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Why there is a wave of arrests at the Central African Special Court
How can we explain the sudden surge of new cases before the Special Criminal Court (SCC) in the Central African Republic? The mixed court –…
Central African Republic: National court gets tough on Bangassou crimes
A verdict was handed down in Bangui on Friday, 7 February after an exceptional trial. Five Anti-balaka militia leaders were sentenced to life imprisonment for…
Mahamat Saïd
Central African Republic: a warning from the ICC
After being arrested in the Central African Republic on January 20, Mahamat Saïd was transferred last night to the International Criminal Court in The Hague.…
Central African Republic: Day of reckoning for Bangassou militia chiefs
This is one of the most eagerly awaited trials of crimes committed in the Central African Republic since the crisis of 2013. The trial of…
Central African courts outpace the ICC and Special Court
Bangui’s Criminal Court on Monday tried a former chief of the Seleka rebellion for crimes against humanity and war crimes, while in The Hague a…
Central Africans discretely consulted on Truth Commission
Without publicity, national consultations have been taking place since June 2019 in (almost) the entire Central African Republic to help define the future Truth, Justice,…
The ICC strikes in Central African Republic
Alfred Yekatom, a former militia leader turned member of parliament, was swiftly transferred to The Hague on November 17. He is likely to be charged…
Uganda faces first test with Kwoyelo LRA trial 
In Uganda, the trial of former LRA rebel commander Thomas Kwoyelo is set to start on Monday November 12 in the northern town of Gulu.…