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The latest in Global Justice news: Malian Islamist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi sentenced to nine years imprisonment; states invited to ratify international justice cooperation treaty; Amnesty International publishes new paper on human rights in international justice; Colombia rejects peace deal with … Continue reading
In a historic first before the International Criminal Court (ICC) last week, Malian Islamist Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi was found guilty and sentenced to nine years in prison for the destruction of religious and historic buildings in Timbuktu. The landmark trial … Continue reading
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
Nigeria’s military was this week accused by civil society of committing war crimes in the course of its battle with Boko Haram.
Accountability is urgently needed for continuing grave crimes against Nigerian women and girls civil society said this week—the anniversary of the Boko Haram kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls in the northern Nigerian town of Chibok, many of whom remain missing.