Congo-Kinshasa: Bemba to Call Europe-Based Witnesses Next
The International Criminal Court judges will be hearing the evidence of defence witnesses who are based in Europe in Jean-Pierre Bemba's trial first before the rest of the witnesses are invited to testify.
Jean Pierre Bemba.
Congo-Kinshasa: Prosecutor Wants Longer Jail Term for Lubanga
Lubanga Trial Website, 4 October 2012
Thomas Lubanga, the first person convicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), wants to appeal his conviction and the 14-year jail sentence handed to him last July by trial… Read more »
Central Africa: Hague Trial Witness Disappears
Bemba Trial Website, 2 October 2012
Jean-Pierre Bemba's defense team has hit a snag with two of its witnesses: one testified for three days then disappeared from the court before completing his testimony. Read more »
Central African Republic: Bemba Hearings Postponed
Bemba Trial Website, 28 September 2012
There were no hearings this week in the Jean-Pierre Bemba trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC), although the trial had been scheduled for four days. Read more »
New Times, 26 September 2012
In the past few years, a myriad of cases have been brought by international courts against susceptible international human rights abusers. Read more »