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Rachel Irwin

Rachel Irwin

Rachel Irwin joined IWPR in 2008 and has provided extensive coverage of trials at both the ICC and ICTY. She also writes about transitional justice issues in the Western Balkans, and her reports have dealt with topics such as the denial of mass atrocities in Bosnia and the controversy over memorials for victims. Prior to joining IWPR, Rachel lived and worked in India, South Korea and Jerusalem. She has a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Stories by the author

Rachel Irwin
2 Feb 09
Chaotic start follows numerous and lengthy delays that have plagued the case for years.
Rachel Irwin
13 Jan 09
While ICC reconsiders LRA cases, experts ask if Uganda is capable of prosecuting rebel suspects.
Rachel Irwin
28 Nov 08
He claims special unit came to capital to transport bodies of dead Yugoslav army soldiers home.
Rachel Irwin
26 Nov 08
Prosecutors claim defendant may have intimidated family of witness.
Rachel Irwin
20 Nov 08
Witness tells Hague court he refused defendant’s offer of a bribe for fake testimony in Visegrad trial.
Rachel Irwin
4 Nov 08
She says she watched accused murder Bosniaks in Visegrad on date he denies being in city.
Rachel Irwin
3 Nov 08
If judges find prosecutors have disclosed enough evidence, suspended trial could begin, say observers.
Rachel Irwin
14 Oct 08
He said he saw paramilitary leader take detained Bosniaks to river where they were murdered.
Rachel Irwin
6 Oct 08
She places accused in area at time of Bikavac house-burning in which 70 civilians were killed.
Rachel Irwin
30 Sep 08
Sole survivor speaks of “wailing and screaming” as fire engulfed house full of Bosniaks.

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