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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: A narrow path to legitimacy for the STL

The first session that carried a relative public appeal, took place at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) last Wednesday. By Lynn Maalouf, Beirut

Article: Defence seeks Karadzic acquittal, says no genocide in Bosnia

Lawyers for Radovan Karadzic on Monday asked the Yugoslav war crimes court to acquit the former Bosnian Serb leader, arguing that no genocide took place in Bosnia in 1992.

Article: ICC sends team to Libya after delegation detained

Representatives of the International Criminal Court flew arrived in Tripoli on Sunday to try to secure the release of a detained delegation visiting Muammar Gaddafi's captured son, a Libyan official said.

Article: Australia demands release of ICC lawyer detained in Libya

Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Monday urged Libyan authorities to release an Australian lawyer accused of spying, as Canberra ramped up diplomatic efforts to secure the woman's freedom.Melinda Taylor was detained on Thursday after meeting

Article: Malawi cancels AU summit hosting over Sudan's leader invite

Malawi said Friday it will not host the African Union summit in July over the bloc's insistence on inviting Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, wanted on international war crimes charges.

Article: Syria: Today’s massacres, tomorrow’s war crimes?

UN monitors are to try again on Friday to reach the site of a new Syrian massacre after being shot at in their first attempt, as Kofi Annan urged united action to stop the crisis from spiralling out of control.

Joseph Kony (L) and his deputy Vincent Otti
United States of America United States of America Article: UN reports on Ugandan warlord's crimes against children

Article: UN reports on Ugandan warlord's crimes against children

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has submitted his first report to the Security Council detailing grave crimes committed against children by Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony and his feared Lord's Resistance Army, the U.N.

Article: Rwanda shows first international art exhibit

There is a first for everything. And in the case of Rwanda, there are many firsts – or, to be more precise, firsts since 1994. And 2012 is the first year an arts museum is showing the work of international artists.

Article: International Justice Tribune 153

Dear reader, please find the latest International Justice Tribune (IJT) The next issue will be published June 20, 2012 Download the print version of the International Justice Tribune 153 (PDF file)

Article: Dos Erres massacre: a second trial for Ríos Montt

A second trial on genocide charges awaits former Guatemalan dictator Efraín Ríos Montt, after Judge Carol Patricia Flores ruled on May 21 that he could be prosecuted for ordering the Dos Erres massacre, com­mitted by the G