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14 September 2011 by Thijs Bouwknegt

Everyone has the right to information. This is especially true when it concerns human rights violations; victims’ relatives have the right to know what happened to their loved ones. 

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05 July 2011 by -

The Dutch State has been held accountable for the death of Bosnian Muslim men in Srebrenica in 1995. The High Court in The Hague announced this decision in the case that was initiated by surviving relatives. The Netherlands has been ordered to pay damages.

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30 June 2010 by Robert-Jan Friele

Former Transavia pilot Julio Poch, of Dutch-Argentinean nationality, will be prosecuted for his role in the ‘death flights’ carried out during Argentina’s last military dictatorship.

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13 July 2010 by Sebastiaan Gottlieb

Relatives of three victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre last week filed a complaint with the Dutch prosecutor’s office charging three former United Nations peacekeepers with complicity in genocide, war crimes and murder.

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17 November 2010 by Linawati Sidarto

Survivors of a massacre by Dutch soldiers in an Indonesian village over six decades ago are demanding official apologies and reparations through a landmark court case ongoing in The Hague. The Dutch state claims that the case has exceeded its statute of limitation, but legal experts accuse The Hague of being arbitrary.

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