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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.
3 Apr 09
Catherine Ajok dodged bombs and lions to get away from the man who held her captive for over a decade.
27 Mar 09
Security forces said to have killed scores of people in an attempt to curb illegal mining.
25 Mar 09
New regulations aim to reverse the exodus of much needed public servants.
19 Mar 09
Mugabe vows to press ahead with land grabs, despite Tsvangirai’s call for them to cease.
17 Mar 09
Some of president’s allies said to be turning against him since he was indicted.
13 Mar 09
There are indications fund may resume relations with Zimbabwe and help arrest economic decline.
11 Mar 09
Falling food prices have brought measure of relief to struggling Zimbabweans.
4 Mar 09
Rights groups say country’s new administration doing little to address widespread hunger.
10 Feb 09
Citizen groups’ appeal for ICC to refrain from indicting president challenged by Darfur victims.
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