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Bosnia marks 20 years since Srebrenica massacre
Bosnia marks 20 years since Srebrenica massacre

Thousands of people were pouring into Srebrenica to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the massacre of thousands of Muslims in the worst mass killing in Europe since World War II.

Bosnia marks 20 years since Srebrenica massacre
Merkel urges Bosnia to work for future without 'genocide'
Merkel urges Bosnia to work for future without 'genocide'

Germany urged Bosnia to work towards a future in which a "genocide" such as the massacre of Muslims 20 years ago would no longer be possible.

Merkel urges Bosnia to work for future without 'genocide'
Cambodia marks 'Day of Anger' to remember K.Rouge victims
Cambodia marks 'Day of Anger' to remember K.Rouge victims

More than 1,000 people marked Cambodia's annual "Day of Anger" against the genocidal former Khmer Rouge regime.

Cambodia marks 'Day of Anger' to remember K.Rouge victims
Armenians to mark 100 years since Ottoman massacre
Armenians to mark 100 years since Ottoman massacre

Armenians worldwide will mark the centenary of an Ottoman massacre of up to 1.5 million of their people on Friday.

Armenians to mark 100 years since Ottoman massacre
Obama avoids term 'genocide' in Armenian massacre
Obama avoids term 'genocide' in Armenian massacre

US President Barack Obama described the World War I massacre of Armenians as "terrible carnage" but avoided the term genocide.

Obama avoids term 'genocide' in Armenian massacre
Turkey 'stops Bosnian Serb leader from travelling to Armenia'
Turkey 'stops Bosnian Serb leader from travelling to Armenia'

Turkey stopped Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik's plane from flying over its territory, preventing him from attending a ceremony to mark the centenary of the Armenian genocideю

Turkey 'stops Bosnian Serb leader from travelling to Armenia'
War of words as Armenians fight for genocide recognition a century on
War of words as Armenians fight for genocide recognition a century on

Armenians are still battling to get the World War I slaying of their ancestors recognised as a genocide.

War of words as Armenians fight for genocide recognition a century on
EU parliament urges Turkey to recognise 'Armenian genocide'
EU parliament urges Turkey to recognise 'Armenian genocide'

The European Parliament urged Turkey to use the centenary of Ottoman-era massacres to "recognise the Armenian genocide".

EU parliament urges Turkey to recognise 'Armenian genocide'
Erdogan vows to brush off any EU parliament genocide decision
Erdogan vows to brush off any EU parliament genocide decision

Turkish President warned Turkey would ignore any decision by the European Parliament qualifying the 1915 killings of Armenians in World War I as genocide.

Erdogan vows to brush off any EU parliament genocide decision
Pope on diplomatic tightrope with Armenian genocide mass
Pope on diplomatic tightrope with Armenian genocide mass

Pope Francis will mark the 100th anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians with a special ceremony.

Pope on diplomatic tightrope with Armenian genocide mass
Amal Clooney in court to condemn Armenia genocide-denier
Amal Clooney in court to condemn Armenia genocide-denier

A long-running battle over one man's denial of the Armenian genocide returned to the European Court of Human Rights.

Amal Clooney in court to condemn Armenia genocide-denier
Cambodia court begins genocide trial of Khmer Rouge leaders
Cambodia court begins genocide trial of Khmer Rouge leaders

Cambodia's UN-backed Khmer Rouge court began a second trial of two former regime leaders on charges including genocide of Vietnamese people and ethnic Muslims, forced marriages and rape.

Cambodia court begins genocide trial of Khmer Rouge leaders
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. ©Reuters/Andreea Campeanu
UN inquiry finds war crimes on both sides in C. Africa

UN investigators say talk of genocide or ethnic cleaning in the Central African Republic is premature, but that evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity exists on both sides.

UN inquiry finds war crimes on both sides in C. Africa
As Rwanda marks genocide, no justice for DR Congo massacres
As Rwanda marks genocide, no justice for DR Congo massacres

Twenty years after the genocide of Rwanda's Tutsi minority, the massacres of Hutu civilians who fled across the border into the DR Congo remain a taboo subject in Kigali.

As Rwanda marks genocide, no justice for DR Congo massacres
French court sentences Rwandan over genocide
French court sentences Rwandan over genocide

A French court sentenced a former Rwandan army captain to 25 years in prison over the 1994 genocide Friday, in a landmark ruling just weeks ahead of the massacre's 20th anniversary.

French court sentences Rwandan over genocide
Yunus-bek Yevkurov. Photo a courtesy of berkate.ru
70th anniversary of Ingush Genocide: Head of State expresses gratitude to Kazakhstan

Head of the southern Russian republic of Ingushetia Yunus-bek Yevkurov expressed his gratitude to Kazakhstanis in a letter addressed to President Nazarbayev.

70th anniversary of Ingush Genocide: Head of State expresses gratitude to Kazakhstan
International court to hear Croatia, Serbia genocide claims
International court to hear Croatia, Serbia genocide claims

The UN's highest International Court of Justice is to hear arguments next month in a long-running genocide case that threatens to sour relations between Croatia and Serbia.

International court to hear Croatia, Serbia genocide claims
UN warns of 'genocide' in C. Africa as parliament seeks new leader
UN warns of 'genocide' in C. Africa as parliament seeks new leader

The UN has warned that bloodshed in the Central African Republic could turn into genocide as horrors continue to unfold in the country where parliament is preparing to choose a new leader.

UN warns of 'genocide' in C. Africa as parliament seeks new leader
Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide
Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide

Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty of genocide and war crimes Friday in a landmark ruling stemming from massacres of indigenous people in his country's long civil war.

Ex-Guatemalan ruler found guilty of genocide
Former Khmer Rouge leader ''Brother Number Two'' Nuon Chea. ©REUTERS/Nhet Sokheng/ECCC
KRouge 'Brother Number Two' fit for trial: experts

Pol Pot's former deputy Nuon Chea is fit to continue with his trial for war crimes and genocide, medical experts told Cambodia's Khmer Rouge court on Monday following the death of a co-defendant.

KRouge 'Brother Number Two' fit for trial: experts