Sudan

ICC Premanent Premises, The Hague. Photo: by ICL Media Review (rights reserved).

21 September 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – Jordan asked for more info on Bashir immunity, Ntaganzwa domestic trial presents witnesses, Burundi Commission of Inquiry report, and communication to ICC for Palestine P.E.

September 21, 2017

ICC asks Jordan for further information about immunities argument for Bashir: On 18 September, Pre-Trial Chamber II of the ICC issued a decision requesting Jordan to provide further information in relation to its failure to arrest… Read More ›

Omar Al-Bashir, President of Sudan.  Photo: GovernmentZA via Flickr (CC).

4 September 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – ICC cooperation request to Kazakhstan

September 4, 2017

ICC requests Kazakhstan cooperation on Bashir travel: The ICC Pre-Trial Chamber has requested the Republic of Kazakhstan to cooperate in the arrest and surrender of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir should he enter its territory. Al-Bashir… Read More ›

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8 May 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – 80 schoolgirls formerly held by Boko Haram released in Nigeria; UN Security Council responds to attack against UN Mission in S. Sudan; Rights groups, international powers concerned by Cambodia HR workers’ detention

May 8, 2017

  80 schoolgirls formerly held by Boko Haram released in Nigeria: On 6 May 2017, more than 80 of the Chibok schoolgirls held by Boko Haram were released, after being abducted over three years ago.… Read More ›

Omar Al-Bashir, President of Sudan.  Photo: GovernmentZA via Flickr (CC).

2 April 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – UN Commissioner suggests Jordan broke treaty obligations as al-Bashir host; ICC: Deaths of UN researchers, mass graves possible war crimes in DRC; UN Yemen Envoy asks Security Council to pursue peace plan

April 3, 2017

UN Commissioner suggests Jordan broke treaty obligations as al-Bashir host: The UN High Commissioner for Human rights Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein has said that Jordan broke its treaty obligations under the Rome Statute of the… Read More ›

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28 March 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – Spanish investigation into Syrian crimes, Bashir to attend Arab League summit and Cambodia / UN on ECCC funding

March 29, 2017

Ivory Coast court finds Simone Gbagbo not guilty of war crimes and CAH: A jury in Côte d’Ivoire’s highest criminal court has unanimously acquitted former Ivorian first lady Simone Gbagbo of war crimes and crimes… Read More ›

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2 March 2017 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – Police commander and policemen plead not guilty in Sarajevo, SLM-MM call for arrests on ICC warrants, Colombia grants first amnesties, and Nigeria on domestic legislation for int’l crimes

March 3, 2017

Vikic, Pusina, Uzunovic and Covcic plead not guilty to war crimes before Sarajevo court: On Monday, Dragan Vikic, former commander of the Bosnian Interior Ministry special police units, Jusuf Pusina, former Bosnian Interior Minister, and two former… Read More ›

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14 December 2016 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – ICC Judges amendment Regulations, Mladic defence ends closing statements, Bensouda on Sudan to UNSC, and more

December 14, 2016

ICC Judges amend Court Regulations at 25th plenary session: The ICC Judges adopted seven amendments to the Regulations of the Court during their thirty-fifth plenary session. They are as follows: first, an amendment was made… Read More ›

ICC Premanent Premises, The Hague. Photo: by ICL Media Review (rights reserved).

16 November 2016 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS – OTP report on Prelim Examinations; Gambia notifies UN of withdrawal, annual ASP meeting begins, Prosecutor Schwendiman on new Kosovo court and Bashir travels

November 17, 2016

ICC OTP releases annual report on Preliminary Examinations: ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has released her annual Report on Preliminary Examination Activities (2016), providing an overview of the ten situations under consideration for possible investigation which… Read More ›