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Bosnian in Vt. accused of lying about war crimes

A Bosnian immigrant accused of lying to U.S. immigration authorities by denying involvement in war crimes during the conflict in Bosnia two decades ago pleaded not guilty on Friday. Full story

Colombian leader Santos defends constitutionality of peace law

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday defended the constitutionality of a law that paved the way for ongoing peace talks with Marxist rebels, as legal challenges risk undermining efforts to end five decades of war. Full story

Marine ordered freed in Iraq war crime case

The U.S. Marine Corps released a sergeant Friday whose murder conviction was overturned in a major blow to the military's prosecution of Iraq war crimes. Full story

Bangladesh Islamist leader sentenced to death for 1971 war crimes

DHAKA (Reuters) - A Bangladesh war crimes tribunal convicted and sentenced a top Islamic party leader to death on Wednesday as his supporters clashed with security forces in different parts of the country. Full story

Bangladesh gives former Islamist leader life term for war crimes

DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh's war crimes tribunal convicted and sentenced a former Islamist party leader to life imprisonment on Monday, in the fifth such conviction since January, as violence broke out between police and his supporters across the country. Full story

Ex-Chad leader Habre faces war crimes charge: prosecutor

DAKAR (Reuters) - Chad's former president Hissene Habre will be charged with war crimes, crimes against humanity and torture at a special court in Senegal, a legal official said on Monday, a day after the ex-leader's arrest. Full story

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Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, chant slogans during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi
Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, chant slogans during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi

Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, chant slogans during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi July 18, 2013. Some dozens of students gather and protest in Karachi, against the Bangladesh war crime

A supporter of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba holds a placard while others listen to the speech of their leader during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi
A supporter of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba holds a placard while others listen to the speech of their leader during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi

A supporter of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, holds a placard while others listen to the speech of their leader during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi July 18, 2013. Some dozens of students gather and

Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, pray during a protest rally, against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal, in Karachi
Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, pray during a protest rally, against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal, in Karachi

Supporters of Islami Jamiat-e-Taliba, student wing of religious political party Jamat e Islami, pray during a protest rally against the verdict of Bangladesh war crimes tribunal in Karachi July 18, 2013. Some dozens of students gather and protest in Karachi, against the Bangladesh war crimes tribuna

File photo of Csatary, who is suspected of war crimes, leaving the prosecution building in Budapest
File photo of Csatary, who is suspected of war crimes, leaving the prosecution building in Budapest

Hungarian Laszlo Csatary, who is suspected of war crimes against Jews during Word War Two, leaves the prosecution building in Budapest in this July 18, 2012 file photo. Hungarian prosecutors on June 18, 2013 charged Csatary, 98, with war crimes committed during World War Two, saying he helped deport

Hungarian Csatary, suspected of war crimes against Jews during Word War Two, leaves the prosecution building in Budapest
Hungarian Csatary, suspected of war crimes against Jews during Word War Two, leaves the prosecution building in Budapest

Hungarian Laszlo Csatary, suspected of war crimes against Jews during Word War Two, leaves the prosecution building in Budapest July 18, 2012. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

File photo of Csatary, who is charged with war crimes, leaving a building in Budapest
File photo of Csatary, who is charged with war crimes, leaving a building in Budapest

Hungarian Laszlo Csatary leaves the prosecution building in Budapest in this July 18, 2012 file photo. Hungarian prosecutors on June 18, 2013 charged Csatary, 98, with war crimes committed during World War Two, saying he helped deport Jews to Auschwitz. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh/Files (HUNGARY - Tags: