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EU Day Against Impunity: States on the frontlines

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The ICC & universal jurisdiction: Two ways, one fight

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Libya: As Gaddafi regime trials fall short, ICC must act on widespread abuses

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Justice in Myanmar: What can the international community do?

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Libya

The situation in Libya was referred to the ICC by the UN Security Council in February 2011, in the wake of alleged crimes against humanity after the 2011 popular demonstrations. ICC cases inlude Saif Gaddafi and Abdullah al-Senussi.
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Abdullah al-Senussi

Abdullah al-Senussi, director of military intelligence in the Gaddafi regime, was charged by the ICC with crimes against humanity in 2011. ICC extradition halted after Libya challenged admissibility of the case. Sentenced to death by a Libyan court 2015.
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New Katanga trial shows DRC’s potential to try complex international crimes

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ICC case law matters to Peruvian judges

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - A special court for the Central African Republic

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Chad: Landmark trial sees reparations awarded to Habré regime victims

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Extraordinary African Chambers seeks judges to try Habré

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Former LRA commander seeks amnesty ruling at the ACPHR

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Libyan court postpones trial of Saif Gaddafi, other former officials

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Trials of Gaddafi and Al-Senussi yet to begin, says Libya

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Genocide prosecution in a national court – Guatemala’s Rios Montt trial

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