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Usama Malik

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments to ICC’s Efficient Working in Reprimanding Individuals for Crimes of Concern to the International Community Introduction At the time of the establishment of International Criminal Court there was


Muhammad Hammad Sarwar

Accountability For War Crimes In Syria

Accountability For War Crimes In Syria Having started in 2011, the conflict in Syria has claimed more than 400,000 lives[1], wounded more than a million and displaced more than ten million in

International Criminal Court: An Effective Guarantee For Justice

International Criminal Court: An Effective Guarantee For Justice Is there any order and justice in this world? While this might be an expression of prosaism, it’s still justifiable. When we read the


Dr Usman Hameed

Is Aut Dedere Aut Judicare (Extradite or Prosecute) Obligation A Duty Rooted in Customary International Law? Part II

Is Aut Dedere Aut Judicare (Extradite or Prosecute) Obligation A Duty Rooted in Customary International Law? Part II 2.2)- Nature of the crimes Even if it is accepted that duty to extradite

Islamic Extremist Surrenders To ICC For Destroying Timbuktu Monuments

Islamic Extremist Surrenders To ICC For Destroying Timbuktu Monuments An Islamic extremist wanted for his role in the 2012 destruction of religious and historically significant monuments in Timbuktu, Mali. Ahmad Al Mahdi

Tony Abbott: Australian Prime Minister Faces ICC Investigation Over Crimes Against Humanity

Tony Abbott: Australian Prime Minister Faces ICC Investigation Over Crimes Against Humanity  An Australian Member Parliament (MP), Andrew Wilkie, requested the International Court to look into prime minister Tony Abbott for crimes