Today, the International Criminal Court (ICC) set the date for the commencement of the trial in the case Abdallah Banda Abakaer Nourain and Saleh Mohammed Jerbo Jamus for 5 May 2014. The delay was deemed necessary to allow the adoption of measures meant to ensure that trial proceedings will not be interrupted, including witness protection [...]
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ICC’s Decision on Malawi’s Failure to Arrest Al Bashir Damages the Authority of the Court and Relations with the African Union
by Göran Sluiter In this phase of its existence the ICC increasingly and openly struggles with states that challenge the Court and refuse to cooperate with it. This should not come unexpected; a large number of states can lawfully ignore the Court, because they are not a party to the Rome Statute. As far as [...]
According to an ICC Press Release, Abdel Raheem Muhammad Hussein is wanted for crimes against humanity and war crimes. He is suspected of having made “essential contributions” to a plan of attacking insurgents in the Darfur region. Share this: