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Michael Sang Correa

22.03.2021 - (Last modified: 06.04.2021)
Facts Michael Sang Correa is an alleged former member of the Junglers, a paramilitary unit in The Gambia. The Junglers are believed to be responsible for carrying out widespread human rights abuses on behalf of former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh. Under his rule, from 1994 to 2016, human rights violations, including enforced disappearances, torture, extrajudicial k...

Gina Haspel

04.04.2019 - (Last modified: 12.08.2019)
Facts Gina Haspel was born in 1957 in Ashland, Kentucky. She holds a degree in languages and journalism from the Univer...
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Ali Mamluk

06.06.2018 - (Last modified: 24.03.2021)
Facts Ali Mamluk was born in Damascus on 19 February 1946. He is one of the founders of the Syrian Air Force Intelligen...
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An op-ed by Philip Grant President Trump’s support for torture goes against everything TRIAL International fights for....
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Inocente Orlando Montano Morales

18.10.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Inocente Orlando Montano Morales was born on 4 July 1943 in San Vincente, El Salvador. In 1989 Orlando Montano he...
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Mohammed Jabbateh

12.08.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Liberian national, Mohammed Jabbateh is born in 1947. He owns a business in Southwest Philadelphia, PA (USA), shi...
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Geoffrey D. Miller

27.07.2016 - (Last modified: 14.07.2020)
FACTS Geoffrey D. Miller was born on 8 October 1949 in Gallipolis, Ohio. He holds a Bachelor in History from Ohio State...
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George W. Bush

16.05.2016 - (Last modified: 17.02.2017)
During his presidential mandate in the United States, George W. Bush authorized the CIA, in a directive dated September 17, 2001, to abduct suspected terrorists and hold them in secret detention centers, mainly in Guantanamo Bay, but also in Afghanistan, Thailand, Poland and Rumania. At these centers, Mr Bush authorized the use of “enhanced interrogation techniques”,...

Michel Desaedeleer

09.05.2016 - (Last modified: 08.07.2020)
Facts During the civil war in Sierra Leone (1991-2002), the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) reduced civilians to slavery in order to mine diamonds in Kono district mines. Those diamonds were then sent to the former Liberian President Charles Taylor, in Monrovia, and sold on the international market. Michel Desaedeleer, a Belgian and American citizen, is alleg...

Jucontee Thomas Smith Woewiyu

08.05.2016 - (Last modified: 07.04.2021)
Facts Born in 1946 in Liberia, Jucontee Thomas Smith Woewiyu is a former co-founder and one of the leaders of the Natio...
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Li Peng

08.05.2016 - (Last modified: 27.07.2020)
facts Li Peng was born on 20 October 1928 in Yibin in China, in the Sichuan province. His father was a martyred rev...
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G8 commitment to tackle impunity for rape in conflict welcome

12.04.2013 - (Last modified: 13.07.2017)
London/Geneva, 12 April 2013 – A Declaration on Preventing Sexual Violence In Conflict was agreed yesterday by the G8 countries, declaring that rape and other serious sexual violence amount to war crimes and grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions constitutes an emphatic reminder that states are required to investigate and prosecute conflict-related sexual violence w...
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