2011-09-28 04:37:50Govt Proposes Solution to Western Sahara DisputeMorocco has reiterated to the United Nations that it is ready to intensify talks to resolve the dispute over the Western Sahara on the basis of autonomy.
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:57Grace Mugabe's Bedroom Coup[Zimbabwe Independent] WHEN former war veterans' leader Jabulani Sibanda last October warned of a "bedroom coup" brewing in Zanu PF ahead of the party's acrimonious December congress, his remarks could have simply been dismissed as polemics in an intensifying succession battle.
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:56Give Peace a Chance in the CAR[JusticeInfo.net] Last weeks witnessed more of the same in Africa : A failed coup d'Etat in Burundi, the massive violation of the seventh cease-fire in South-Sudan, and a gloomy peace treaty signing ceremony in Bamako in the absence of the Tuaregs, the main party to the Malian conflict.
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:52The Hopes of Gay Mozambicans[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican gay community has declared its wish for Mozambique "to become a world reference in defence of the fundamental rights and freedoms of each and every one of us".
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:49Ending Genocide in Rwanda Does Not Excuse Murder[JusticeInfo.net] When Emmanuel Karenzi Karake, the head of Rwanda's intelligence services, was brought into the dock of a London court on Thursday, he clasped his hands above his head in a two-fisted salute to the public gallery. Dozens cheered; others looked on in silence. For some, Karenzi Karake is a hero, a key member of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) which ended the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. But for others, he is responsible for many killings and other abuses in the post-genocide era.
Friday, 07-03-15, 15:48Negotiating Forgiveness for Mass Crimes[JusticeInfo.net] After massive violations of human rights, many countries have introduced policies of forgiveness. But how do they work? This is the subject of a series of articles by Pierre Hazan, JusticeInfo.net Head of Project and associate professor at the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland.