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A Pentagon investigation into how a Medal of Honor nomination was lost possibly because of an improper effort to kill the award is focused on its mishandling by members of the chain of command that included retired Army Gen...The investigation is
TNA MP calls for international investigations on prisoners of war [TamilNet, Sunday, 15 September 2013, 23:51 GMT] Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarian Suresh Premachandran has called for an international investigation on the state of
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Following a report by Al-Jazeera satellite television channel, and a request by Yasser Arafat's widow Suha, the
Wymoo International, a private investigation and international background check company, announced today that the firm will be adding to its team of investigators and support staff in response to its growing international investigation business.
The U.N.'s top human rights body urged Sri Lanka on Thursday to properly investigate alleged war crimes committed by both sides during the country's quarter-century conflict with the Tamil Tiger rebels. The U.N. Human Rights
Honduras (AP) — Press groups on Monday called for an international investigation into attacks on journalists in Honduras after a radio host was killed by machete blows, bringing to 19 the number of media employees slain over the past two years.
The United Nations Human Rights Council should act on the recommendations in a report commissioned by the UN Secretary-General detailing grave abuses during the final months of Sri Lanka’s armed conflict, Human Rights Watch said today.
Why a sports boycott is essential for justice TYO [TamilNet, Saturday, 02 July 2011, 05:50 GMT] With Sri Lanka defiantly rejecting international calls for war crimes investigations into the mass killings of over 40,000 Tamil civilians in 2009,
Two more European countries have expressed support for international investigations into human rights abuses in Burma, following protests in London targeting six European countries. Latvia stated it supports a UN Commission of Inquiry; in principle',