Ratko Mladic was not the only high profile war criminal apprehended yesterday. Bernard Munyagishari, wanted for his role in the genocide in Rwanda, was captured by troops in the Congo just hours after the news about Mladic news hit the front pages.
Journalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros were killed in the battle for Tripoli Street in Misurata, Libya, yesterday. What motivated them to take the risks of working on the frontline?
A female Somali leader is calling for help from the diaspora and international community to support women's local political representation in an urgent case in Somalia.
Pamela Yates, director of the new film, Granito: How to Nail a Dictator, and a documentary filmmaker with Skylight Pictures, believes taking a film about war crimes prosecution to the Academy Awards could help elevate human rights causes in the West.
Thirty protesters have just been killed in shootings at a pro-democracy rally in Yemen. If there was ever a case for bringing the international community together to forge a Comprehensive Peace Agreement with opposing groups in a country before a civil war, Yemen today is that case.
Last week King's College researchers in London published a study looking into the gory details of how people were killed during the Iraq War. Based on this research, they offer some incite about how civilian casualties might be reduced in future combat.
An incendiary political mystery which began in the Lebanese Civil War may be revealed during this month's transformation of Libya. Many in Lebanon are aiming to find out what happened to Lebanese Shiite rebel leader Musa al-Sadr when he went missing in Libya in 1978.
How a newly formed Egyptian government may affect an inter-Palestinian political rivalry.