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Trial of 4 war criminals to begin in absentia

A war crimes tribunal today decided to hold trial of four alleged Razakars of Kishoreganj in absentia. Three-member International Crimes Tribunal-1 led by Justice M Enayetur Rahim took the decision as the accused did not appear before court even ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 4 hours ago
3 Bagerhat war criminals verdict any day Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 week ago
Verdict in Bagerhat razakars case any day Dhaka Tribune, 1 week ago

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South Africa Considers Quitting International Criminal Court

South Africa said it may consider quitting the International Criminal Court as a last resort, after accusing the tribunal of seeking to compel it to arrest visiting Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir without proper consultation and following due ...
 Bloomberg6 days ago SA to review role in International Criminal Court  Moneyweb6 days ago

Bashir call shows contempt for Africa

Parliament, Cape Town - South Africa should withdraw its membership from the International Criminal Court should the tribunal not accede to a series of reforms, ANC MPs said during a heated snap debate on the saga surrounding South Africa's failure ...
 IOL1 week ago

The Uncondemned Movie, Screened in Kigali

The Uncondemned is a film, which explores the successful prosecution by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) of rape as a war crime for the first time in history. The defendant in question was Jean-Paul Akayesu, a former teacher ...
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Death sentence awarded based on deposition of false witnesses: Mujahid's brother

A four-member appellate bench led by Chief Justice SK Sinha upheld the death penalty awarded to the war criminal by a tribunal over the charges of killing intellectuals in 1971. Rejecting the verdict of the Supreme Court, Mujahid's brother, ...
 Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Mujahid to seek review  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago Death-row war criminal Mujahid asks lawyers to file review petition  Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago Mojaheed to file review petition  New Age Bangladesh1 week ago


African leaders should stop vilifying the International Criminal Court for carrying out a mandate to which they are signatories, halt their attempts to cover up crimes committed by their political counterparts, stop keeping their citizens in the ...
 Times of Swaziland14 hours ago Ask the Africans betrayed by their leaders about the ICC  Mail & Guardian Online5 days ago
Zimbabwe Herald

The ICC now an instrument of imperialism

Motsoko PhekoCorrespondent THE Rome Statute is the treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC). The ICC was to be an international tribunal and intergovernmental organisation that would prosecute all individuals for ...
 Zimbabwe Herald14 hours ago The International Criminal Court (ICC) Does Not Prosecute War Criminals  Global Research5 days ago Abbas moves from appeasement to the ICC  Middle East Monitor6 days ago US and Israeli ICC Prosecutions? Don't Bet on It  RINF.com1 week ago

The ICC is a bully, and other popular myths.

The International Criminal Court grew out of the international justice movement that flourished after the ending of apartheid in South Africa and the fall of dictatorships in South America. South Africa joined the ICC soon after its inception in ...
 Mail & Guardian Online1 day ago The International Criminal Court is a bully, and other popular myths hours ago
News24 | Former ICC judge speaks about Omar al-Bashir case

Navi Pillay is a previous judge of the International Criminal Court. spoke to her about the case of Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir. That may be a political perspective. South Africa has undertaken certain international obligations to which it ...
 News242 days ago South Africa gets the prize — can you believe this? South Africa lets the world down by allowing a mass murderer go (evil President Bashir of Sudan) and what does it do next? apologize? nope …click  FOXNews.com4 days ago South Africa: Government may leave ICC over Omar al-Bashir row  International Business Times UK6 days ago Bashir, immunity, impunity and South Africa SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS weeks ago
Sudan Vision Daily

Why So Many African Leaders Hate the International Criminal Court

When the International Criminal Court was established in 2002, there was little doubt that the theory behind it was noble.The multilateral treaty that resulted inthe court, the Rome Statute, hadset out anumber of international crimes such as ...
 Sudan Vision Daily3 days ago International court still struggling to have impact  Irish Times2 days ago NAFDAC Seals Warehouse with Counterfeit, Unregistered Children's Products  Naija Lately6 days ago WorldViews: Why so many African leaders hate the International Criminal Court  Washington Post2 weeks ago
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