Benjamin Durr

Benjamin Durr


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Ac­quit­ted Con­golese mili­tia leader Math­ieu Ngud­jo­lo Chui de­scribes be­ing held as an ICC pris­on­er while in the dock.

Published On 8 Jun 2015
International Criminal Court

Lord’s Re­sis­tance Army com­man­der known for bru­tal­i­ty is the first from feared rebel group to ap­pear be­fore the ICC.

Published On 3 Feb 2015
Uganda Dominic Ongwen LRA

At­tempt­ing to low­er ma­ter­nal deaths, south­ern African coun­try re­vised its pe­nal code to al­low some abor­tions.

Published On 26 Jan 2015
Mozambique abortion laws

If court ac­cepts Pales­tine’s ap­pli­ca­tion, pros­e­cu­tor could open in­ves­ti­ga­tion into war crimes and geno­cide by any par­ty.

Published On 3 Jan 2015

Suc­cess­ful ef­fort to re­move the coun­try’s ex­plo­sive lega­cy gives hope to­tal mine clear­ance can be re­peat­ed world­wide.

Published On 31 Dec 2014

A Christ­mas tra­di­tion in the Nether­lands is ev­i­dence, some say, of racism in a coun­try seen as a bas­tion of tol­er­ance.

Published On 5 Dec 2014

For­mer Con­golese VP’s tri­al could set a prece­dent for the pros­e­cu­tion of mil­i­tary lead­ers us­ing rape as a weapon of war.

Published On 30 Nov 2014

Radovan Karadz­ic, a poet and psy­chi­a­trist, de­fend­ed him­self against geno­cide charges as The Hague case winds down.

Published On 9 Oct 2014

An Am­s­ter­dam mu­se­um is caught in the mid­dle of a proxy fight be­tween Rus­sia, Ukraine and the West.

Published On 24 Aug 2014