Married to a sausage maker, detective novel author Nele Neuhaus spent all her free time writing and put such a lot of energy into marketing her works that a publishing house finally took notice of this stay-home mom and crime writer.
The United Kingdom is experiencing an almost unprecedented spike in hate crime against ethnic minorities. Are the authorities helpless to combat the problem? Sarah Bradbury reports from London.
Naser Oric, known for his role in organizing the defense of Srebrenica, had been accused of murdering Serbian soldiers. He was one of a small handful of Bosniak leaders to face trial for war crimes.
A Serbian commander from the Kosovo War has been offered a job teaching at Belgrade's military academy. The government is not bothered by the fact he was jailed for war crimes. It is simply playing the nationalist card.
Riyadh has said it would not oppose an UN inquiry into war crimes in Yemen, but stressed such a probe would face "tremendous obstacles" over access. The Saudi Arabia-led coalition is accused of indiscriminate bombing.
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