Rwanda's Army is flushing FDLR fighters out of Congo.
Though largely symbolic, the law could be having lasting implications.
The new administration’s stance in a rendition case raises questions about how much it will break from past policy.
An examination of China's record in Geneva Monday will test the country's willingness to answer international criticism.
Gaza doctors add to the growing number of accounts that suggest Israel used white phosphorus munitions against international norms of war.
More access by Red Cross workers is likely, but legal analysts are split on whether the prison camp will be less punitive after an Obama-ordered review.
Witness recants testimony during start of Congo militia leader Thomas Lubanga's trial.
The UN evacuated about 300 people Thursday but human rights groups say a humanitarian crisis is looming.
Nearly 1,000 refugees were detained on a remote island in December before being towed out to sea and abandoned with little food or water, rights group says.
Europeans, who have long pushed to close the controversial facility, are hesitant to take some of its inmates.