends support in hunt for notorious African warlord Kony

    U.S. lends support in hunt for notorious African warlord Kony
    The lush, green forests of central Africa have long been the playground and refuge of the continent's most-notorious warlord, Joseph Kony. His Lord's Resistance Army, which began with the aim of overthrowing the Ugandan government, has since spread to...
  • Court dismisses its lifetime Olympic ban on past British dopers

    The international court decision allowing past British dopers to compete in the Olympic Games was an issue of law, not morality, no matter how much the holier-than-thou wailers from across the pond wanted to couch it as possibly leading to the end of...