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A handful of protesters briefly interrupted a US college graduation speech by former prime minister Tony Blair calling for world unity.

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Until the judgment on Ratko Mladic has been pronounced, the Bosnian war will not be truly over

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Mladic appears in court on genocide charges in last major case arising from Yugoslav wars

Nazi-hunters ask Hungary to try 1944 war crimes suspect

Nazi-hunters from the Simon Wiesenthal Center have named 95-year-old Hungarian Laszlo Csatary as their most wanted war crimes suspect and have asked Hungary to prosecute him, an expert at the center said today.

John Demjanjuk after being found guilty at his trial in Munich in 2011; his wartime SS identity card

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Rarely was there a greater outward contrast between an accused and the terrible crimes of which he was found guilty. For friends, he was a doting grandfather, a retired Ukrainian immigrant who had worked in the US car industry and tended his surburban lawn outside Cleveland, Ohio. But for a German law court, and the Nazi-hunters who pursued John Demjanjuk for three decades, he was part of the machinery of genocide at Hitler's death camps.

Red Cross aid convoy approaches Homs

A Red Cross aid convoy prepared to enter the shattered Baba Amro district of Homs today after a Syrian official declared the area "cleansed" and the opposition spoke of a massacre by President Bashar al-Assad's forces.

Academics call for war trial records to be released

British and US researchers are campaigning to make public a UN archive documenting 10,000 cases against accused Second World War criminals. They range from Belgian charges against Adolf Hitler to the trial of a Japanese commander for inciting rape.

Goebbels was a coward: former secretary spills wartime secrets

After 60-year silence, 100-year-old speaks out about the boss she will never forgive

Japan's new leader Yoshihiko Noda to tackle post-tsunami crisis

A hawkish fiscal and foreign policy conservative who supports nuclear power will be sworn in today as Japan's sixth prime minister in five years.

Me against Boris? It's like Churchill against Hitler, says Ken Livingstone

In Dante's Inferno, the ninth and innermost circle of hell is reserved for those who have committed vile acts of treachery against people who had reason to trust them, such as Cain, and Judas Iscariot.

A Deniable Death, By Gerald Seymour

Nothing can be more bitter (said Lytton Strachey) than to be doomed to a life of literature. Strachey was wrong - it is far worse to find oneself encountering a slew of bad thrillers.

Serbian refuses to enter plea on war crimes charges

Serbia's last major war crimes suspect refused to enter a plea on charges over the Croatian war, between 1991 and 1995, when he made his first appearance yesterday at the UN's Yugoslavia tribunal.

War crimes suspect Goran Hadzic in court

Serbia's last major war crimes suspect refused to enter a plea on charges over the 1991-1995 Croatian war when he made a brief first appearance at the UN's Yugoslavia tribunal today.

German cover-up furore after file on Nazi is deleted

Germany's intelligence service has been rocked by revelations that its staff mysteriously destroyed a 500-page file on Alois Brunner, one of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals, amid suspicions that he worked for them as an agent after fleeing to Syria in the early 1950s.

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