Former President George W. Bush is traveling in Africa, and Amnesty International has called for his arrest. The human rights group says that Mr. Bush is guilty of ordering torture during his presidency, and insists that international law requires his apprehension while he is in Ethiopia, Tanzania or Zambia.
In other news, a Somali community leader in the Australian state of Victoria has requested that the state government institute Koranic courts for his people on the model of “Koori” courts, which were established to hear certain cases within the Aboriginal community.
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