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20 October 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

Two ECCC accused seek to boycott trial until appeal in earlier conviction concluded: On 18 October 2014, defense attorneys of two former leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime, Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, stated that they would boycott their client’s genocide trial until appeals were filed on earlier convictions.  414 more words

News About The Courts

African National Bar Associations and the Promotion of International Criminal Justice in Africa

Author: Tosin Osasona

Bar associations and law societies are a critical component of legal institutions across the world and the same can be said of African bar associations and law societies. 1,398 more words

Rome Statute

Video: Media briefing on Kenya and amendments to the Rome Statute

Last week, we held a press briefing at the United Nations in New York on the ICC investigation in Kenya and a set of proposed amendments to the Rome Statute. 98 more words

Africa

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Civilians And The Rome Statute

Written by Garima Tiwari

More than 2,000 Palestinians were killed in the 50-day conflict in July and August, about 70 percent of them civilians, according to the U.N. 1,369 more words

International Criminal Court

Palestine and the Rome Statute: Israel could indict Palestinians

Why has the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague not received positive confirmation from Riad Malki, the Foreign Minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA), to go ahead with a war crimes investigation against Israel? 637 more words

Why does Abbas block ICC application?

SERIOUS QUESTIONS WITH FEW ANSWERS
A curious piece of theatre took place outside the Chief Prosecutor’s Office in the International Criminal Court in The Hague on August 5. 1,366 more words

Palestine

Destruction of ancient manuscripts in Timbuktu

Destroying the ancient manuscripts – An act of War crime

As the news spread of the destruction of the Timbuktu manuscripts, the historians all over the world were terrified about the loss of evidence of a beautiful era of human history. 788 more words