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Crimes Against Humanity
Mob kills stu­dent over ‘blas­phe­my’ in north­ern Niger­ian col­lege
Cas­es of mob at­tacks be­cause of al­leged blas­phe­my hap­pen in­ter­mit­tent­ly in Nige­ria, es­pe­cial­ly in the north.
12 May 2022
Al Jazeera staff in Wash­ing­ton, DC mourn Abu Ak­leh
Jour­nal­ists gath­ered in the US cap­i­tal to hold a mo­ment of si­lence for their beloved col­league Shireen Abu Ak­leh.
11 May 2022
Syr­i­an rights groups urge UN to probe Tada­mon mas­sacre
The SNHR calls US diplo­mat to the UN for ‘im­me­di­ate ac­tion’ af­ter video ap­pears to show ex­e­cu­tion of civil­ians.
9 May 2022
Fam­i­ly dis­cov­ers miss­ing rel­a­tive in gris­ly Syr­i­an mas­sacre video
A leaked video ex­plic­it­ly re­veals grue­some crimes com­mit­ted by Syr­i­an in­tel­li­gence of­fi­cers against civil­ians.
5 May 2022
‘Eight years of agony’: Pales­tini­ans slam Is­raeli killings rul­ing
Is­raeli court slammed for re­ject­ing ap­peal over four Pales­tin­ian chil­dren killed in 2014 air raids on beach in Gaza.
30 Apr 2022
Khmer Rouge Tri­bunal, help­ing Cam­bo­di­ans heal, nears end
Hy­brid UN-Cam­bo­dia court has been crit­i­cised, but teach­ing peo­ple about the past will be its most valu­able lega­cy.
28 Apr 2022
CAR war crimes tri­al post­poned for sec­ond time
The tri­al is re­lat­ed to the mas­sacre of 46 civil­ians in the north­ern vil­lages of Kound­jili and Lemouna in May 2019.
26 Apr 2022
ICC pros­e­cu­tor to join EU team prob­ing war crimes in Ukraine
Joint team with Lithua­nia, Poland and Ukraine will look into pos­si­ble war crimes com­mit­ted fol­low­ing Rus­sia’s in­va­sion.
25 Apr 2022
Jam­meh ally on tri­al in Ger­many over role in Gam­bian death squad
Bai Lowe is ac­cused of be­ing a dri­ver for the ex-Gam­bian leader’s hit squad, known as Jun­glers, be­tween 2003 and 2006.
25 Apr 2022
US Con­gress votes to sus­pend Rus­sia trade sta­tus, en­act oil ban
Re­ports of atroc­i­ties by Russ­ian forces in Bucha, Ukraine prompt­ed US leg­is­la­tors to ad­vance trade, en­er­gy penal­ties.
7 Apr 2022
‘Stronger to­geth­er’: Myan­mar, Rus­sia pa­rade mil­i­tary re­la­tion­ship
In­creas­ing­ly iso­lat­ed on the world stage, Myan­mar’s deep­en­ing Rus­sia ties will be on dis­play at an­nu­al Armed Forces Day.
27 Mar 2022
US, UK, Cana­da sanc­tions tar­get Myan­mar air force, ‘arms deal­ers’
New sanc­tions im­posed as gen­er­als who seized pow­er in Feb­ru­ary 2021 coup con­tin­ue as­sault on civil­ians.
26 Mar 2022
Myan­mar mil­i­tary de­lib­er­ate­ly killed civil­ians af­ter coup: Re­port
For­ti­fy Rights says 61 se­nior po­lice and mil­i­tary of­fi­cials should be in­ves­ti­gat­ed for al­leged ‘crimes against hu­man­i­ty’
24 Mar 2022
Ger­many launch­es probe into sus­pect­ed war crimes in Ukraine
Ger­many’s jus­tice min­is­ter says the coun­try’s fed­er­al pros­e­cu­tion of­fice opened a probe to col­lect ev­i­dence in Ukraine.
8 Mar 2022
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