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ICC: Clear Message on Attacking World’s …

(Geneva) – The International Criminal Court’s sentencing on September 27, 2016 of Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi for his role in destroying historical and religious monuments in Timbuktu, Mali, sends a clear...

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Guinea: 7 Years On, Justice for Massacre…

In Guinea’s capital, Conakry, family members cry after identifying the body of a relative killed on September 28, 2009, when security forces fired on opposition supporters as they marched to...

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UN/African Union: Reject ICC Withdrawal

(New York) – The African Union (AU), in advance of a meeting with the United Nations Security Council on September 23, 2016, should end consideration of a call for mass...

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ICC: Countries Should Press Kenya on Obs…

(Brussels) – International Criminal Court (ICC) member countries should address the court’s finding of obstruction by Kenya in the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta, Human Rights Watch said today. An...

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UN Security Council: Ensure Justice for …

(New York) – The United Nations Security Council should urgently impose sanctions on the Syrian government for chemical weapon attacks in Syria and refer the situation to the International Criminal...

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Dispatches: Governments Defend ICC at Af…

The 27th African Union summit closed Monday evening without an AU call for immediate mass withdrawal from the International Criminal Court in the face of strong pushback from Nigeria, Senegal...

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The International Criminal Court at a Cr…

July 17, the Day of International Criminal Justice, is the anniversary of the Rome Statute, which paved the way for the creation of the International Criminal Court (ICC).Anniversaries are often...

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Dispatches: Marking A Day for Internatio…

The past year has seen important gains for justice for victims of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity – victories we should celebrate on the Day of International Criminal...

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Human Rights Watch Response to Chilcot I…

Today the Iraq Inquiry, chaired by Sir John Chilcot, published its report on lessons to be learned from the United Kingdom’s involvement in the Iraq war. The following comment can be...

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Chilcot Report: We Need to See Senior Fi…

Sir John Chilcot's report on lessons to be learned from the 2003 invasion of Iraq has taken seven years to produce. David Cameron has said it should not be about...

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African Activists Speak out in Defense o…

Activists from across Africa highlight the need for African governments to support the International Criminal Court in a video by 21 African and international nongovernmental organizations. In January 2016, the AU gave its...

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  • Alabama lottery outlook bleak as Senate set for debate

    Alabama lottery outlook bleak as Senate set for debate

    The Alabama Senate is set to debate later Wednesday whether to allow residents to vote on a constitutional amendment to establish a lottery. But the outlook for both proposals from Gov. Robert Bentley and State Sen. Jim McClendon, R-Springville, remains bleak.

    Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, said Tuesday that he was not optimistic

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  • Court hears Birmingham police appeal over use of pepper spray in city high schools

    Court hears Birmingham police appeal over use of pepper spray in city high schools

    The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday heard arguments in the appeal by Birmingham police of a federal judge's order that includes requiring new training and decontamination procedures for School Resource Officers' use of pepper spray at city high schools.

    Whether the officers had qualified immunity and whether one of the named

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