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Ngudjolo says he is a victim in appeals hearing

The ICC Appeals Chamber has heard submissions from the parties in the trial of Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui. 1,148 more words


Closing Night Double Feature and Pizza Party

The final night (Sunday, October 26) of the 2014 Indiana LGBT Film Festival brings to the screen two heart-warming features on either side of our intermission pizza party celebration. 125 more words


22 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

North Korea refutes allegation of political prisoners in UN Report: North Korean diplomat Jang Il-hun has denied the country is holding political prisoners. The diplomat’s statements are in response to a February 2014, U.N. 534 more words

News About The Courts

Bemba: judge orders interim release of defense lawyers

An ICC judge has ordered the release of the former head of Congolese opposition leader Jean-Pierre Bemba’s defense team, Aimé Kilolo Musamba, and former case manager Jean-Jacques Mangenda Kabongo. 430 more words


Rwanda 20 Years On: Rose-Tinted Reconciliation

By Martha Unity Flynn, University of Leeds graduate in Politics and International Studies

July 4th of this year marked the twentieth anniversary of the end of one hundred days of systematic and state-endorsed massacres that we know today as the Rwandan genocide. 951 more words

Contested History And Memory

21 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

ICC Judge orders release of members of Bemba Team and others

On Tuesday, October 21, the Judge of Pre-Trial Chamber II at the ICC ordered the release of several individuals connected to the Case of Prosecutor v. 275 more words


Illinois Commerce Commission Mistreats Consumers Refusing Smart Meters


The vehement and persistent opposition to utility “smart” meters has given rise across the nation to programs where customers are allowed to refuse installation of those meters and typically keep their traditional analog meters.  1,189 more words

Smart Grid, Smart Meters, And RF Emissions