Tuesday, September 25, 2018

International

Bemba et al. case: ICC finds 5 guilty of offences against...

Judges of Trial Chamber VII of the International Criminal Court (ICC) at the delivery of the judgement in the case of The Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo,...

ICC Prosecutor on Violence in Congo

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda has expressed concern over the critical situation and recent incidents of violence in the Democratic...

ICC to conduct preliminary examination in Gabon

The International Criminal Court will conduct preliminary examination in Gabon regarding the situation in Gabon since May 2016. This follows a referral received by the ICC...

THE NEED TO TEMPER JUSTICE WITH REALISM IN BURKINA FASO...

According to the BBC, about 20 soldiers have been arrested in Burkina Faso for plotting to free the leader of September's coup, Gen Gilbert...

PAUL KAGAME ‘S CONSTITUTIONAL GYMNASTICS HOW IS HE TO SAVE A...

The International media, Radio France International and Reuters have reported that final official results of Rwanda's referendum on constitutional change show an overwhelming majority in...

ARREST WARRANT FOR BLAISE CAMPAORE

According to AFP and BBC an arrest warrant has been issued for ousted Burkina Faso leader, Blaise Compaore, over his alleged role in the...

POLITICS NO LONGER THE SAME IN SPAIN

France 24 on Monday reported that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces a struggle to form a government following historic elections that saw the...

Arrest Warrant For Blaise Campaore

According to AFP and BBC an arrest warrant has been issued for ousted Burkina Faso leader, Blaise Compaore, over his alleged role in the...

Politics No Longer The Same In Spain

France 24 on Monday reported that Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces a struggle to form a government following historic elections that saw the...

Corruption on the rise in Africa poll as governments seen failing...

Transparency International estimates 75 million Africans paid a bribe in the past year BERLIN, Germany, December 1, 2015/ -- A majority of Africans say corruption...

On its 70th anniversary, FAO sets its eyes firmly on Zero...

Ensuring better nutrition for all and transforming the world’s food systems to ensure their future sustainability represent the two greatest challenges facing FAO as...

Seeds without borders: Using and sharing plant genetic diversity to adapt...

Media release, Addis Ababa: 23 November 2015  11 African countries gathered last week in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to implement seed sharing and use to adapt...

Experts on the Sargassum Recommend Measures to Deal with the Algae

ABIDJAN20 Nov 2015 – Regional seaweed experts ended a three-day meeting in Freetown, Sierra Leone, with an 11-point set of recommendations of dealing with...

Germain Katanga’s sentence reduced

Today, 13 November 2015, a Panel of three Judges of the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC), specifically appointed by the Appeals...

New cases of ebola reported in Guinea

According to the WHO, three new confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) were reported in the week to 25 October, all of which...

ICC Judges decline to reduce Mr Thomas Lubanga Dyilo’s sentence

Today, 22 September 2015, three Judges of the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC), specifically appointed by the Appeals Chamber, reviewed Mr Thomas...

ICC: ‘Justice is key to durable peace’

On 21 September 2015, the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or the “Court”) joins in commemorating the International Day of Peace, a day devoted to strengthening the...

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