Human Rights Treaties and Charters

30 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

October 31, 2014

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Commission of Inquiry, Crimes against Humanity, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, Libya, News about the Courts, North Korea, Syria, UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, War Crimes:

ICC rejects Gbagbo application for provisional release: The request by former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo for provisional release was denied by the ICC on… Read More ›

29 January 2014 — DECISION REVIEW

January 29, 2014

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Decision Review, Fair trial/Accused's rights, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Investigations, Rome Statute, STL:

Court/Tribunal: Special Tribunal for Lebanon  Decision Title: Decision on motion filed by counsel for Mr. Badreddine and order to Lebanon to cooperate with the Special… Read More ›

24 April 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

April 24, 2013

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AU, Crimes against Humanity, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, Kenya, News about the Courts, Post-Election Violence, Rome Statute, Rwanda, War Crimes, Witnesses:

EU lifts Myanmar sanctions: On 22 April 2013, the EU agreed to lift all sanctions against Myanmar except for an arms embargo. The move by… Read More ›

5 April 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

April 6, 2013

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African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights, AU, CAR, Crimes against Humanity, ECCC, Fair trial/Accused's rights, Fatuo Bensouda, Gender crimes, Genocide, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, ICTY, Investigations, Ivory Coast, jurisdiction, Kenya, News about the Courts, Post-Election Violence, Rome Statute, Rwanda, Victims, War Crimes, Witnesses:

Three more witnesses refuse to testify against Kenyatta: On 5 April 2013, ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda revealed that three more prosecution witnesses have refused to… Read More ›

4 April 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

April 4, 2013

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AU, CAR, Crimes against Humanity, Egypt, Gender crimes, Genocide, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, ICJ, News about the Courts, Post-Election Violence, Rome Statute, South Sudan, Uganda, Victims, War Crimes, Witnesses:

US and Uganda suspend hunt for Joseph Kony: On 3 April 2013, United States and Ugandan officials announced the temporary suspension of their joint hunt… Read More ›

2 April 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

April 2, 2013

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CAR, Crimes against Humanity, ECCC, Fair trial/Accused's rights, Fatuo Bensouda, Gender crimes, Genocide, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, Kenya, News about the Courts, Rome Statute, South Sudan, UN General Assembly, Victims, War Crimes, Witnesses:

Sudan: opposition groups confirm release of seven political prisoners: On 2 April 2013, head of the Sudanese opposition coalition National Consensus Forces Farouk Abu Issa… Read More ›

1 April 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

April 1, 2013

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Crimes against Humanity, Egypt, Fair trial/Accused's rights, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, Human Rights Violations, ICC, Libya, News about the Courts, Rome Statute, Truth Commissions, UN Human Rights Council:

Nepal court blocks domestic truth commission: On 1 April 2013, it was announced that the Supreme Court of Nepal has suspended an attempt by the… Read More ›

29 March 2013 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

March 30, 2013

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Crimes against Humanity, DRC, ECCC, Fair trial/Accused's rights, Gender crimes, Genocide, Human Rights Treaties and Charters, ICC, ICTY, immunity, Investigations, Kenya, News about the Courts, Other domestic courts, Post-Election Violence, Rome Statute, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Torture, Victims, War Crimes, Witnesses:

Slovak court commutes WWII criminal’s death sentence: On 28 March 2013, a Slovak court announced that the death sentence of 98 year old Laszlo Csataray,… Read More ›