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November 23, 2017

Vladimir Putin has met with Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir today in Moscow. International Criminal Court has issued two warrants for arrest of the latter in 2009 and 2010 for war crimes, crimes against humanity and crime of genocide.

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Plotnitsky

Over 200 Ivorians repatriated from Libya amid slavery disclosure

The government and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) have repatriated more than 200 vulnerable citizens from Libya after the CNN disclosed the barbaric practice in the country. 462 more words

Human Interest

Once triumphant Bosnian Serb commander Mladic reduced to frail genocide defendant

 Reuters International

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A mural of former Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic is seen on a building in Gacko, Bosnia and Herzegovina November 8, 2017. 243 more words

Europe

Exclusive: Amnesty pledges to consider if Israel is committing apartheid

In an unprecedented development, Amnesty International has pledged to consider whether the Israeli government is committing the crime of apartheid in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). 1,017 more words

Articles

U.S. Warns Palestinians: Enter Peace Talks With Israel, or You May Lose U.S. Embassy

Move by Tillerson is based on provision to U.S. law that stipulates Palestinians must close their U.S. office if they try to prosecute Israelis for war crimes… 657 more words

CSOs implore the Govt. of Uganda to arrest and surrender Omar Al Bashir of Sudan

Civil society organizations in Africa have raised concern over Omar Al Bashir visit to Uganda and call on the authorities to arrest and surrender him to the International Criminal Court for trial. 404 more words

Security

Amnesty slams Syrian regime for crimes against humanity

Amnesty International says the Syrian regime has conducted unlawful sieges aimed at forcing civilians from their homes ahead of “reconciliation” accords. It accuses Damascus of using “surrender or starve” tactics. 429 more words