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The New York Times’ Helene Cooper tells this powerful, powerful tale of how Charles Taylor, convicted this week of war crimes in Sierra Leone, also bloodied his own country. Lest we forget. Here are the first few paragraphs. Use the link above for the full story:
By Helene Copoer
When I heard the news Thursday that Charles G. [...]
Posted: April 27th, 2012 under Africa, International Criminal Court, Uncategorized, human rights.
Tags: Charles Taylor, crimes against humanity, Liberia, Sierra Leone, war crimes
As IRIN reports, the International Criminal Court has found former Liberian President Charles Taylor, also known for brutal meddling in neighboring countries, guilty on 11 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Sierra Leoneans must feel good about this show of justice delivered — especially via a system governed by laws and rules. It’s no surprise that the [...]
Posted: April 26th, 2012 under Africa, International Criminal Court, civil wars.
Tags: Charles Taylor, crimes against humanity, Liberia, Sieera Leone, war crimes
The outreach effort described below in an International Criminal Court press release could be a good thing — if it has a positive impact. The question in my mind is whether the ICC has planned a way to assess what impact this radio program has? All too often in humanitarian initiatives, there is too little [...]
Posted: July 2nd, 2009 under Africa, United Nations, civil wars, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: Central African Republic, justice, radio for development, war crimes
The International Criminal Court announced today that it would issue its decision a week from Wednesday, March 4, on the request to issue an arrest warrant for Sudanese President Omar al Bashir on charges of crimes associated with the violence in Darfur. Read about it at the ICC’s Web site.
Posted: February 23rd, 2009 under Africa, International Criminal Court, Sudan, Uncategorized, human rights, humanitarian.
Tags: crimes against humanity, Darfur, Omar al Bashir, war crimes
I want peace in northern Uganda as much as anyone. I have spent years of my professional life trying to educate and focus attention on the conflict between Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army in northern Uganda and the government of Uganda’s president, Yoweri Museveni, and the impact it has had on children. And I was one [...]
Posted: September 14th, 2008 under Africa, International Criminal Court, civil wars, human rights, international children's issues, northern Uganda.
Tags: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kony, Lord's Resistance Army, peace plan, Sudan, U.S. State Department, Uganda, war crimes, Yoweri Museveni