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DAKAR/THE HAGUE (Reuters) -Representatives of Myanmar's junta are expected to challenge the jurisdiction of the World Court to hear allegations the country committed genocide against its Rohingya minority in a fresh round of hearings from Feb. 21, the attorney general of Gambia, which brought the case, told Reuters on Friday.
(Reuters) - Five more corruption cases against Myanmar's former leader Aung San Suu Kyi have been taken on by a court in the military-ruled country, the latest in a string of cases brought against her since she was overthrown in a coup last year.
A representative for Myanmar’s Rohingya minority community testified in an Argentine court as a part of an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity by the Asian country’s military rulers.
A representative for Myanmar's Rohingya minority community testified in an Argentine court Thursday (Dec 16) as a part of an investigation into alleged crimes against humanity by the Asian country's military rulers.
The writer Kornelius Purba says it is time for Indonesia to demonstrate its leadership in Asean for the sake of the whole population of the region.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - World Court judges on Tuesday issued urgent decisions ordering both Azerbaijan and Armenia to prevent racial hatred in similar rulings in tit-for-tat cases brought by the feuding Central Asian neighbours.
(Reuters) - Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has had her sentence reduced from four years to two years after a partial pardon by the head of the military-appointed government, the country's state television reported on Monday.
(Reuters) - Put on trial by the generals who overthrew her elected government in a coup that cut short democratic reforms she had fought for decades to bring about, Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced on Monday to four years in prison.
Argentina's justice system will investigate allegations of war crimes committed by the Myanmar military against that country's Rohingya minority under a court ruling upholding the principles of "universal justice."