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20 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 21, 2011

DRC rape trial asks for death penalty:  In the trial of 11 DRC soldiers for the mass rapes committed in Fizi on 1 January 2011, Prosecutors have asked for the death penalty for 5 of… Read More ›

19 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 21, 2011

Bosnian Serb indicted by Bosnian war crimes court:  On 19 February, Veselin Vlahovic, was indicted by on 56 counts of rape, murder and intimidation of non-Serbs in Sarajevo from 1992 to 1995.  Kenyan suspects ask… Read More ›

18 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 19, 2011

UN Sec-Gen calls for support of STL:  On the 6th anniversary of the attack that caused Lebanese Prime Minister, Rafiq Hariri’s, UN Secretary General  Ban Ki-moon called on the new Lebanese government to continue support… Read More ›

17 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 19, 2011

Lebanese cabinet to discuss judges’ return:  The new majority in the Lebanese government will discuss the Special Tribunal for Lebanon at ministerial meets.  It is expected that the new majority will not support the Tribunal… Read More ›

16 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 18, 2011

STL decision defines applicable law:  A decision made by the STL appeals chamber on 15 questions submitted about the state of the law to be applied in the Tribunal.  Questions included which law would be… Read More ›

15 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 17, 2011

Political parties oppose ICC deferral:  29 political parties within Kenya have noted their opposition to the Governments bid to the UN Security Council to defer ICC cases to local trials, stating that the attempts encourage… Read More ›

14 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 17, 2011

Venezuela to re-open human rights cases:  Venezuelan authorities have announced their intention to re-open and investigate close to human rights violations 1,600 cases involving disappearances, persecution, executions and torture.  The crimes were committed by the… Read More ›

13 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 16, 2011

War Crimes prosecutions criticized in Croatia:  Amnesty International criticized the “political will” of the Croatian Government in prosecuting the 700 outstanding war crimes cases in the country and only processing about 18 cases a year. … Read More ›

Weekly video review

ICLMR / Justice Hub: Weekly Video Review – 15 April 2016

ICLMR / Justice Hub: Weekly Video Review – 15 April 2016

April 15, 2016 0 comments

In this week’s review, news about the ICC’s approval of domestic proceedings against Katanga, the ICTY prosecution to appeal Seselj judgment and Kenyan victims following the termination of the Ruto / Sang cases.

Friday Review – ICLMR & Justice Hub

Weekly IJ News Review – 22 April 2016

Weekly IJ News Review – 22 April 2016

April 22, 2016 0 comments

Weekly IJ News Review 22 April 2016 By: ICL Media Review In this week’s review, news about ICC requests for transfer of 3 Kenyans for contempt; Kenya and the Rome Statute, ECCC testimony in Case… Read More ›