Iturians question ICC head
It might seem like just another village meeting, but the presence of armed police at the local parish hall suggests something serious is going on.
Textbooks to document KR
In the shade of trees draping over the schoolyard, 3,000 students sit on sheets of newspaper, in crisp white shirts and black skirts or slacks. They wait patiently for the ceremony to end, then teachers walk between the neat rows handing out textbooks – the first in Cambodia’s history to document the Khmer Rouge in detail.
“Revenge is for them”
Isaac Fransman: born in Amsterdam July 23 1898, deceased 9 April 1943 in Sobibor; Rachel Fransman-Lochem: born in Amsterdam July 7 1900, April 9 1943 deceased in Sobibor.
UN: Guinea junta should be tried for crimes against humanity
Captain Moussa Dadis Camara, leader of Guinea’s junta, should be charged with crimes against humanity relating to a massacre and mass rape during an opposition rally in September, the UN says in a leaked report.
Kurdish victims demand compensation
Sixteen victims of Saddam Hussein’s poison gas attacks on the Kurdish population in Northern Iraq and Iran in the 1980s are demanding compensation from Dutch businessman Frans van Anraat.
Netherlands not required to request Poch extradition
Almost three months after his arrest, Transavia pilot Julio Poch is still sitting in a Spanish prison, awaiting his next destination. A Dutch judge ruled last week that the Netherlands does not have to ask Spain to extradite him, meaning Poch will probably stand trial in Argentina.