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Katy Glassborow
25 Oct 06
Senegal lawyer works to ensure that war crimes survivors have a role in ICC investigations.
Fawzia Sheikh
25 Oct 06
Khartoum knows it will not face punitive measures from the international community no matter how grievous its violations, say analysts.
IWPR
25 Oct 06
Activists call on ICC to bring alleged rapists in Darfur to trial, as reports speak of a massive upsurge in rape cases.
Ayesha Kajee
16 Oct 06
Diplomats placing fragile hope in plans for extended African Union mission, with logistical and financial support from UN.
Trevor Grundy
4 Oct 06
Man once presented as a near-saint now at the centre of a web of state violence and alleged corruption.
Katy Glassborow
2 Oct 06
As a boy he was a cattle herder in Lesotho - today he steers the world court.
Stephanie Nieuwoudt
5 Sep 06
How similar are the roots of the international justice system for Rwanda and the method used to establish truth and reconciliation in South Africa?
Katy Glassborow
1 Sep 06
An insight into status of women in Africa believed to stand Judge Kuenyehia in good stead for her work at the court.
Fred Bridgland
29 Aug 06
Security Council can’t agree on punishment for Sudanese blocking peace process, while ICC examines evidence of Darfur atrocities.
29 Aug 06
Those who know ICC deputy prosecutor well say she believes in “mean and lean indictments”.

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