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Second 'torture camp' used by LTTE found in Sri Lanka, claims former Tamil politician

Dec 03, 2015

Second 'torture camp' used by LTTE found in Sri Lanka, claims former Tamil politician

An illegal detention centre similar to the one discovered by UN experts in eastern Sri Lanka has been found in the country's northern Jaffna district. #World #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #LTTE #Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam #News #War Crimes #Colombo #Brazil vs Colombia #Torture camps
Bangladesh hangs two opposition leaders for the war crimes committed during 1971 war

Nov 22, 2015

Bangladesh hangs two opposition leaders for the war crimes committed during 1971 war

Two top Bangladesh opposition leaders were hanged night for war crimes committed during the 1971 war of independence against Pakistan. #World #Pakistan #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Asia #Sheikh Hasina #War Crimes #1971 war #Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid #Salahuddin Quader Chowdhury
Bangladesh top court upholds death sentence to two 1971 war crime convicts

Nov 18, 2015

Bangladesh top court upholds death sentence to two 1971 war crime convicts

Bangladesh's Supreme court on Wednesday upheld its previous verdict on the death sentence of two war-crime convicts Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid and Salauddin Quader Chowdhury. #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Dhaka #1971 war crimes #BNP #Bangladesh Supreme Court #Jamaat-e-Islaami
Afghan hospital bombing: Toll rises to 22

Oct 04, 2015

Afghan hospital bombing: Toll rises to 22

The United States said on Saturday a "full investigation" is underway into a bombing at a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz that killed 19 people. #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #UN #Kabul #Investigation #DoctorsWithoutBorders #USBombing #KunduzHospital #WarCrimes #CoalitionForces
Sri Lanka promises dialogue after United Nation accuses its troops of war crimes

Sep 16, 2015

Sri Lanka promises dialogue after United Nation accuses its troops of war crimes

Sri Lanka on Wednesday promised to take note of a damning UN report on war crimes and ensure dialogue with all stakeholders to achieve "reconciliation", hours after the UN rights body accused its troops of "horrific abuses" during the last phase of the civil war with the LTTE. #United Nations #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #Mahinda Rajapaksa #War Crimes #UNHRC
UN seeks special court to investigate Sri Lankan war atrocites

Sep 16, 2015

UN seeks special court to investigate Sri Lankan war atrocites

The UN rights chief on Wednesday said that war crimes and crimes against humanity may have been committed by both sides in Sri Lanka during the period of its civil war and recommended the setting up of a hybrid special court to deliver justice to the victims. #World #NewsTracker #Mahinda Rajapaksa #UN #War Crimes #UNHRC #Sri Lankar Civil War
India confused about Pakistan policy, says Kargil martyr Saurabh Kalia's father

Jun 01, 2015

India confused about Pakistan policy, says Kargil martyr Saurabh Kalia's father

Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia's father has criticised the government for its dual stand towards Pakistan after it backtracked and said moving ICJ not practical. #India #BJP #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Kargil War #NDA #War crime #Saurabh Kalia #Martyr
Sri Lanka's domestic war crimes probe to get underway next month, will meet UN deadline: President Sirisena

May 20, 2015

Sri Lanka's domestic war crimes probe to get underway next month, will meet UN deadline: President Sirisena

Sri Lanka will begin next month its domestic probe into the alleged human rights violations during the final stages of decades-long war with the LTTE to meet the UN deadline, President Maithripala Sirisena #World #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #Maithripala Sirisena #Lanka War Crimes
More than 2,000 people sue Japan paper over 'comfort women' reports

Feb 19, 2015

More than 2,000 people sue Japan paper over 'comfort women' reports

More than 2,000 people are suing the liberal Asahi newspaper to demand that it place international advertisements apologising for its coverage of wartime sex slavery, saying it has stained Japan's reputation, #Japan #NewsTracker #Comfort women #Asahi #Japanese NewsPaper #Japan sexual slavery #Japan War crimes
Sri Lanka war crime report deferred by six month: UN Human Rights Council

Feb 17, 2015

Sri Lanka war crime report deferred by six month: UN Human Rights Council

The UN Human Rights Council has delayed by six months the release of a report into alleged war crimes committed during Sri Lanka's civil war, following request by the country's newly-elected government for more time to conclude its internal probe. #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #War Crimes #Sri Lanka civil war #human rights council #UN HRC