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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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Yemen: Western arms being used for ICC crimes?

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, where mounting civilian deaths and casualties have prompted the UN human rights chief to call for … Continue reading

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Post-revolution Yemen inches towards Rome Statute

Yemen recently indicated its willingness to ratify the ICC Rome Statute. But after some turbulent years, it will first need to adopt a new constitution. At a session earlier this year of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN … Continue reading

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