The Central African Republic’s Special Criminal Court should intensify investigations and urgently recruit additional staff to deliver justice for war crimes and other serious offenses, Human Rights Watch said today.
crimes against humanity
On Monday, the Trial Chamber VI of the International Criminal Court (ICC) found Mr Bosco Ntaganda guilty, beyond reasonable doubt, of 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity, committed in Ituri, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), in 2002-2003.
Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has decided to postpone the commencement of the confirmation hearing in the case The Prosecutor v. Alfred Yekatom and Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona to 19 September 2019, instead of 18 June 2019.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda informed the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that the fighting in Libya continues unabated and warned that the suffering of the Libyan people must stop
By Alpha Bedoh Kamara The breaking news by CNN of the human slave trade in Libya has finally proved the level of criminal activities of international human rights violations against African migrants in the 21st century despite efforts by… Read More ›
Expressing horror at news reports and videos showing African migrants in Libya allegedly being sold as slaves, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Monday called on the authorities to urgently investigate the situation and bring the perpetrators to justice. “Slavery has no… Read More ›
UN Migration Director General Warns of Increasing Reports of Violent Sexual Assaults Against Rohingya
UN Migration Director General William Lacy Swing is seriously concerned about increasing reports by vulnerable Rohingya arriving from Myanmar into Bangladesh of sexual and gender based violence. IOM is providing urgent medical and psychological support to survivors. “Sexual and gender-based… Read More ›