Media Coverage

9/25/2019

Victims of human rights abuses under former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh are questioning whether they will ever get justice, after at least four members of a notorious hit squad were freed despite having confessed to jointly killing more than 50 people.

9/25/2019

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced Wednesday that a long-sought agreement has been reached on the composition of a committee to draft a new constitution for Syria, an important step toward hopefully ending the more than eight-year conflict.

9/25/2019

The Ukrainian president’s office announced on August 15 that a new plan is being discussed to reintegrate the currently separatist-controlled Donetsk and Luhansk areas of eastern Ukraine after the conflict finally ends, using the concept of transitional justice and the rules and principles of international humanitarian law and international criminal law.

9/25/2019

The Taiwan Transitional Justice Database is to be launched before the end of the year, Transitional Justice Commission Chairwoman Yang Tsui (楊翠) said on Friday.

9/23/2019

Ben Ali led the country for 23 years and was credited with delivering stability and some economic prosperity.

9/23/2019

Last week, Liberian President George Weah asked the country’s legislature to establish the Extraordinary Criminal Court to try the perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity of two civil wars (1989-1996 and 1999-2003).

9/23/2019

Kais Saied, an independent candidate and law professor, won a shock victory with 18.4 percent of Sunday's vote.

9/23/2019

The Russian state directed and ran the military coup in Crimea and its subsequent annexation in 2014, Ukraine has told the European Court of Human Rights.

9/23/2019

As an independent committee that was formed to recommend members of two transitional justice bodies in Nepal prepares to finalize the list of probable candidates for publication as per the understanding reached between political parties last month, legal eagles have said re-appointment of the same members whom the sovereign parliament wanted out a few months back would be against the “intention of the legislature.”

9/23/2019

A UN-backed anti-corruption commission that has brought down a Guatemalan president and vice president, as well as other high-ranking officials, will shut its doors on Tuesday after 12 years of operations.

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