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NAIROBI, Kenya -- As tensions mounted over repeated failures to issue results in Kenya’s tightly fought presidential contest, the election commission Friday said there would be a further delay but promised the announcement later in the evening....
A political coalition in Kenya called Thursday for a halt to tallying votes in the country's presidential race, alleging that the process “lacks integrity” and should be restarted. The running mate of Prime Minister Raila Odinga, who has...
Nairobi, KENYA -- Kenyans lined up before dawn Monday to vote in a tight presidential election, with tribal tensions simmering beneath the surface despite vows by politicians and activists to prevent the bloody clashes that marred a disputed 2007...
MEXICO CITY — On the eve of Mexico's Day of the Dead this year, authorities in Veracruz declared triumphantly that they had solved one of the decade's most notorious slayings of a journalist in Mexico. They trotted before reporters a sad-sack...
Tags: Journalism, International Law, Human Rights, Mexico, Government
Lance Armstrong’s interest in cooperating with anti-doping authorities does not include plans to speak to the agency that most thoroughly detailed the transgressions that left him stripped of his seven Tour de France cycling titles. Armstrong on...
GUATEMALA CITY — When a judge ruled to admit all the prosecution documents and expert witnesses in the genocide trial here of Gen. Efraķn Rķos Montt last week — ensuring that Guatemala will be the first country in history to try one of its own...
Tags: Lawyers, Genocide, International Law, Trials, Justice System
Libya must hand over its former intelligence chief under ousted strongman Moammar Kadafi, the International Criminal Court has ordered. The push to surrender Abdullah Senussi is the latest turn in the tug-of-war over where Kadafi insiders will stand...
MADRID -- A Spanish doctor accused of masterminding one of the world's biggest sports doping rings took the stand Tuesday at his trial here, telling the court that the blood transfusions he administered to athletes were safe and legal at the time....
MEXICO CITY – Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt will stand trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity, a Guatemalan judge ruled Monday, in incidents that took place during the height of the Central American nation's brutal...
Tags: Lawyers, Genocide, Trials, International Law, Human Rights
The Philippines is taking a feud with China to an international tribunal, it announced Tuesday, the latest turn in the simmering dispute over a string of rocky outcroppings in the South China Sea. In a claim shared Tuesday with the Chinese ambassador,...
As aid groups bemoan the suffering of people in embattled Mali, the International Criminal Court said it launched an investigation Wednesday of alleged crimes against humanity committed by armed groups in the country. The suspected crimes include...
JERUSALEM – Israel took another step Wednesday toward developing a highly sensitive plot of West Bank land, submitting construction plans for nearly 3,400 units of new Jewish housing on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The project, known as E-1, has...
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