Int. Justice Tribune

To survive, Sofiya lied about her ethnicity, 40 yrs on she testifies in #ECCC Khmer Rouge #genocide trial https://www.justicetribune.com/articles/eccc-turns-its-attention-genocid... ?

Philip Grant

#Cambodia : ECCC turns its attention to genocide of ethnic minorities under Khmer Rouge | Via @Justicetribune https://www.justicetribune.com/articles/eccc-turns-its-attention-genocid... ?

Int. Justice Tribune

'I wondered why they took the Cham away and killed them' witness tells @KRTribunal in Khmer Rouge #genocide trial
https://www.justicetribune.com/articles/eccc-turns-its-attention-genocid... ?

Int. Justice Tribune

'I wondered why they took the Cham away and killed them' witness tells @KRTribunal in Khmer Rouge #genocide trial https://www.justicetribune.com/articles/eccc-turns-its-attention-genocid... ?

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Witness appears before the ECCC in case 002/02 against on 13 January 2016 (Photo: Flickr/ECCC/Nhet Sok Heng)
10 February 2016 by Ate Hoekstra, Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

Judges at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) continued this month hearing eyewitness testimony about how the Khmer Rouge targeted Cham Muslims and ethnic Vietnamese, including women and children. Case 002/02, part two of the case against former Khmer Rouge leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan [IJT-176, IJT-179], tackles the question of whether the regime committed genocide as per the narrow legal definition.

stephanie vandenberg

Official statement on #Tolimir death from #ICTY https://twitter.com/ICTYnews/status/697046719025041412 ?

stephanie vandenberg

Local media in Bosnia & Serbia reporting general Zdravko Tolimir convicted over #Srebrenica #genocide died in ICTY custody in The Hague

Int. Justice Tribune

#Guatemala: progress with #SepurZarco trial, #Coban arrests. Setback for #RiosMontt retrial, writes @ReynoldsLouisa http://bit.ly/1Ph4pFO 

Int. Justice Tribune

#Guatemala #SepurZarco sex slaves finally see their tormentors in court: @ReynoldsLouisa reports on landmark case https://www.justicetribune.com/articles/guatemalan-war-time-sex-slaves-h... ?

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Judge Yassmin Barrios presiding the Sepur Zarco trial in Guatemala (Photo: Twitter/@usembassyguate)
03 February 2016 by Louisa Reynolds, Guatemala City (Guatemala)

Guatemala this week started the landmark trial of two former military officers who face charges of sexual and domestic slavery and forced disappearances. This marks the first time – ever and anywhere – that a national court will hear charges of sexual slavery committed during an armed conflict.

 

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