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For peace in the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda must be brought to justice

Kambale Musavuli talks about the first installment of reparations that Uganda has paid to the Democratic Republic of Congo for war crimes and atrocities in the 90s. He also explains why the process of ensuringjustice is far from complete

Walden Bello arrest Philippines Filipino activist and former vice-presidential candidate Walden Bello released on bail

Members of Bello’s leftwing coalition Laban ng Masa (in English, ‘Fight of the Masses’) have condemned the arrest, suggesting that it is part of a crackdown led by Sara Duterte and those allied with her

Gaza blockade: How many more people have to die?

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News talks about the 15-year-long blockade of Gaza by Israel and Egypt and the role of the international community in continuing this brutal siege

France announces troop withdrawal from Mali after nearly a decade and other stories

Today we look at the withdrawal of French troops from Mali after 9 years, a report on Dutch colonial violence during Indonesia’s independence war, and more

Can Israel stop the world from saying ‘apartheid’? Concealing the suffering in Palestine

Israel attempts to improve its public image to counter efforts by human rights organizations that reveal the nature of Israeli apartheid

Sudha Bharadwaj granted bail in Bhima Koregaon case after 3 years and other stories

Today we look at the release of Indian activist Sudha Bharadwaj after 3 years in jail, the murder of Filipino journalist Jesus Malabanan, and more

With attack on Palestinian rights groups, Israel’s impunity is on full display

Raja Shehadeh, Palestinian writer, and activist, and founder of the rights group Al-Haq, talks about the recent Israeli decision to designate six organizations as terrorists

Ivorian leader Laurent Gbagbo re-ignites Nkrumah’s vision

On a recent trip to Côte d’Ivoire, Kwesi Pratt, Jnr attended the launch of former president Laurent Gbagbo’s new political party and reflected on his vision for the future

Murder of young Venezuelan immigrants rekindles tension between Colombia and Venezuela

Caracas has promised to take the case to the UN and claims that it is part of larger “politics of hatred and persecution by high authorities”

Lawyers urge ICC to probe Saudi-led coalition’s war crimes in Yemen & other stories

Today we look at the latest efforts to prosecute war crimes committed in Yemen at the ICC, the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan & more

Colombian Congress debates motions of censure against defense minister Diego Molano

Two motions of censure have been presented against defense minister Diego Molano by the opposition for the unprecedented level of violence and human rights violations committed by national security forces in the past four weeks of the national strike

UN warns of mass displacement and food insecurity in Myanmar and other stories

Today we look at forced displacements under the military coup in Myanmar, a complaint against Chile’s President Piñera in the ICC, and more