Justice Info is taking a break and will resume publishing on August 21. This is an opportunity to offer you a selection of our best "justice stories" published since August 2022. Six articles where our journalists tell the story of international justice with passion.
In the western part of Uganda, about 100,000 people are displaced by a huge oil project mainly run by the French giant Total Energies. The area has been placed under a blanket lockdown by the government. And Total is now subject to a law suit in France. Our special correspondent in Uganda went to meet […]
Thai sugar giant Mitr Phol, accused of forced displacement, property destruction and land grabbing, is being sued by Cambodian villagers in a class action suit before the Thai courts. This is a David and Goliath battle that is also a first in the region and illustrates the creativity of the activists who support them.
The appearance of defendants in the September 28, 2009 massacre trial, which has been widely broadcast, has captivated Guineans for several weeks, with two effects. The wide exposure has given this historic moment the importance it deserves, but has also put the court under pressure.
In a country where many, especially in the political arena, still tend to see Colombian society as divided in two almost irreconcilable and immovable halves, the very personal processes - away from the public spotlight - of victims are illustrative of a more complex reality. Without setting aside their personal convictions and critiques of the […]
"Justice administered in the silence of their offices with only them as witnesses to what they’re doing, this is not justice!" This outburst from an official of the victims' association Ibuka sums up the frustration in Rwanda at not being able to follow the trial of Félicien Kabuga. The "old man", suspected of having been […]
Sergei Govorukha is the first SBU officer convicted of state treason in Ukraine since Russia’s full-scale invasion. The military counter-intelligence agency was openly singled out last July, when its chief Ivan Bakanov (and prosecutor general Iryna Venediktova) were dismissed for not obtaining “more tangible results” in “fighting collaborators and traitors”. Before that, President Volodymyr Zelensky […]
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