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Peaceful nations are all alike; every unstable nation is unstable in its own way

Friday, October 27, 2017 - 01:08

By Janet Anderson

What makes one nation more peaceful or stable than the next? Steve Killelea, the founder and Executive Director of the Institute for Economics and Peace believes that he has cracked the code that explains why some nations are more prone to instability than others. Killelea believes it all comes down to eight different elements which add up to contribute to a country’s “positive peace” score.

The elements are “a well-functioning government, low levels of corruption, strong business environment,...

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Dear Open Minded Representative, at Justicehub Org and any of open-minded personnel, who visits Justice Org. web site ; RE : Be bound to 'Reliable This is David D Y Choi, Who has been placed at limitead status, incomeless condition as usual. While pursuing of basic living cost from my work basis secure income source, I am sending this signal, ‘SoS', to be contacted by open minded personnel under the Sky. Any of reply, advice, suggestion is welcomed via e-mailed notice, through personal e-mail addresses : duly@gmx.com or dulywork@hushmail.com Over the Broadcast ; My extraordinary case was disclosed via Austria Local media, at TV forum on the date of April 14, 2014, while I was dwelling at detention center in Austria, Vienna, my case was classified as 'Gov. Sanction'. This was keen story source among the local people in Austria. I joined at least 45 business sites, mostly pre-framed sites including of war and conflict zones during last decade or so. Over the film production ; I may be eligible to offer my extra case as the film, joined at least 45 business sites, mostly pre-framed sites including of war and conflict zones such as Iraq, Congo, East-Timor, Cambodia etc. This resulted him naming of 'Asylum Seeker' in Austria. After the extraordinary case was disclosead via Austria Local media on the date of April 14, 2014, its story was key source at detention center in Austria, Vienna, Chanted by camp dwelling children, through the nick named story of ‘Frog’. Considering personal work experience, I did my best at various business sites in and out of the state. Among the joined sites, there mostly SoCs which makes me have fresh eyes basis vision new business development affairs. Since 2001, I have been placed at a lot of business site, including of war and conflict zone etc. Joined work site is at least 45 business placed while working as temporary hired status. Currently, I have sent tons of inquiry messages to have secure income source from my work. Meanwhile, there is no positive notice at all. For the detour way of approach, I have sent a lot of messages as a 'SoS' type of signal, including of Major media site, Natl. Gov. Bureau, Public. Library, Natl. Archive and Intl. NGO and Natl. Non Profit Org. etc ~ to be read and be contacted by open minded brave heart and cool headed personnel. Meanwhile, up to current day, my effort was in vain. There was no fruitful result at all. This made me evening time-investing, via hand written images, between #1 and # 58, sending images via e-mail system and posting at a reliable site etc. Finally, its step had to be stopped. Please see the last hand written image from my personal URL, linked image number of # 58, in which there is the essential reason not to post any of additional written image at all. Believing that, there, still, a reliable settlement site is in existence under the sky. Any of reply would be welcomed.

Truthfully, David D Y Choi duly@gmx.com, dulywork@hushmail.com cdyera@yandex.com ( in case duly@gmx.com e-mail system is blocked ) Tel. : +82-19-378-4105 Personal URL : http://www.cdyera.wordpress.com On the bottom of Personal URL, linked images are eligible, hand written images, between Apr. 2015 and Feb. 2016. =====

Friday, November 3, 2017 - 07:17
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Overview of the ICC Prosecution’s case against Bosco Ntaganda

Friday, June 23, 2017 - 17:58

On February 16, 2017, the last prosecution witness to testify against former Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda at the International Criminal Court (ICC) concluded giving evidence. Ntaganda’s trial began in September 2015, and in the 17 months since the opening of the prosecution’s case at the court based in The Hague, prosecutors called 71 individuals to give testimony. This article gives an overview of the prosecution evidence heard in open session during the trial.

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Week 1 2017 ICL Media Review

ICL/JH Weekly review
Sunday, January 8, 2017 - 12:00

In this week's review, the ICC decides on jurisdiction in the Ntaganda case, former Kosovo prime minister arrested for alleged war crimes, call for international judges in Sri Lanka war crimes probe and much more.

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Bemba: First sentence for SGBV and turning point for the ICC

Jean-Pierre Bemba
Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 15:17

About fourteen years after its creation, the ICC issued its first ever trial judgment for sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) in March this year when it convicted Jean-Pierre Bemba for his responsibility as commander for two counts of war crimes and three counts of crimes against humanity, including rape.

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Thabo Sam Thobei

I think it is high time that ICC should do some work in Africa. They critic the court so that they can continue with their malpractices.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 - 16:15
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Dear ICC: A letter from a DRC-based activist

Peace keepers from Tanzania patrol Sake, North Kivu in the DRC
Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 17:03

Dear ICC, we’re getting ready to vote and we need you,” says Chantal who is also a political aspirant in the upcoming national elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Jean-Pierre Bemba is eagerly awaited by many in the DRC

Newspaper headlines in Kinshasa, DRC
Friday, March 18, 2016 - 14:46

People in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, are impatiently awaiting the return of Jean-Pierre Bemba. The opposition politician has been held by the International Criminal Court since 2010 for allegedly having committed crimes against humanity and war crimes in 2002 and 2003 in the Central African Republic.

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Mirembe Richard...

Here in ituri, we have really suffered in the hands of kabila regime, the LENDU, MILITIAS have killed and rided the Heema minority group, when UN, FRDCS,are just watching. Sincerely we hope Bemba will answer our need for peace and security in this region.ICC release BEMBA

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 14:11
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Iwish bemba could return, we Baheema ituri, we suffered, by the militia groups of the lendus, killing us, riding thousands of our cattle. In the eyes of FARDC, what a reckless government of kabila. We are up for JPBemba. Hope he will address this ethinic war.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 14:06
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Mixed opinions about the ICC in DRC

MLC supporters at a rally in support of the release of Jean-Pierre Bemba
Monday, December 28, 2015 - 12:12

In Goma, the main town in the province of North Kivu in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, there are widely differing views about the International Criminal Court.

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The ICC and the DRC in 2015

Jean-Pierre Bemba at the ICC
Wednesday, December 23, 2015 - 09:53

A look back at the cases involving people from the DRC at the International Criminal Court.

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Germain Katanga's return to the DRC

Germain Katanga at the ICC
Tuesday, December 8, 2015 - 10:31

Last month, the International Criminal Court’s decided to reduce Germain Katanga’s sentence. People in Ituri Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo are hoping that he will play a key role in convincing other rebels in the region to hand in their weapons.

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People in North Kivu in the DRC wonder where is the ICC?

Congolese soldiers on patrol near Bunia
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 - 09:09

For more than 20 years, various rebel forces have been fighting in the North Kivu region in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. According to civil society organisations, they’re committing war crimes that fall under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

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Eduardo Ampo

I wish to congratulates the ICC Prosecutor Hon Fatou Bensauda in her good performance in the ICC. my Email add is baganiampo@gmail.com

Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 03:46
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