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Wednesday 22 October  
Jean Pierre Bemba
Jean Pierre Bemba
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Bangui, Central African Republic
Bangui, Central African Republic

The long wait for victims in Central African Republic

Two days of hearings were set aside at the end of June for three victims that are not witnesses to the Jean-Pierre Bemba case before the International Criminal Court (ICC). Nevertheless, the Trust Fund for
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The Hague, Netherlands
The Hague, Netherlands

Dutch Series – Part II (The Coup) ‘Total football’ for the International Criminal Court

The Dutch look back with nostalgia every few years to the 1970’s, when the legendary Dutch soccer squad won major honours by developing a style of play called ‘total football’. They swaggered
Peace Palace
Peace Palace
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The Hague, Netherlands
The Hague, Netherlands

Dutch Series - Part III (The Reward) Justice: a brand that brings in business

A group of African dignitaries raise their smartphones to take photos in the Peace Palace. As they are introduced to courts of a century ago, a Ugandan Minister looks for his country’s coat of arms on an
ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
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The Hague, Netherlands
The Hague, Netherlands

ICC to investigate into Mali conflict

International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said Wednesday she has ordered a preliminary inquiry into events in Mali where Islamists have seized control of the vast north. The probe

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International Justice

From the former Yugoslavia to Rwanda, Cambodia and Lebanon, Radio Netherlands Worldwide reports on international justice. We offer background news and reporting on war crimes, human rights abuses and genocide.
Showing items for Int. Justice on RNW

Article: Hungary says probing Nazi war criminal 'raises problems'

Pressure was mounting on Hungary Monday over an aged Nazi war criminal found living there, as prosecutors said investigating him was difficult as his crimes happened so long ago and in another country.

Article: First week of Mladic trial wraps; defendant given all clear

Ratko Mladic is back in his Scheveningen prison cell Friday night after his genocide trial was suspended earlier in the day due to ill health. By Radosa Milutinovic in The Hague

Article: ICC issues warrants against Congo, Rwanda rebel chiefs

The International Criminal Court issued arrest warrants Friday against two Congolese and Rwandan rebel leaders who Kigali and Kinshasa accuse each other of using as proxies in DR Congo.

Article: Defense lawyer: Mladic 'in bad shape'

Former Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic was taken to hospital on Thursday after suddenly being taken ill during his trial at the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal.

Article: Mali 'descending into hell' says rights group

Mali is "descending into hell" because of the executions, rape and torture taking place in its north, said a report by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) published in Paris Thursday.

Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Article: Bosnians head to Srebrenica to bury 520 massacre victims

Article: Bosnians head to Srebrenica to bury 520 massacre victims

Thousands of people gathered in Srebrenica on Wednesday where 520 newly identified victims of Europe's worst atrocity since World War II will be buried on its 17th anniversary.

Article: But what do Lubanga’s ex-child soldiers get?

Now we know: Thomas Lubanga is sentenced to spend 14 years in jail for abducting and forcing children to fight in the Second Congo War.

Article: Thomas Lubanga: Congo warlord jailed for 14 years

Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague handed down their first-ever sentence Tuesday—14 years to Congolese militia leader Thomas Lubanga for enlisting and using child soldiers during a civil war in the Democrati

Article: Kenya trials at war crimes court to start in April

Two Kenyan presidential hopefuls accused of fuelling post-election violence will face trial at the International Criminal Court in April 2013, the court said on Monday, allowing them to run their campaigns ahead of an election in March.

Article: Rwanda already sceptical about the new Criminal Tribunal

The new judicial structure of the United Nations that would take over the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda has been met with scepticism by the Rwandan government.