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Countries have gradually moved their conflicts to the legal arena, but how the losing country reacts to the verdict will be telling.
S highest court has issued an international arrest warrant for a former president who settled in the United States more than a decade ago after being ousted in a popular revolt. Judge Ximena Vintimilla of the National Court of Justice on Wednesday
At least nine people died in 30 lynchings in Bolivia last year. Photograph: Dan Collyns for the Guardian The writing was on the wall. Daubed in white paint on adobe bricks, it read: "Thieves who are caught will be burned alive." The zero-tolerance
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They are indigenous inspectors documenting the damages caused by oil industry activity in three river basins in the Peruvian Amazon region...At the end of every month, with the skill of an environmental engineer, Wilson Sandi prepares a work plan
Jose Luis Alvarez probably knows he'll be the butt of jokes when he takes his Smart through scrutineering for the 2013 Dakar rally in Lima, but perhaps his gamble is not as crazy as it looks... The Dakar, a world of adventure, is also the perfect
British-born computer software pioneer John McAfee has told Sky News he expects to be released from detention in Central America today. He told Jeff Randall that he is "100% certain" he will soon be heading for America. The 67-year-old is currently
So much of this job is to instil confidence. You need to be the leader.' Photograph: Bohdan Cap Sam Mendes , director of Skyfall , hesitates...It is, after all, partly thanks to him that Bond has recently acquired a psyche...After a moment, he
How an American Acrobat Introduced Circus to Japan and Japan to the West, by Frederik L...Stone Bridge Press, 2012, 336 pp., $35 (hardcover) When a storyteller wields a scholar's pen, history truly comes alive. When that history crosses the world and
Netherlands (AP) Lawyers for Chile's government argued Thursday that judges at the United Nations' highest court should reject a request by Peru to draw a maritime boundary between the two countries, arguing the boundary was settled in a 1952 treaty.