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Deep-rooted structural deficiencies have resulted in impunity for human rights violations in Burundi. Based on its own e...
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A message from Lamija Tiro, Legal Advisor This year, a survivor of sexual violence finally received international recog...
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A message from Elsa Taquet, Legal Advisor   "You robbed me of my childhood and killed my parents. Now you must an...
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Former Gambian "Jungler" appeared in US court

04.12.2020 - (Last modified: 07.12.2020)
On 3 December 2020, former member of the elite Gambian paramilitary unit Michael Correa appeared before a US District Co...
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After nearly 28 years, the survivor of a rape committed during the war in Foča finally saw her two attackers convicted i...
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As the trial against Alieu Kosiah opens in Bellinzona, many welcome Switzerland's commitment to international justice. B...
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A message from Emeline Escafit, Legal Advisor, International Investigations and Litigation For more than 20 years, Yahy...
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It has been 14 years since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord which formally ended the armed conflict. Howeve...
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Geneva/Goma, 23 November 2020. For immediate release. Two years almost to the day after its opening, the case against t...
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Dayton Peace Agreement: 25 years later, what legacy for Bosnia?

21.11.2020 - (Last modified: 20.11.2020)
Exactly 25 years ago, on 21 November 1995, the Dayton Peace Agreement put an end to the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I...
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Goma/Geneva, 20 November 2020 - for immediate release. The verdict is nearing for the warlord Ntabo Ntaberi, better know...
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Did Swiss businessman Christoph Huber commit pillage – a war crime under international law – by purchasing minerals from...
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