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Time is Running Out for Justice at Khmer Rouge Court

The death of Ieng Sary underscores the need to avoid delays in the trial of the two remaining defendants at Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge court.

March 14, 2013
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Baby Doc Duvalier Must Not Evade Justice

Haiti must ensure that Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier, the country’s former dictator, stands trial on charges arising from systematic human rights abuses, as required by international law.

February 06, 2013
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European Court Complaint Challenges Russia over Death of Anticorruption Whistle-Blower

The mother of Sergei Magnitsky, the Russian anticorruption whistle-blower who died in detention in November 2009, is taking the search for justice for her son’s death to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

October 17, 2012
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Cases 003 and 004 will Shape the Legacy of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge Court

The UN-backed tribunal remains the most appropriate mechanism for genuine and transparent justice for Khmer Rouge atrocities, according to a report from the Open Society Justice Initiative.

October 01, 2012
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Open Society Foundations Welcome Charles Taylor Verdict

The guilty verdict in the trial of Charles Taylor, the former president of Liberia, at the Special Court for Sierra Leone reinforces the rule of law, both in West Africa and around the world.

April 26, 2012
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European Court Must Be “Independent and Strong,” Say Human Rights Groups

Eleven human rights groups are urging members of the Council of Europe to support “an independent and strong” European Court of Human Rights at this week's Brighton conference.

April 16, 2012
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UN Must Reconsider Commitment to Khmer Rouge Court

The Open Society Justice Initiative is calling upon the United Nations to reassess its commitment to the Khmer Rouge tribunal following the recent resignation of International Co-Investigating Judge, Laurent Kasper-Ansermet.

April 02, 2012
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Open Society Justice Initiative Welcomes ICC Lubanga Judgment

The Open Society Justice initiative has welcomed the first judgment of the International Criminal Court, which found Thomas Lubanga Dyilo guilty of recruiting and using child soldiers in eastern Congo.

March 30, 2012
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