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Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
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DRC election: the dangers behind Bemba’s possible candidacy
DRC election: the dangers behind Bemba’s possible candidacy
The possible return of Jean-Pierre Bemba has shocked many in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN: Libya slave auctions may be crime against humanity
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Monday he was horrified by video footage showing migrants being sold as slaves in Libya and that these...
Will seven million starving Yemenis ever find justice?
Will seven million starving Yemenis ever find justice?
The last two decades have seen a significant expansion of international, regional and domestic accountability mechanisms for an array of international crimes and a variety of forgotten victims. Much of this activity has been focused on the conduct of senior military and political...
​ICC case shows executive can’t act unilaterally
​ICC case shows executive can’t act unilaterally
Identity politics continues to engulf South Africa in ever-increasingly virulent ways. Last year it was the universities that bore the brunt of a...
ICC prosecutors say US forces may have committed war crimes
ICC prosecutors say US forces may have committed war crimes
Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court in The Hague said on Monday there were preliminary grounds to believe United States forces...
ICC is too focused on Africa, must take the blame for SA's departure
ICC is too focused on Africa, must take the blame for SA's departure
The new South Africa has been a bastion of respect for human rights, and its decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court is a sign...
SA begins process to withdraw from International Criminal Court
SA begins process to withdraw from International Criminal Court
South Africa is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, according to a document seen by Reuters on Thursday, a move which would take...
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Al Bashir ruling a 'landmark judgement for international criminal justice'
Government leaders might have to face serious consequences should they accept the Supreme Court of Appeal’s ruling on South Africa’s failure to...
International justice hinges on strengthening the ICC
International justice hinges on strengthening the ICC
This week, 123 countries that have signed up to the International Criminal Court (ICC) started their annual meeting in The Hague in the Netherlands...

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