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ICL Media Review: The ICC’s Pre-Trial Chamber decides to review admissibility of Simone Gbagbo’s case

Simone Gbagbo
Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 08:50

In this week's review, news about the ICJ’s provisional measures concerning Iran and the US, the adjournment of the Gbagbo / Ble Goude ‘no case to answer’ hearings, the reversal of Fujimori's pardon for crimes against humanity, a finding of genocide in Guatemala, the ICC’s review of admissibility in Simone Gbagbo’s case and more

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ICJ Media Review: Duterte considers himself beyond ICC jurisdiction

Rodrigo Duterte - President of the Philippines
Friday, February 16, 2018 - 06:13

In this week's review, news about a trial brief for the Prosecution in Gbagbo, the Trust Fund for victims in the Habre case, Bensouda’s statement on child soldiers, inquiry into drug deaths in the Philippines and Duterte’s position on the ICC, Al-Wefalli’s release and the ICC Prosecution’s submission of more information regarding Afghanistan

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ICJ Media Review: ICC issues statement responding to allegations concerning Ocampo and Libya

Friday, October 13, 2017 - 15:55

In this week's review, news about the ICC decision on deceased victim procedure, Gbagbo’s notice of appeal on detention rejection, the Stanisic and Simatovic retrial, the ICC Georgia investigation, Ntaganda agreed facts, Naser Oric’s acquittal and more

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ICJ Media Review: ICC decides to continue detention of Laurent Gbagbo

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 04:23

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In this week's review, news about evidence in the Ongwen case, Gbagbo detention, Stanisic provisional release, submissions on Lubanga sentence, Benouda at the UN GA meeting and more

ICC Trial Chamber orders publication of public evidence from Ongwen case

On 25 September, Judge Betram Schmitt, acting on behalf of Trial Chamber IX of the ICC issued a decision in regards to the prosecution’s submission of public redacted versions of 17 testimonies in the case of The Prosecutor v....

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ICJ Media Review: Witness testifies against Ongwen on orders to attack IDP camp for food

Friday, July 21, 2017 - 00:00

In this week's review, news about Gbagbo’s detention, amendment of the ICC regulations, testimony in Ongwen case, Stanisic and Simatovic retrial evidence decision, and more

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Friday, August 4, 2017 - 12:38
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Week 13 2017 ICL Media Review

ICL/JH Weekly review
Friday, March 31, 2017 - 17:38

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In this week's review, Ivory Coast’s former first lady is acquitted, Sudan’s president wanted for genocide travels to Jordan, reparations for war crimes victims in DR Congo from the ICC and more

Ivory Coast court finds Simone Gbagbo not guilty of crimes against humanity

A jury in Côte d’Ivoire’s highest criminal court has unanimously acquitted former Ivorian first lady Simone Gbagbo of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The charges were based on Gbagbo’s alleged role in organising post-...

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Hold your horses - ICC complementarity

Courtside Justice with Mark Kersten
Thursday, June 16, 2016 - 17:29

A former first lady goes on trial for disturbing the peace and undermining state security in Abidjan. According to the International Criminal Court (ICC) and human rights groups, however, she should be prosecuted in The Hague for the crimes that she has been charged with by the Court. Lawyers in Côte d'Ivoire respond by alleging that Simone Gbagbo perpetrated crimes against humanity during the 2011 post-election violence — the same charges she’d face at the ICC. Looks good, right? Not quite.

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Why is the Ivory Coast situation at the International Criminal Court?

Why is the Ivory Coast situation at the ICC?
Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 11:44

Following disputed presidential elections in Ivory Coast in 2010, turmoil broke out. More than 3,000 people were reportedly killed in clashes opposing the incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo and opposition leader Alassane Ouattara.

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Victor Emmanuel

Let Icc move on to all African dictators,

Saturday, May 21, 2016 - 22:40
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Robert Fungaroo

Are you saying that Outarra supporters never killed the ones in support of Gbagbo? And as far as your concerned, isn't there an eligible way of having one sworn in as a president of any given country? And when are you going to start chronicling how lives in Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan came to be lost in such numbers? Who are the perpetrators and when are going to face the ICC. Libya and Iraq might have had dictators but at no one time did Iraq or Libya lose 300.000 or so of their people because of Saddam or Qaddafi being in power.

Friday, May 20, 2016 - 23:11
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AS A BATTLE OVER VICTOR'S JUSTICE LOOMS, ICC SHOULD PERHAPS LET IVORY COAST PROSECUTE SIMONE GBAGBO

Courtside Justice with Mark Kersten
Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 13:47

The court in Ivory Coast has given Mrs. Gbagbo a significant sentence for her role in the post-election violence of 2010/11. Notably, her sentence is much harsher than those given by the ICC to the DRC warlords Thomas Lubanga and Germain Katanga. So perhaps it’s better for the Hague-based court to abandon its quest to prosecute Mrs. Gbagbo, and instead concentrate on the mammoth task ahead: holding other perpetrators of that violence, who also happen to be close to Ivorian President Quattara, accountable.

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May law take its cause

Saturday, May 14, 2016 - 16:48
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If the ICC wants to prosecute Laurent Gbagbo & his wife, they should go ahead. But they should remember that one person does no commit crimes alone, the two sides fought for a cause, each one therefore should be held responsible.

Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 20:42
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"I don’t think Africa is ready to leave the ICC", says Ivorian liberal politician

Mohamed Sylla is a special advisor, responsible for legal and electoral issues, for LIDER (Liberty and Democracy for the Republic)
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 12:41

Should the AU withdraw from the ICC? Will the trial of former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo lead to reconciliation in Ivory Coast? Just some of the questions that Justice Hub posed to a leading member of LIDER, a liberal Ivorian political party.

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The Gbagbo case. When international justice becomes arbitrary http://www.resetdoc.org/story/00000022641

Thursday, February 25, 2016 - 13:03
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