Molly Quell

The Hague, Netherlands

Molly is a Dutch-American journalist based in The Hague, where she covers international law for Courthouse News Service. Previously, she was the international and digital editor for Delta, where she covered science and technology. She got her start in journalism covering local and national politics for WMUC radio outside of Washington, DC. Her freelance work has appeared in Mother Jones, The Washington Post, Ars Technica, UnDark and Popular Science.

Waiting for witnesses at Kabuga’s trial
Nearly 30 years after some 800,000 civilians were murdered in an attempt to eradicate the Tutsi ethnic minority in Rwanda, the man accused of funding weapons purchases and backing a radio station that spewed genocidal propaganda is now facing justice in The Hague. But the pace of the trial of 87-year old Félicien Kabuga, and […]
By Molly Quell, our correspondent in The Hague
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