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Monday 29 December  
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.
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Article: Blog: Who will throw Mali's unwelcome guests out?

I remember Timbuktu, the City of 333 Saints. Sitting with a drink on a terrace overlooking a street and a parking lot.

Article: Liberia: War Crimes Court Bill Lands At Capitol

Calls for the establishment of a war crimes court here seems to be gaining momentum with the submission of a bill before the House of Representatives, requesting for the formation of such court to prosecute ex-warlords and others who played

Article: ICC chief heads to Libya expecting legal team release

The International Criminal Court's president was headed to Tripoli on Monday as court officials said Libya was poised to free a legal team detained after visiting slain leader Moamer Kadhafi's jailed son.

Article: ICC: Timbuktu shrine destruction a 'war crime'

The International Criminal Court's prosecutor on Sunday warned Islamist rebels to stop destroying ancient Islamic shrines in northern Mali's Timbuktu, saying it amounted to a war crime.

Article: US: “Rwanda should stop support for Congo rebels”

The United States has called on Rwanda to halt supporting armed rebel groups in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo after a UN investigation implicated senior Kigali officials.

Article: Dutch state to fight Srebrenica case in Supreme Court

The Dutch state is appealing a 2011 decision that it is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of Srebrenica in 1995. by Lauren Comiteau, Hilversum

Article: Dutch state to fight Srebrenica case in Supreme Court

The Dutch state is appealing a 2011 decision that it is responsible for the deaths of three Muslim men after the fall of Srebrenica in 1995. by Lauren Comiteau, Hilversum

Article: Tribunal concludes hearing on Rwanda genocide fugitive

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), has, concluded its special evidence hearings in the case of Potrais Mpiranya, the Rwandan genocide fugitive believed to be holed up in Zimbabwe. By our top partner Radio VOP

Article: In demand ICC faces funding wrangles

A decade after it opened its doors, the International Criminal Court (ICC) must contend with a reluctance among donor countries to give more funds despite a growing demand for its services.

Article: Victoire Ingabire: verdict postponed

The verdict in the trial of opposition leader Victoire Ingabire has been postponed until 7 September. This was announced at the High Court today. The judges said they needed more time, RNW correspondent Arne Doornebal said.