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16 Jun 01
The United Nations General Assembly appoints 27 ad-litem judges to boost the benches at The Hague court.
19 May 01
Proposals for truth commissions have sparked intense debate over how to give a voice to victims without letting perpetrators off the hook.
12 May 01
From its inauspicious beginnings, the war crimes tribunal has made huge strides, having a major impact in the Balkans, other conflict areas, and international humanitarian law.
19 Apr 01
Ordinary Albanians are running out of patience with the Macedonian authorities
19 Apr 01
Members of Serbia's former ruling party are abandoning it in droves
12 Apr 01
Montenegro is eerily calm on the eve of one of the most important elections in its history.
2 Mar 01
There are increasing signs that the US is preparing to review its commitment to the Balkans
15 Jan 01
The authorities in Podgorica hope the US government will not try to dissuade Montenegro from pursuing independence.
29 Sep 00
Economists have accused the Yerevan government of selling the cream of Armenian industry at bargain-basement prices
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For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
By Daniella Peled, IWPR Managing Editor