Trump Discussing Pardons for Alleged War Criminals Might Be Enough to Set Them Free
Trump's comments on Eddie Gallagher might constitute a violation of military code and grounds for mistrial—even though they support the alleged civilian-targeter.
Trump's Pardon Is in Line With Americans' Views About War Crimes
Trump has spoken in favor of Michael Behenna and other alleged military criminals, but he is far from the only one to do so.
Alleged War Criminals May Be Granted Amnesty by El Salvador's Parliament
The move proposed by conservatives in El Salvador's parliament has outraged the families of victims and leaders in the Roman Catholic Church.
Why Are Foreign Powers Helping an Indicted War Criminal Remain the President of Sudan?
Omar al-Bashir is facing his most serious domestic challenge of his presidency, but the international community continues to back his leadership—despite his violent past.
U.N. Experts Say the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia Could Have Committed War Crimes in Yemen
A new report implicates the governments of Yemen, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia in war crimes that include rape and torture.
War Crimes: ‘They Ordered Us To Kill All The People'
At a historic U.S. trial, former Guatemalan army commandos testify about the massacre of 250 villagers in the jungle hamlet of Dos Erres during the country’s civil war.
The Long-Term Harm Caused by Short-Term Exposure to Violence
A study of the political upheaval in Kenya shows what harm violence can have on the children who witness it.