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The Gambia: The TRRC recommendations should be followed by accountability
As the Gambian government is working on finalising in the coming weeks the white paper that will provide the roadmap for...
Plundering of Libyan fuel: war crimes proceedings opened in case involving Swiss tradin...
Respect for international humanitarian law must prevail over the quest for profits! According to information publishe...
TRIAL International participates to the 20th FIFDH!
This year, TRIAL International will once again take part to the International Film Festival on Human Rights in Genev...
Victims of the Algerian civil war still await justice
Did Switzerland miss a historic opportunity to judge a potential war criminal? It has been ten years to the day since TR...
DRC: Former militiaman Chance sentenced to life in South Kivu
14.09.2021 - (Last modified: 26.09.2022)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Victims obtained a favorable verdict on 21 September 2021, only 8 days after the opening of the trial of a militia leade...
Putting faces on the loved ones of disappeared persons
30.08.2021 - (Last modified: 25.08.2021)
A young girl, whose father was reduced to a picture on a mobile phone, a woman who wonders where the love of her life is...
Universal jurisdiction case in Argentina: an important decision for the Rohingyas
12.08.2021 - (Last modified: 18.08.2021)
An Argentinian court will soon hear the appeal of the only pending universal jurisdiction case on crimes against the Roh...
Burundi: Release lawyer Tony Germain Nkina
Burundian authorities should immediately and unconditionally release lawyer Tony Germain Nkina, who was sentenced to fiv...
Denying wartime horrors is now a criminal offence in BiH
29.07.2021 - (Last modified: 31.08.2021)
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Denial of genocide and other war crimes, that is likely to incite violence or hatred, is now prohibited by law in Bosnia...
International justice: what role for civil society ?
On 17 July 1998, the Rome Statute laid the foundation for the International Criminal Court and the date became the Day o...
Enforced disappearances: Mexico faces its responsibilities
14.07.2021 - (Last modified: 19.08.2021)
By recognising the binding nature of the urgent actions of the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances, the Supreme Cour...
Transitional justice: a make or break opportunity for Nepal?
Nepal’s transitional justice mechanisms are in continued tardiness to address the voice and needs of the victims. Could...
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