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11 May 14
Analysts doubt that court signatories will use political leverage to advance cases.
7 May 14
Authorities struggle to bring prosecutions for what many still view as a legitimate cultural practice.
6 May 14
First of three reports looks at neutrality and bias in state-run and commercial media outlets.
2 May 14
Legislation condemned as a major setback for women.
1 May 14
Plaintiffs hope lawsuit will lead to fresh investigations into 2007-08 attacks.
29 Apr 14
Some lawyers say it was wise to rein in legislators, but warn against judges meddling in politics.
28 Apr 14
As prosecutors struggle to present evidence against top officials, opinion is split on tribunal’s local impact.
23 Apr 14
Although ruling is welcomed, legal experts warn that witness testimony may not strengthen prosecution case against Kenyan deputy president.
17 Apr 14
Rights groups warn that counter-terror crackdown will discriminate against Somalis while bringing few tangible security gains.
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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.
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