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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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Sri Lanka: Give all victims a chance for justice

With its new leaders promising to put Sri Lanka on a path towards reform and reconciliation, justice for grave crimes must not be neglected. By joining the ICC, Sri Lanka can signal to its citizens and the international community that … Continue reading

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A promise of justice in Sri Lanka?

Over five years after the conclusion of Sri Lanka’s civil war, will victims finally see justice done? The country’s new government is taking steps in that direction by promising to establish a domestic inquiry within a month.

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