Spanish parliament passes law to limit judges from taking cases of torture or war crimes in other countries. Is this a blow for universal justice?
Members of MEK in Iraq find it difficult to find a place to live outside Camp Ashraf
The camp is the last place belonging to the MEK Iranian opposition group, and concerns are growing over potential violence if Iraq moves forcefully to shut it down.
Some Guantánamo detainees – with new legal protections for statements made under interrogation – will be tried.
Abusive interrogation techniques in Abu Ghraib followed approval of their use in Guantánamo, says a report by Senate Armed Services Committee.
Disarmed by US forces in 2003, the 3,400 People’s Mujahideen members at Camp Ashraf have been asked to leave by the Iraqi government.
Out of 800,000 deaths emerged a new system of justice and more peacekeepers. But will either prove effective or enduring?
The confidential report, published Sunday, could bolster calls for legal action against the Bush administration.