Justice

Gabon - France - United States - Netherlands
At a debate on "independence" in Africa during the second edition of the New York Forum Africa 2013 in Libreville, Gabon, the Rwandan minister for foreign affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, called into question the role of the International Criminal Court. The chief prosecutor of the ICC, Fatou Bensouda, tried to defend the judicial institution that she directs.


Argentina delegation talk over warship being detained outside Ghana

Attorney General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud challenges Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi

Sierra Leone court will soon deliver its final judgment

International fraud: Le Floch-Prigent charged in Togo

International fraud: Le Floch-Prigent extradited to Togo

On the Charles Taylor verdict: a valuable precedent or blundering Western meddling?


Zimbabwe: Mugabe’s men to take Roy Bennett case further

Sudan: Darfur unrest returns

Zimbabwe: Roy Bennett treason charge dismissed by court

Ethiopia: Reporters Without Borders writes to Prime Minister Meles Zenawi

ICC Prosecutor to visit Kenya to meet victims and listen to all Kenyans

Nigeria: Ex-whistleblower vindicated of corruption charges

Nigeria: Former minister braces up for corruption charges

39 Christian ’cult’ members in Uganda prison for uncultured behaviour

U.S. Appellate Court to Rehear Disfranchisement Case

Ethiopian journalists nabbed for attempting to transfer "sensitive information"

11 Somali pirates could face life behind bars in the U.S.

Rwanda: Opposition leader must receive fair trial

Cafeteria Workers Joined by Broad Community Coalition Speak Out on Food Service Multinational Sodexo’s Record on Diversity

Zambia / Prison Conditions Endanger Inmates / Criminal Justice Failures, Overcrowding, and Poor Care Exacerbate Spread of TB, HIV

Rwanda: Editor of bi-monthly acquitted on appeal

Sudan: Request for Finding of Non-Cooperation with ICC

SBA and Diamond Ventures, LLC Ordered to Mediate a Settlement

Democratic republic of Congo: Two soldiers sentenced to death just 12 days after cameraman’s murder

MISA-Tanzania Statement: Four year [2006 - 2010] process in search for good Laws relating to the Right to Information must not be neglected by the Government of Tanzania

Global Witness welcomes Dutch court decision to retry timber baron Guus Kouwenhoven for crimes committed during Liberian war

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