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The conviction of former Gambian Interior Minister Ousman Sonko in Switzerland for crimes against humanity on 15 May 2024 is historical in many ways. However, the decision by the Swiss Federal Criminal Court’s (FCC) to dismiss all charges of sexual violence casts a shadow over this landmark verdict. Ousman Sonko was found guilty of three murders, multiple acts of tort...

General Assembly 2024: Information and useful documents

22.04.2024 - (Last modified: 27.05.2024)
Members of TRIAL International are invited to participate in the General Assembly (GA) of the organization which will take place on June 13, starting at 6:30 p.m. in our office, located at 95 rue de Lyon in Geneva. AGENDA Meeting and discussion with Samuel Emonet, Executive Director of Justice Rapid Response (www.justicerapidresponse.org) Approval of the agen...

Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review: Highlights in 2023

15.04.2024 - (Last modified: 16.04.2024)
TRIAL International, in collaboration with Civitas Maxima, the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA), the European...
Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review 2024
TRIAL International, alongside Foundation United Women and Foundation Lara, welcomes the Government of Republika Srpska'...
The 13th February marks the 28th anniversary of the beginning of the civil war in Nepal which lasted 10 years. However...
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Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona
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(8-12 January 2024, Federal Criminal Court, Bellinzona, Switzerland) The trial of Ousman Sonko opened on 8 January 2024...
©TRIAL International / plaintiffs, plaintiffs’ lawyers and TRIAL representatives before the Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona.
In its decision in the case of the Family of the late Jackson Ndikuriyo v. Burundi, the African Commission on Human...
(Geneva, 28 December 2023) - The trial of former Algerian Defence Minister Khaled Nezzar will take place in Bellinzona b...
Ten years ago, to the day, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) of Switzerland, opened a criminal investigation for...
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Who is Bai L. and what are the charges against him? Bai L. is a 48-year-old Gambian citizen who is alleged to have been a member of the “Junglers” death squad, a paramilitary unit also known as the “Patrol Team” created by the former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh. According to the indictment, “the aim of [the Junglers’] operations was to intimidate the Gam...
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