In the heart of Syria's rebel territory, away from the blasts and bullets of the frontlines, another struggle is playing out: one for a new justice system that could shape the future face of the country should the regime fall.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denied that Washington was warned of an imminent attack in Libya, stressing the United States would not rest until those behind the killings of four Americans are brought to justice.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Sunday said he was "shocked and disgusted" by reports that the Taliban publicly executed an Afghan woman accused of adultery.
The Palestinians hailed Friday's granting by UNESCO of world heritage status to the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank city of Bethlehem as an "historic day for justice."
New Minister of Justice Berik Imashev believes that Kazakhstan needs to stop its amnesty practices.
We have been trying to reach this for many years and we have finally done it: Chairman of the Supreme Court.
Creation of a new company will only take one day and the risk of corruption will be minimized: official representative of Kazakhstan Ministry of Justice.
The Alimentary Funds for single mothers is going to be established in Kazakhstan: a state fund and a community fund.