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Israel a rogue State; ICC will surely brand it a war criminal: Jurists

Palestine

Economic and political blackmail by Israel and its backers in Washington has failed to prevent the one thing Israel has always feared: being branded a war criminal by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. 544 more words

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Dominic Ongwen

As we have discussed in class, Dominic Ongwen is one of the soldiers who served under Joseph Kony, when he was abducted at age 10. His actions that have been classified as committing a war crime, which includes violating laws of armed conflict such as torture and using child soldiers. 143 more words

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LRA Commander, Dominic Ongwen, at the ICC

Yesterday, Dominic Ongwen made his first appearance at the International Criminal Court.  After doing a little research online in the news and on blogs, see if you can find some answers to the following questions. 34 more words

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Live Chess: Developing Your Pieces Effectively

I played a G/15 game on ICC and decided to share it on my Youtube Channel. Here it is:

One idea that I forgot to cover in the video is that when Black tried …Rfe8?, he’s not completely busted if I had tried Rxd7 Rxe1+ Kh2, because he has …Bxd7 in the end. 7 more words

Games And Puzzles

Throwing justice under the bus is not the way to go - by Richard Dicker

Past experience suggests warnings that international criminal trials impede peace efforts are overblown. The ICC prosecutor mustn’t politicize her mandate by paying heed to them, says Richard Dicker of Human Rights Watch in this guest post from… 1,162 more words

Dominic Ongwen

As we have discussed in class, Dominic Ongwen is one of the soldiers who served under Joseph Kony, when he was abducted at age 10. His actions that have been classified as committing a war crime, which includes violating laws of armed conflict such as torture and using child soldiers. 143 more words

Dominic Ongwen

BBC amends ICC Q&A following reader complaint

h/t D

Readers may recall that on January 14th the BBC News website published a Q&A feature concerning the Palestinian Authority’s bid to join the International Criminal Court. 429 more words

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