Posts Tagged ‘Hague’

Press TV: Luis Moreno-Ocampo, chief prosecutor of the Hague-based ICC, said he is mulling over the prosecution case of Israeli officials responsible for the suspected crimes committed during the recent offensive in Gaza. (more…)

Human Rights Watch (HRW) analysis of the current situation in Darfur as the International Criminal Court issues a warrant on Sudanese president Omar al Bashir. (more…)

The International Criminal Court has issued a warrant for the arrest of Sudan’s genocidal president Omar al Bashir, who uses the justification of “neo-colonialism” defending allegations of crimes against humanity. (more…)

Amnesty Int’l calls for tribunal for human rights abuses in Lebabon. (more…)

Scott Horton of AntiWar Radio interviews Glenn Greenwald who “discusses the Obama administration’s impact on civil liberties, the failure of Obama’s government to reverse a single Bush-era legal position, how the Bagram prison in Afghanistan is replacing Guantanamo as the new extralegal detention facility, the spectacular claim that a global war on terror makes the whole world a battlefield and all its inhabitants potential enemy combatants, the history of the state secrets privilege from its original limited exemptions to the current claims of total immunity and why non-prosecuting truth and reconciliation committees should be reserved for third-world countries.” (more…)