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UN: Russian and Chinese vetoes of Syria ICC resolution ‘callous’

Russia and China have displayed a chilling disregard for countless victims of serious human rights abuses in Syria by vetoing a UN Security Council resolution today to refer the situation to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), said Amnesty International.   Russia and China have displayed a chilling disregard for countless victims of serious human rights abuses in Syria by vetoing a UN Security Council resolution today to refer the situation to the Pr

UN: Russian and Chinese vetoes of Syria ICC resolution ‘callous’ - 22 mai 2014

Headline Title:  UN: Russian and Chinese vetoes of Syria ICC resolution ‘callous’ Russia and China have displayed a chilling disregard for countless victims of serious human rights abuses in Syria by vetoing a UN Security Council resolution today to refer the situation to the Pr Russia and China have displayed a chilling disregard for countless victims of serious human rights abuses in Syria by vetoing a UN Security Council resolution today to refer the situation to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), said Amnesty International.   Media Node:  Syria UNSC Story Location:  Syria 36° 8' 55.9716" N, 37° 8' 31.3044" E “The vetoes by Russia and China are a callous political move that betrays suffering people in Syria. The resolution would have allowed the ICC to step in to investigate war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by all sides to the conflict and sent an important message that these horrific crimes cannot be committed with impunity” Source:  Philip Luther, Middle East and North Africa Programme Director at Amnesty International Date:  Je, 22/05/2014 URL:  Syrian refugees in Lebanon desperate for health care amid international apathy Description:  News story/report, 21 May 2014 URL:  Syria: Failure to uphold UN resolution requires decisive Council action Description:  News story, 30 April 2014 URL:  Syria: Yarmouk under siege - a horror story of war crimes, starvation and death Description:  News story/report, 10 March 2014 URL:  UN Security Council must not fail Syria’s besieged civilians again Description:  News story, 10 February 2014

ONU: Los vetos de Rusia y China a la resolución para enviar a Siria ante la CPI, una decisión “cruel”

Rusia y China han mostrado un escalofriante desprecio hacia las innumerables víctimas de graves abusos contra los derechos cometidos en Siria, al vetar hoy una resolución del Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU para remitir la situación de Siria al fiscal de la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI). Así lo ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional. Rusia y China han mostrado un escalofriante desprecio hacia las innumerables víctimas de graves abusos contra los derechos cometidos en Siria, al vetar hoy una resolución del Consejo de Seguridad d

Libia debe entregar de inmediato a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la CPI

Las autoridades libias deben entregar de inmediato a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI) para que sea juzgado por crímenes contra la humanidad. Así lo ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional, tras la decisión de la Corte de proceder con su enjuiciamiento. Las autoridades libias deben entregar de inmediato a Saif al Islam al Gadafi a la Corte Penal Internacional (CPI) para que sea juzgado por crímenes contra la humanidad.

La Libye doit immédiatement remettre Saif al Islam Kadhafi à la CPI

Les autorités libyennes doivent immédiatement livrer Saif al Islam Kadhafi à la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) afin qu'il soit jugé pour crimes contre l'humanité, a déclaré Amnesty International après que la Cour a décidé d'engager des poursuites contre lui. Les autorités libyennes doivent immédiatement livrer Saif al Islam Kadhafi à la Cour pénale internationale (CPI) afin qu'il soit jugé pour crimes contre l'humanité, a déclaré Amnesty International

Libya must immediately surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the ICC

The Libyan authorities must immediately surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to face trial on charges of crimes against humanity, Amnesty International said, following the Court’s decision to proceed with his prosecution.   

Libya must immediately surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the ICC - 21 mai 2014

Headline Title:  Libya: Surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the ICC   The Libyan authorities must immediately surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to face trial on charges of crimes against humanity, Amnesty International said, following the Court’s decision to proceed with his prosecution. Media Node:  Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi Story Location:  Libya 30° 17' 28.7808" N, 14° 24' 50.6268" E “The ICC Appeals Chamber’s decision marks a crucial step towards delivering justice to the victims of crimes against humanity during the Libyan uprising in 2011 and the ensuing armed conflict. The Libyan authorities must now immediately surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to the ICC so his trial can finally get under way. ” Source:  Solomon Sacco, Senior Legal Adviser at Amnesty International Date:  Me, 21/05/2014 URL:  Libya: Trial of former Libyan officials including Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi and Abdallah al-Senussi Description:  Briefing, 26 April 2014 URL:  Libya: Trial of former al-Gaddafi officials by video link a farce Description:  News story, 14 April 2014 URL:  Libya must surrender Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi to International Criminal Court Description:  News story, 18 September 2013

République centrafricaine. Les troupes tchadiennes se retirent, mais doivent rendre des comptes

L’annonce surprise faite le 3 avril par le ministre tchadien des Affaires étrangères, qui a indiqué que le Tchad allait retirer progressivement ses troupes de maintien de la paix de la République centrafricaine voisine, ne doit pas se traduire par l’impunité pour les violations des droits humains commises en Centrafrique. L’annonce surprise faite le 3 avril par le ministre tchadien des Affaires étrangères, qui a indiqué que le Tchad allait retirer progressivement ses troupes de maintien de la paix de la Républi

Central African Republic: Chad troop withdrawal must not block accountability

Yesterday’s surprise announcement by the Chadian Minister for Foreign Affairs that Chad would gradually withdraw its peacekeeping troops from neighbouring Central African Republic must not result in impunity for human rights violations committed there, Amnesty International said.   Yesterday’s surprise announcement by the Chadian Minister for Foreign Affairs that Chad would gradually withdraw its peacekeeping troops from neighbouring Central Afr

Côte d’Ivoire: Former militia leader’s transfer to the ICC a first step to justice - 20 mars 2014

Headline Title:  Côte d’Ivoire: Former militia leader’s transfer to the ICC a first step to justice The decision taken today by Côte d’Ivoire to send former militia leader Charles Blé Goudé, accused of crimes against humanity, to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a key step towards justic The decision taken today by Côte d’Ivoire to send former militia leader Charles Blé Goudé, accused of crimes against humanity, to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a key step towards justice for the victims of serious crimes following elections three years ago, said Amnesty International.  Media Node:  Charles Ble Goude Story Location:  Ivory Coast 5° 23' 40.8336" N, 3° 57' 57.8304" W “This is a case we have been concerned about for a year. Charles Blé Goudé will now be handed over to face justice at the ICC, bringing hope to some of the victims of the violence that plagued Cote d’Ivoire in 2010 and 2011 ” Source:  Tawanda Hondora, Deputy Director, Law and Policy, Amnesty International Date:  Je, 20/03/2014 URL:  Côte d’Ivoire: Militia leader accused of crimes against humanity must be detained lawfully Description:  News story, 17 January 2014