2012-03-13 11:16:09New Leaders Making Quick Progress, Clinton Says[State Department]
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton praised the work of Libya's interim government and its positive encouragement of better governance, the private sector and Libyan civil society in the four months it has been in power.
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 17:06Kenyatta Not Off the Hook - Prosecutor[The Hague Trials Kenya] New filing by Fatou Bensouda suggests the ICC chief prosecutor is not quite done with Uhuru Kenyatta.
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 17:01Where Are Missing Journalists? Asks NGO[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) wrote yesterday to Eritrea's ambassador in France responding to the accusations she made against RSF in a letter to the head of UNESCO's Division of Freedom of Expression and Media Development, in which she denied that three journalists - Dawit Habtemichael, Mattewos Habteab and Wedi Itay - died in detention.
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 16:58Progress Made in Peace Talks, Says Envoy[UN News] "Tangible" results have been achieved for a political deal in Libya, but concrete solutions to the conflict will only be reached when all parties agree on a final draft, the United Nations envoy facilitating efforts to restore peace in the North African country said today.
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 16:53Cache Containing Five Homemade Bombs Discovered in Jijel[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -A detachment of the People's National Army on Tuesday discovered a cache in the locality of El-Aouana (Jijek 356-km east of Algiers) containing five homemade bombs, foodstuffs and other objects, said Wednesday the Ministry of National Defence.
Wednesday, 09-02-15, 16:52Congolese Warlords At the International Criminal Court[Deutsche Welle] The trial has now begun in The Hague of Bosco Ntaganda, accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity. He is not the only Congolese warlord to have to answer to the International Criminal Court.