Tunisia: An 'Exceptional Day' as Arab Spring Trial Kicks Off
The first court case brought by a Tunisian commission probing human rights violations stretching back six decades is under way with 14 former officials, including ousted dictator… Read more »
June 21, 2017
Africa: South African Court Battle Puts World Spotlight On Africa's Last Colony
While South Africans were enjoying the 1 May Workers' Day public holiday, something extraordinary was unfolding in Port Elizabeth. Read more »
March 27, 2017
Egypt: 'The Lion Is Back in His Den'
Hosni Mubarak, the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings that swept through North Africa is a free man after spending six years in detention. Legalbrief… Read more »
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