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Budget constraints and poor security on the ground reduce opportunities to engage with refugees and war victims in Chad.
29 May 12
Despite peace agreement and UN backing, many say it is not yet safe to go home.
27 Mar 12
Former leader of Chad has escaped prosecution for years, but wheels of justice are now slowly turning.
14 Mar 12
As prosecutors open case against senior officials charged with atrocities in Kosovo, observers say proceedings are haunted by the ghost of the ill-fated Milosevic trial.
20 Jul 06
Judge sets July date for Hague’s biggest trial, but concedes that it will only get under way properly in August.
23 May 06
Chief prosecutor slates Belgrade for the non-delivery of the Hague tribunal’s top fugitive.
9 May 06
Ex-ambassador says Croatian offensive against Serb-held territory came after the accused dismissed a peace proposal out of hand.
28 Apr 06
New courtroom development will enable defendants to be tried jointly.
7 Apr 06
Defence in Kosovo ethnic cleansing trial unhappy over judge’s preference for a July start.
3 Apr 06
Judge declares confusion at continued difficulties in assigning defence lawyers to Bosnian paramilitary Milan Lukic, as he pleads not guilty to amended charge sheet.
31 Mar 06