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Special Court for Sierra Leone, RUF Trial, Update 7

After one month of the CDF trial following its August recess, the court reopened proceedings for the RUF trial on Monday, 4 October.

Special Court for Sierra Leone, RUF Trial, Update 8

The testimony of two of the Prosecution’s key insider witnesses was the focus of this week’s RUF trial proceedings.

Special Court for Sierra Leone, CDF Trial, Update 6

This week marked the final week in the CDF trial before a month-long adjournment and the continuation of the RUF hearings throughout October.

Special Court for Sierra Leone, CDF Trial, Update 5

The geographical focus of this past week’s proceedings shifted from Koribondo to events that took place in Kenema and Blama in February 1998.

Special Court for Sierra Leone, CDF Trial, Update 4

After a five-week recess during the month of August, the Special Court for Sierra Leone resumed the trial session of Civilian Defense Forces (CDF) defendants Sam Hinga Norman, Moinina Fofana, and A

Special Court for Sierra Leone, RUF Trial, Update 3

Beginning Monday, 12 July, the Special Court's prosecution team began calling its first witnesses in its case against three of the alleged leaders of the RUF (Revolutionary United Front).

Special Court for Sierra Leone, RUF Trial, Update 2

The Special Court for Sierra Leone opened a new trial session this week with the opening of the joint trial of three of the key leaders of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF).

Special Court for Sierra Leone, CDF Trial, Update 1

After getting off to a slow beginning, the Special Court's first trial finally got off to a full start last week, with the defense delivering its opening statement and the prosecution calling its f

Final Report: The Failure of Leipzig Repeated in Jakarta

The first session of the Ad-Hoc Human Right Court that started since February 21st 2001 for the gross violation of human right in Timor Lorosae that happened from April until September 1999 has end

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 9

The Ad Hoc Human Rights Court for the East Timor Case up to now has issued verdicts for 6 dossiers.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 8

There is no doubt that the chain of events before and after the referendum in East Timor is a crime. The crime was in form of terror, manslaughter, abduction until it reached the peak in form of.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 7

International standards, regarding to independent trial demands competent party to provide adequate resources so that the court can perform their functions properly .

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 6

Since initiated in February 2002, the ad hoc human right trial has processed 12 gross human right violation in East Timor cases.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 5

The acquittal is hardly surprising.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 4

East Timor, which used to be the Republic of Indonesia's 27th province, has become a new nation.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 3

The Ad Hoc Human Rights Court for East Timor has went on for nearly four months now, since the commencement of the first trial in the month of February 2002.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 2

In April 2002, the panel of judges that looks into the case prosecuted in Ad Hoc Human Rights Court (HRC) for Gross Human Rights Violation had decided upon preliminary verdict.

Ad Hoc Human Rights Court Report No. 1

Presently, the Ad Hoc Human Rights Court is holding a trial for Crimes Against Humanity in East Timor for the prereferendum and post-referendum periods (April - September 1999).

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