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Rape victim seeks justice for wartime crimes: Bosnia grants first-time compensation

Jun 25, 2015

Rape victim seeks justice for wartime crimes: Bosnia grants first-time compensation

A Bosnian court Wednesday ordered two former soldiers to compensate a woman they raped during the 1990s conflict in an unprecedented ruling that one NGO said could open the door to justice for thousands of victims. #World #NewsTracker #compensation #War Crimes #Rape victim #Bosnia-Hercegovina
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
New Sri Lanka govt asks UN to delay report on war crimes

Feb 12, 2015

New Sri Lanka govt asks UN to delay report on war crimes

Sri Lanka Wednesday urged the UN to delay a report into alleged war crimes during the island's civil war to allow the new government to complete its own probe. #World #Sri Lanka #LTTE #TheySaidIt #War Crimes #Maithripala Sirisena #Mangala Samaraweera #UN High Commissioner of Human Rights
Special tribunal sentences Bangladesh war collaborator to death

Dec 30, 2014

Special tribunal sentences Bangladesh war collaborator to death

Islam was the leader of a militia group in the country's northern region that collaborated with Pakistan's military in confronting fighters who fought for Bangladesh's independence. #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Dhaka #War Crimes #War Crimes Tribunal #Mass Murder #ATM Azharul Islam #!971 Bangladesh War
UN chief asks Sri Lanka to cooperate with war crimes probe

Dec 24, 2014

UN chief asks Sri Lanka to cooperate with war crimes probe

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has asked Sri Lanka to cooperate with the UN-mandated probe into allegations of war crimes committed towards the end of the nearly three decades-long civil war. #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #Civil War #Ban Ki-moon #Sri Lanka civil war #UN chief #Sri Lanka war crimes
Bangladesh war crimes: Tribunal sentences ex-minister to death

Dec 23, 2014

Bangladesh war crimes: Tribunal sentences ex-minister to death

A total of 32 witnesses, one being a "war child" who was born as a result of rape of a woman, testified against Kaisar while another of the witnesses was a member of the Kaisar Bahini. #NewsTracker #Bangladesh Liberation War #Bangladesh war crimes tribunal #Jaamat-e-Islami
And then I fainted: Survivors remember rape during the Bangladesh War

Dec 14, 2014

And then I fainted: Survivors remember rape during the Bangladesh War

In his book The Colonel Who Would Not Repent about the Bangladesh war and its legacy, Salil Tripathi devotes a chapter to the stories of the women who were raped during Bangladesh's freedom struggle. #Bangladesh #Rape #BookExcerpt #Salil Tripathi #1971 war crimes in Bangladesh #rape survivors #The Colonel Who Would Not Repent