International Criminal Law Round Up - Week 38

The International Criminal Law group at PluriCourts regularly provides updates on news, blog posts and issues related to international criminal tribunals. Here are the updates from week 38 2016.


  • 22 September: Launch of an Interactive War Crimes Verdicts Map, iLawyer
  • 21 September: Ntaganda ends hunger strike, gives defense lawyers mandate to represent him, IJMonitor
  • 21 September: Verdict in ICC’s first witness tampering trial scheduled for October 19, IJMonitor
  • 20 September: War crimes prosecutions update: The Creompaz case, IJMonitor
  • 20: September: UN Burundi inquiry identifies crimes against humanity suspects, Reuters
  • 20 September: President Meron discusses MICT as a new model of justice, MICT
  • 20 September: Serb paramilitary commander on trial in Croatia for torture, killing, Reuters
  • 19 September: Trial continues in closed session at Ntaganda’s hunger strike enters day 12, IJMonitor
  • 19 September: UN seeks access to Syrian refugees to probe war crimes Reuters
  • 19 September: ICC move fuels debate on Cambodian case, Phnom Penh Post
  • 19 September: ICC Trial Chamber V refers non-cooperation of the Kenyan Government to the Assembly of State Parties to the Rome Statute, ICC
  • 19 September: Charges pressed against 8 war crimes suspects, Dhaka Tribune
  • 19 September: UN seeks access to Syria refugees to probe war crimes, Reuters
  • 19 September: Congo-Kinshasa: Critical considerations regarding reparations in the Thomas Lubanga case at the ICC, AllAfrica
  • 18 September: ‘I told my story face to face with Habré’: courageous rape survivors make history, The Guardian
  • 16 September: Uruguay moves to tackle dictatorship crimes, Buenos Aires Herald
  • 16 September: Exclusive: UN inquiry blames Syrian military for chlorine bomb attacks- source, Reuters


  • 19 September: James Stewart, Trump’s calls to pillage Iraqi oil, Just Security
  • 19 September: Andrew Nagorski, Commentary: When did we stop caring about mass murder? Reuters


Published Sep. 23, 2016 10:21 AM - Last modified June 20, 2018 11:16 AM