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Category Archives: war crimes
In this post from RightsInfo, Karina Weller examines the role of the ground-breaking document that set the world on the path to an international criminal law.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) trial of suspected Islamist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi for attacks on religious and historical structures during the 2012 occupation of Timbuktu opens on 22 August. Here’s some need to know information on the first international prosecution … Continue reading
With the International Criminal Court (ICC) set to open its first trial for the destruction of UNESCO listed buildings in Mali’s Timbuktu, we bring you 10 examples of historic, religious and cultural structures destroyed in conflict through the ages.
In anticipation of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) upcoming trial against Mr. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi, its first to focus on the war crime of attacks against cultural heritage, the American Bar Association Center for Human Rights, its International … Continue reading
In this post from Open Democracy, Sandra Broda, Courtney Hillebrecht and Alexandra Huneeus present the impact both domestic and international courts have on the local peace-making process in Colombia. The authors illustrate the growing significance of international courts in peace-making and warn of the … Continue reading