Will Liberia Invite the International Criminal Court?

Former warlord Prince Johnson has accused the human rights commission of planning to recommend that the International Criminal Court launch an inquiry based on the commission's report.

UN peacekeepers in Monrovia.

  • Kenya:  Lessons for Nation From the Charles Taylor Verdict

    The Star, 9 May 2012

    On 14th March, and 26th April this year, two significant but landmark decisions have been rendered by two different international courts convicting high ranking personalities of ... read more »

  • Liberia:  The Lessons of Charles Taylor's Conviction - Who Is Immune?

    FOROYAA Newspaper, 27 April 2012

    Charles Taylor has been convicted of aiding and abetting the perpetration of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The precedence has therefore been set for a sitting Head of ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Nation, Sierra Leone to Conduct Survey On ICC

    The New Dawn, 23 April 2012

    In the wake of final verdict of the trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor in The Hague slated for Wednesday April 26, 2012, a civil society organization here with ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Gov't Maintains Position On Taylor's Trial

    Heritage, 20 April 2012

    The Government of Liberia (GOL) through the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT) has said it is hoping for a fair and transparent verdict in the trial of former ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Former Warlord Prince Johnson Unveils War Architects

    The New Dawn, 28 May 2012

    Former leader of the defunct Independent National Patriotic Front of Liberia (INPFL), Senator Prince Y. Johnson has unveiled names of individuals less known for their roles in ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Civil Society Group Backs Hague Prosecutions

    The New Dawn, 28 May 2012

    The Foundation for International Dignity (FIND)-Liberia has welcomed call for indictees of the former Truth and Reconciliation Commission to be handed over to the International ... read more »