Category Archives: Libya

Introducing The Global Justice Monitor

Readers may notice some changes in this 46th edition of our flagship publication. While insightful analysis of pressing issues facing the ICC and Rome Statute (RS) system of international justice remain at its core, we hope The Global Justice Monitor … Continue reading

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Bemba trial ends as witness-tampering charges confirmed

Closing statements were heard this week in the trial of Jean-Pierre Bemba, with prosecutors asking judges to convict the former Congolese politician and defense counsel asking for an acquittal. Bemba is charged with two counts of crimes against humanity and three counts of war … Continue reading

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10 things that happened at the ICC so far in 2014

With the ICC on its annual summer recess, we take a look back at some major developments in the cases at the Court so far this year.  

Posted in Africa, Bemba, Ble Goude, Cases, Côte d'Ivoire, Central African Republic, Darfur (Sudan), Democratic Republic of Congo, ICC, Investigations, Katanga, Kenya, Kenyatta, L. Gbagbo, Libya, Middle East/North Africa, Ntaganda, Ruto/Sang | Tagged | 2 Comments

Al-Senussi admissibility ruling sparks mixed reaction from civil society

An ICC ruling clearing the way for Libya to try former spy chief Abdullah Al-Senussi has  provoked mixed reaction among civil society. Last week, the ICC Appeals Chamber unanimously confirmed an earlier ruling that the case against Al-Senussi was inadmissible before the … Continue reading

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Gaddafi ICC trial to go ahead, say appeals judges

On Wednesday, 21 May 2014, the ICC Appeals Chamber confirmed the admissibility of the Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi case before the ICC. The Chamber concluded that the Pre-Trial Chamber I (PTC I) judges had not erred in finding that Libya had … Continue reading

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