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Supporting a female victim of torture in Burundi

12.06.2019 - (Last modified: 30.07.2019)
In 2014, Sara (real name withheld) was severely tortured in Burundi. Five years later, with no accountability in sight f...
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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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Access to justice is more crucial than ever to ease the existing tensions in the North and South Kivu provinces of the D...
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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...
Just one year ago, the Swiss Federal Criminal Court (FCC) recognized the existence of a civil war in Algeria during the...
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Mohamad K.

23.05.2019 - (Last modified: 29.05.2019)
Mohamad K. is a former member of the Free Syrian Army (FSA). He was accused of having committed war crimes in Idlib, Syria. Jointly with two other members of the FSA, Mohamad allegedly captured and detained two members of an armed group fighting on the side of the Syrian government for an unknown period of time between January 2012 and January 2013. To punish the deta...

Ahmad Zaheer D.

23.05.2019
Ahmad Zaheer D. is a former member of the Afghan military forces. In this capacity, he was reportedly responsible for interrogation of captured fighters on at least one occasion. While interrogating three detained fighters, Ahmad allegedly severely beat them by hand and by a plastic tube together with another military official. He apparently beat a prisoner, pulling h...
On 20 May 2019, the Human Rights Committee (HRC) issued a landmark decision in the case of Fulmati Nyaya (pseudonym), an...
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Prosecuting international crimes: a matter of willingness

17.05.2019 - (Last modified: 10.07.2019)
How do different countries prosecute genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and enforced disappearance?...
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2018 ACTIVITY REPORT

15.05.2019 - (Last modified: 20.05.2019)
TRIAL International’s activity report for 2018 is hosted on its own website. To receive a print abridged copy, please...
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