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Khmer Rouge war-crimes trial of prison chief Duch closes in surprise twist
Charles Taylor war crimes trial gets mixed reviews in Liberia
At Brandeis, Goldstone defends UN war crimes report
Goldstone report: UN votes for probe into Gaza war crimes
The new US point man on war crimes: Stephen Rapp
Karadzic boycotts own trial
Lubanga trial: Is an army of child soldiers a war crime?
International Criminal Court eyes role beyond war-crimes trials
Sudan's Bashir cancels trip after Uganda mulls arrest warrant
Charles Taylor at the Hague: Theatrical defense reminiscent of Hussein, Milosevic
For former Khmer Rouge prisoners, reparations are key to justice
Unusual Yugoslav war-crimes tribunal case: Was it contempt?
Sri Lankan civilians trapped by Tamil Tigers 'last stand'
Legacy of Rwanda's genocide: more assertive international justice
From Khmer Rouge torturer to born-again Christian
Former Khmer Rouge leader asks for forgiveness
Briefing: A rocky start for war crimes world court
World court issues arrest warrant for Sudan's Bashir
War crimes warrant for Bashir risks sparking unrest in Sudan
Sudan's President Bashir defies warrant, expels aid groups
Former president of Serbia acquitted of war crimes; five others found guilty by Hague tribunal
Sudan’s Bashir tries to stall Darfur genocide ruling
First Khmer Rouge trial begins in Cambodia
War crimes accusations rattle Israel
War crimes charges rattle Sudan
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