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What does International Criminal Justice Day mean for Cambodia?

Today – 17 July 2014 – is International Criminal Justice Day, marking the entry into force of the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court. 810 more words

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Israel langgar konvensyen antarabangsa PBB

Seorang sarjana terkemuka Eropah, Stephen Hopgood, telah menulis di dalam karya terbarunya, “The Endtimes of Human Rights” (2013) tentang kegagalan sistem hak asasi manusia sejagat dalam melindungi hak Negara-negara yang tertindas. 787 more words

3 July 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

African leaders vote to give themselves immunity from war crimes charges: On Friday, 29 June 2014, African leaders voted to amend the Protocol on the Statute of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights to give themselves and other senior officials immunity from war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. 475 more words

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Palestinian newborns are dying at checkpoints

New Internationalist, 13 July, 2007

In their home just outside of Bethlehem, a young couple, Farid and Nadia, put their son to bed. First-time parents, they tiptoe in and out of his nursery. 794 more words

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Rome Statute definition of Apartheid

Article 7 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court defines crimes against humanity as:

Article 7
Crimes against humanity

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5 June 2014 – NEWS ABOUT THE COURTS

Santiago steps down as ICC judge, cites health issues: Judge Miriam Defensor-Santiago is stepping down from the ICC due to health concerns; she announced in a letter addressed to President Sang-Hyun Song this week. 262 more words

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