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TRIAL International before the UN Security Council

05.11.2019 - (Last modified: 14.11.2019)
On 5 November 2019, TRIAL International had the opportunity to address the United Nations Security Council regarding the...
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On 30 October 2019, Radomir Šušnjar, also known as “Lalco”, was found guilty for the murder of 57 Bosniaks in Višegrad,...
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Geneva, Bern, 4 August 2011 The Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) and TRIAL – Swiss Association against Impunity – filed today a criminal complaint with the Federal Attorney General against the former Major General Jagath Dias for war crimes. Although the STP and TRIAL have invited the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) on several occasions to take act...

Bosnia and Herzegovina: dissuasive legal costs

26.08.2019 - (Last modified: 29.08.2019)
The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has dismissed the request for a review of the civil procedure laws on...
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Can videos taken with a smartphone help prosecute and punish mass crimes? This is the goal of the eyeWitness project; se...
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Emmanuelle Marchand is a Senior Legal Counsel and Investigator for the NGO Civitas Maxima. Like TRIAL International, it...
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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...
TRIAL International and Yale Law School’s Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic submitted a General Allegation to...
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The hearings began in November 2018, yet they are still far from over. Why? The trial of warlord Ntabo Ntaberi, known as...
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Abu Khuder

10.06.2019
Globe Global
Now 47-year-old Abu Khuder (nom de guerre) has lived in the Netherlands since 2014. He was granted a temporary asylum permit there after fleeing Syria. In 2012, Abu Khuder stated in an interview for The Guardian that in the beginning of the conflict (2011), he worked as an officer in a Syrian border force, the Camel Corps. When the conflict erupted, he joined the Free...
(Geneva, Berlin, New York, 3 June 2019) Three groups working on accountability for atrocity crimes – the Syrian Archiv...
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Raad A.

30.05.2019 - (Last modified: 06.06.2019)
Raad A. allegedly joined ISIS in June 2014 in Mosul. In October 2014, he allegedly participated in the execution of a high-ranking Iraqi civil servant captured by ISIS after the group took control over the city. In this context, Raad, together with other ISIS members, including Abbas R., allegedly escorted the captive to the execution site in Mosul and guarded him unt...
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