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Int'l Criminal Court 13h
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Prosecutor on closing situation: ICC may still exercise its jurisdiction over crimes that could be committed in in the future”
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Int'l Criminal Court 13h
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Prosecutor : closing situation doesn’t diminish the seriousness of violent acts & human rights violations that appear to have occurred in Gabon in the course of the post-election crisis nor their impact on the victims
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Int'l Criminal Court 13h
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Prosecutor on closing situation: After a thorough factual & legal analysis, I have decided to close this preliminary examination for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction. Read detailed report on findings here
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Int'l Criminal Court 13h
Prosecutor on closing situation: crimes allegedly committed in the situation in do not fall within the scope of crimes that the ICC is mandated to investigate & prosecute
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Int'l Criminal Court 16h
Join us today in celebrating International and every day in fighting to end impunity and bring lasting peace and healing to communities affected by crimes.
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The Netherlands at the ICC 20h
follow up on the Arria-meeting on and cooperation that took place July 6th at the UN in New York hosted by the Netherlands to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 20
Does the replace national courts? No. States have the primary responsibility to investigate and prosecute perpetrators of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and aggression. The is a court of last resort. Learn more:
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 19
The and other international organisations open their doors for a special weekend programme this Sunday 23 September. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit us and learn more about how you can join us in building a
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 18
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Prosecutor : every preliminary examination undergoes rigorous & independent evaluation of information available & thorough assessment of criteria. This is the least we owe to
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 18
Prosecutor on Preliminary Examination : "The preliminary examination may take into account alleged coercive acts having resulted in the forced displacement of people & potentially other alleged crimes”.
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 18
Prosecutor opens a Preliminary Examination concerning the alleged deportation of the people from to . Read her statement here
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 18
In case you missed it: watch today’s opening statements by the Defence in the case before Trial Chamber IX (Part I) (other sessions to follow on the ICC YouTube channel )
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 18
Starting now: opening statements by the Defence in the Dominic case. Tune in now
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
Tomorrow at the : Opening statements by the Defence in the Dominic case. Follow the hearing:
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
Ahead of tomorrow’s opening statements by the Defence in the trial, a group of Ugandan community leaders, media and civil society came to the to attend the hearing and to interact with ICC officials for an entire week, starting with Registrar
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
et al. case: Watch programme about today’s re-sentencing decision by Trial Chamber VII
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
In case you missed it: watch today’s hearing on the re-sentencing decision issued by Trial Chamber VII in the et al. case
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
Read press release: et al. case: Trial Chamber VII delivers its re-sentencing decision
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
Starting now: Webstreaming of the Trial Chamber VII’s decision on the sentence in the et al. case
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Int'l Criminal Court Sep 17
Today at the : Decision on the sentence in the et al. case to be issued by Trial Chamber VII. Follow the proceedings live at 15:00 (The Hague time):
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