Survivors and relatives of the Srebrenica victims visit Kravica concentration camp where more than one thousand Bosniaks were executed by firing squad during the Srebrenica massacre, the second biggest genocide was experienced after Second World War, on July 13, 2014.

A U.N. war crimes tribunal is set to deliver final ruling for five convicted in the 1995 massacre.


A Zambian woman casts her ballot for the Zambian Presidential elections at Kanyama primary in Lusaka on January 20, 2015.

Voters in Zambia are going to the polls in a presidential election caused by the death of Michael Sata last year.

A woman holds a sign reading 'Justice' during a demo at Mayo square, in Buenos Aires on January 26, 2015, demanding justice in the death of Argentine public prosecutor Alberto Nisman --who was found dead in his home on January 18-- just hours before a congressional hearing to allegedly present evidence against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner of shielding Iranian officials implicated in a bomb attack on a Jewish community center in 1994 that left 85 dead.

The move comes after the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

A South Korean man watches a television screen showing North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's New Year speech, at a railroad station in Seoul on January 1, 2015.

Russia says Kim Jong-un has accepted an invitation to Moscow in May.


Syriza may offer an example to Europe of an alternative to the continent’s rising nationalist right.

Armed members of Houthis check cars at street leading to the presidential palace in Sanaa, Yemen, 21 January 2015.

Adding to instability in the wake of a rebel coup attempt, President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi is stepping down.

An Iranian man looks at newspapers displayed outside a kiosk in the capital Tehran on November 25, 2014, a day after Iran and world powers announced that talks on a comprehensive nuclear agreement had been inconclusive.

Bipartisan efforts will go ahead despite White House warnings that they risked derailing nuclear talks.