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A phoenix mixed with the logo of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon
The Lebanon Tribunal’s back from the dead – for a moment
In a dramatic declaration, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon said in June it would have to close by the end of July due to lack…
Buildings of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, near The Hague in the Netherlands
The inglorious end of the Lebanon tribunal
On June 2, the Special Tribunal for Lebanon announced it would have to close by the end of July due to lack of funds. The…
04.09.07 - JUSTICE/PROSECUTION - THE PROSECUTORS ADOPT A JOINT DECLARATION IN CHAUTAUQUA
Arusha, 4 September 2007 (FH) - Nine international prosecutor or former international prosecutors brought together last week at the Chautauqua Institute at the University of…
28.08.07 - ICTY/ACCUSATION - CARLA DEL PONTE WILL BECOME AN AMBASSADOR IN ARGENTINA
The Hague, 28 August 2007 (FH) - The prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Carla del Ponte, who had also…
To Prevent Enforced Disappearances, Rethink the Justice and Security Equation
Nearly every city and village in Syria has a story to tell about enforced disappearances: civilians being snatched off the streets or from their homes by the…
USA : Addressing Our Tortured History, One Monument at a Time
The recent remarks of Mayor Mitch Landrieu ordering the removal of monuments honoring confederate leaders from New Orleans stands out as an important moment of moral clarity…
Doing Right by Victims in Cote d’Ivoire: Ouattara’s Second Term
Last month’s presidential election capped four years of relative peace in Cote d’Ivoire. To make the West African country of 23 million an example of…
Opinion : Tunisia's "Reconciliation Bill" Threatens Gains of the Revolution
 Tunisia has until now inspired the region and the rest of the world by taking the democratic path after its 2011 revolution. But the current…