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FACTS Budengeri is suspected of having participated in the genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda 1994. Budengeri arrived in Norway as a refugee through the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in 2006. He became a Norwegian citizen in 2014. The investigation against him started in November 2017.   LEGAL PROCEDURE On 5 June 2018, he was arrested by Kripos on su...

Aung San Suu Kyi

27.07.2020
FACTS On 25 August 2017, a military crackdown started in Myanmar against the Rohingya people after militants allegedly attacked police posts in Rakhine State. The violent repression forced more than 740’000 civilians to flee massacres, extrajudicial executions and sexual violence. The United Nations Independent International Fact-Finding Mission in Myanmar conclud...

BNP Paribas

27.07.2020
FACTS From 2002 to 2008, BNPP was the primary foreign bank of the Sudanese government. During this time, Sudanese government forces and its militia called the Janjaweed were engaged in an armed conflict with rebel groups. They systematically targeted civilians belonging to the same non-Arab ethnic groups as the rebels (particularly the Masalit, Fur and Zaghawa), in D...
FACTS In August 2014, Jennifer W. left Germany for Iraq and joined ISIS there. In the period between June and September 2015, she allegedly conducted the so-called daily “moral patrols” in ISIS-occupied Fallujah and Mosul by inspecting whether women’s behavior and clothing complied with the rules set by ISIS. While conducting such patrols, Jennifer W. reportedly carr...
The world discovered with horror, just 25 years ago, that barbarism was not a thing of the past. Within a few days start...
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An op-ed by Valerie Paulet   The fight against terrorism has become a political priority for many governments, and p...
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The latest Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review (UJAR) salutes the rise of universal jurisdiction cases worldwide. It al...
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The controversial Chetnik rally, which was supposed to take place in Visegrad on 13 March has been called off by the aut...
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The denial of genocide, the Holocaust, crimes against humanity and war crimes is used by a growing portion of the politi...
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The former Gambian dictator's death squads, known as "Junglers", have killed at least 45 individuals in the region of Ca...
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In partnership with the Philip Kirsch Institute and the Canadian Centre for International Justice. Joseph Rikhof is...
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Philippe Hategekimana (Philippe Manier)

18.04.2018 - (Last modified: 15.07.2020)
Facts 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 o...
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