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03.07.2019 - (Last modified: 12.08.2019)
The brutal crackdown led by the Syrian regime against its civil society since March 2011 escalated in a conflict that caused more than 400’000 deaths, mainly of civilians. The crackdown also included innumerable arbitrary detentions, enforced disappearances, and cases of systematic torture in detention centres. In the early years of the conflict, the regime of Bashar...

Lafarge / Eric Olsen and others

03.07.2019 - (Last modified: 13.08.2019)
Lafarge is a French company created in 1833 and considered as a global leader in construction material and as one of the major actors in cement, aggregates and concrete production. The company is present and active in 61 countries, including Syria. It merged with the Swiss Group Holcim in July 2015. The company declares a sales annual revenue of 8,6 billion euros in t...

Prosecuting international crimes: a matter of willingness

17.05.2019 - (Last modified: 10.07.2019)
How do different countries prosecute genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and enforced disappearance?...
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Mohammed bin Salman

29.03.2019 - (Last modified: 13.08.2019)
Mohammed bin Salman was born in 1985. He obtained a law degree from King Saud University. He served as an adviser to the...
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Jamil Hassan

22.03.2019 - (Last modified: 29.03.2019)
Jamil Hassan was born in 1953 in Homs, Syria. Adviser of the President Bashar al-Assad, he became in 2009 the Chief of t...
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Kunti K

07.09.2018
Kuti K. was born in 1974. He is a Liberian national, naturalized Dutch. He was allegedly a former commander in the United Liberation Movement of Liberia for Democracy (ULIMO) fighting during the First Liberian civil war (1989-1996). The ULIMO was fighting Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia (NPFL) until 1996.  

Ahmed Hamdane Mahmoud El Ayach El Aswadi

15.08.2018 - (Last modified: 12.07.2019)
Ahmed Hamdane Mahmoud Ayach El Aswadi was born on 15 April 1984 in Samarra, Iraq. In 2014, El Aswadi was imprisoned in Tikrit for terrorist acts. It was before the Islamic State (ISIS) attacked the city. He reportedly fled the prison where he was detained and left the city towards Erbil. A year later, in August 2015, he left Erbil for Turkey. After staying for two mon...

Khalifa Haftar

06.06.2018 - (Last modified: 02.07.2018)
Born on 7 November 1943, Khaalifa Belqasim Haftar is the commander-in-chief of the Libyan National Army (ANL) since 2015...
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Philippe Manier (Hategekimana)

18.04.2018 - (Last modified: 20.07.2019)
Philippe Hategekimana, alias Biguma, is a former police officer from the Nyanza commune near Butare in southern Rwanda. He is suspected of having participated in genocide of Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994. He was allegedly involved in the organisation and commission of multiple atrocities in Nyanza and the surrounding villages in April 1994. He is also suspected of the foll...
Teodoro Nguema Obiang was born on 25 of June 1969. He is the son of Equatorial Guinea’s President and the current...
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Rifaat Al-Assad

08.11.2017 - (Last modified: 28.05.2019)
Rifaat Al-Assad was born on 22 August 1937 in Qardaha, in Northwestern Syria. He is the younger brother of the former Pr...
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The District Court of Bobigny (France) upheld a guilty verdict against Pascal Simbikangwa for genocide and crimes agains...
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