The recent killing of an Army General (Athanase Kararuze and his family) in Burundi was a sad one. This sort of killing by unknown gunmen has been happening in the country (Burundi) for a while because the citizens of the country have been pushed to the wall, athough using violence to settle issues is not the best solution to peace so we (Viewers corner) totally condemn this option. 444 more words
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Bishop of Leeds asks Government about prospects of Iraq acceding to Rome Statute of International Criminal Court
On 27th April 2016 the Bishop of Leeds, Rt Revd Nick Baines, received a written answer to a question about whether the Iraqi government will ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. 144 more words
This infographic takes a look at international justice and responding to atrocity crimes by giving you a glance at the referral of Libya to the International Criminal Court.
Since the beginning of the year, Israeli authorities have carried out a wave of demolitions of Palestinian structures in the occupied West Bank, with numbers that are unprecedented since the United Nations began keeping records in 2009. 969 more words
On Tuesday, April 18, 2016, His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands officially inaugurated the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) new court complex. The new ICC buildings are located in the dunes between The Hague and the North Sea. 515 more words