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Concern at trend towards assigning lawyers to represent victims rather than letting them choose their own.
Despite offering a less repressive environment, Kenya too bans homosexual acts.
Prospect of aid is welcomed, but those who suffered wonder why it has taken so long to begin assessing their needs.
Hague court says it is serious about gender-based crimes. But it is yet to secure a conviction.
As the court asks for a bigger budget, it will need to consider where cost savings can be made.
16 Sep 08
At remarkable ceremony, dejected-looking Mugabe promises to honour power-sharing deal so nation could begin process of reconstruction.
10 Sep 08
When government banned aid groups from distributing food, people resorted to other ways of surviving.
28 Aug 08
Experts say more specialist care is needed for psychological trauma caused by war.
26 Aug 08
ZANU-PF officials reportedly compounding chronic food shortages by seizing grain delivered to state depot.
26 Aug 08
Residents of remote village say measures taken by authorities to feed poor Zimbabweans are having negligible impact.
22 Aug 08
IWPR trainees in Khartoum reveal how the authorities there sought to engineer protests against the ICC indictement of the Sudanese president.
21 Aug 08
Ten arrested, others flee as corruption inquiry into development projects gathers pace.
14 Aug 08
President honours army top brass including those accused of orchestrating election campaign violence.
13 Aug 08
Zimbabweans say politicians seem too worried about their own futures to think of wider problems.
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