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In global justice news this week: the ICC decides to not investigate allegations of crimes against humanity in Honduras; the UN (ACT) group launches its Code of Conduct; and news on India, Syria, Yemen and much more.
In global justice news this week: Civil society calls on India not to welcome al-Bashir; UN Security Council says violence in the Central African Republic may amount to war crimes; and news on Kenya, Palestine, Ukraine and much more.
In global justice news this week: The ICC considers Georgia investigation; ICC needs South Africa; Build up to the 14th Assembly of States Parties; and news on Central African Republic, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo and much more.
Strong leadership from ICC member states is needed to bolster important progress being made all over Africa towards justice for grave crimes, civil society said this week ahead of the 25th African Union (AU) summit in South Africa.
Nigeria’s military was this week accused by civil society of committing war crimes in the course of its battle with Boko Haram.