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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Kenya non-cooperation referred to ASP | Timbuktu destruction verdict due

The latest in Global Justice news:  ICC Trial Chamber V(B) refers Kenyan government to Assembly of States Parties for lack of cooperation; verdict due in first ICC trial for destruction of religious and historical buildings; The UN warned that an attack on an aid … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Death toll rises in Yemen as gov’s flout Arms Trade Treaty

The latest in Global Justice news: Civil society is calling on arms-producing governments to stop supplying weapons potentially being used to commit war crimes and crimes against humanity in Yemen; ICC Trial Chamber V(B) refers Kenyan government to Assembly of States Parties for … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Timbuktu destruction case at ICC | El Salvador accedes to Rome Statute

In Global Justice news this week: Timbuktu destruction pre-hearing opened this week; El Salvador acceded to the Rome Statute; the trials of Bosco Ntaganda and Jean Pierre Bemba continued; ICC judged incorporated new regulations to enhace the effectiveness and efficiency … Continue reading

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#GlobalJustice Weekly: Peace and justice in Colombia?

Deal reached on justice for Colombian war crimes; Addressing political inequities resulting in uneven international justice; First ICC witness tampering trial to open; 60 new charges against Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen; ICC fugitive al-Bashir abandons plan to attend … Continue reading

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