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11 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 15, 2011

STL President wants Prosecutor out:  The President of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Antonio Cassese, has lobbied the permanent members of the Security Council for the removal of STL Prosecutor, Daniel Bellemare.  Cassese has questioned… Read More ›

10 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 14, 2011

DRC soldiers tried for rape:  Lt. Col. Kibibi Mutware and 10 other soldiers are being tried by a special mobilized court in Baraka backed by the UN Mission in the Congo and other NGOs.  The… Read More ›

9 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 11, 2011

Taylor trial adjourns to consider defense boycott:  After Mr. Taylor and Taylor’s lead counsel refused to attend court for a second day, the Trial Chamber adjourned to consider whether to accept the late defense final… Read More ›

8 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 9, 2011

ICTR witness testifies about accused satisfaction to killing:  A Prosecution witness testifying against the accused, Captain Ildephonse Nizeyimana, testified on 7 February that after the accused learned in 1994 that Queen Rosalie Gicanda was killed,… Read More ›

7 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 9, 2011

AU Summit sends mixed message:  With the AU’s growing international influence and summit talks of human rights and democracy, human rights groups  question the AU’s dedication to these value in light of its appointment of… Read More ›

6 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 9, 2011

Odinga invited opposition’s criticism:  When Kenyan Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, rejected President Kibaki’s judicial nominations a week ago and caused a stalemate in the government, Odinga set himself up for criticism and collective grievances by… Read More ›

5 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 9, 2011

Benefit of Kenya’s pursuit for ICC deferral debatable:  As Kenya argues for deferral of ICC cases to local judicial mechanisms, a debate continues on whether Kenya’s moves will improve its sovereignty or hurt its reputation… Read More ›

4 FEBRUARY 2011 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

February 9, 2011

Judicial appointments shake Kenyan cabinet:  A summary of the events of President Kibaki’s judicial nominations on 28 January which disrupted the stability of the coalition governments cabinet.                          US will not support Kenyan ICC deferral:  During… 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 – 15 December 2017

Weekly IJ News Review – 15 December 2017

December 15, 2017 0 comments

Weekly IJ News Review By ICL Media Review In this week’s review, news about France’s complicity in the Rwanda genocide, crimes against humanity in North Korea, the ICC Prosecutor address the UN Security Council on… Read More ›