A Malian man will appear in the International Criminal Court on charges of sex slavery and destruction of Timbuktu's UNESCO World Heritage site. The accused is the second man to be tried. The first person was sentenced in 2017 to nine years imprisonment for his participation in the destruction.
Alleged Timbuktu Destroyer to Appear At International Criminal Court
Deutsche Welle, 1 April 2018
A Malian jihadi has been sent to The Hague to face war crimes charges related to the destruction of Timbuktu and sex slavery. He is the second man to be tried for the crime and… Read more »
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A Malian jihadi will be appearing in the International Criminal Court in The Hague to face war crimes related to destroying cultural monuments and enforcing policies that led to sexual enslavement of ... see more »
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