Tag Archives: war crimes

International Humanitarian Law

International Humanitarian Law According to the International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC), international humanitarian law (IHL) is a compendium and compilation of rules which limit the effect of armed conflicts upon people

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

Bangladesh On Trial

Bangladesh On Trial The atrocities perpetrated by all the sides in East Pakistan in 1971 were reprehensible. For its excesses, Pakistan expressed regret to the people of Bangladesh in 2002, with a

ICC Opens Pre-Trial Hearing Of Uganda Rebel Leader

ICC Opens Pre-Trial Hearing Of Uganda Rebel Leader The International Criminal Court opened hearing to ascertain whether former Lord’s Resistance Army rebel commander Dominic Ongwen should face a trial. Ongwen faces 70

UK Soldiers Likely To Face Iraq War Crime Charges

UK Soldiers Likely To Face Iraq War Crime Charges According to the head of a unit investigating alleged abuses, soldiers from UK may face prosecution for war crimes. Mark Warwick, a former police detective

Unheard Voices

Unheard Voices According to Article 2 of UN ‘Convention on the prevention and punishment of the Crime of Genocide’ 1948, Genocide means any of the acts such as killing, causing serious bodily