Domestic prosecutions in Germany and other European countries offer some hope of justice to victims of war crimes.
Mia Swart is a producer with the Public Liberties and Human Rights Centre at Al Jazeera. Mia is an international lawyer with a particular interest in ... international criminal law and humanitarian law.
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