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Resuming hearings after two weeks of break for the Christmas and New Year period, the Chamber this week heard from three witnesses over the course of four days, potentially concluding the segment o
On 5 April 2016, the majority of Judges in Trial Chamber (V)(a) at the International Criminal Court (hereinafter “ICC” or “Court”) decided to vacate the charges against William S
This week the Trial Chamber continued to hear testimony on the treatment of the Vietnamese before adjourning for two weeks for the Christmas break.
The Trial Chamber moved through proceedings swiftly this week, marking the first time a week was devoted entirely to testimony about the treatment of the ethnic Vietnamese during the DK period.
This week, the Trial Chamber resumed after nearly one month of recess due to the appeal hearings in Case 002/01 and a subsequent week’s break for the Water Festival.
Concern over the issue of human trafficking in Southeast Asia has grown steadily over the past several years with recent events elevating this pernicious problem to crisis levels in the public conc
This week, the Trial Chamber reconvened after two weeks of adjournment for both the Pchum Ben holiday and an additional recess to allow the Bench to consider ongoing procedural issues.
Oct 12 2015 | |
Stanford University's WSD HANDA Center for Human Rights and International Justice hosts Free the Slaves Executive Director Maurice Middleberg and Stanford Professor Katherine Jolluck for a discussi
This week, the Trial Chamber heard the testimony of Witness Ban Siek over the course of two days.
This week, the Trial Chamber resumed hearing testimony on the treatment of the ethnic Cham minority after a one-week recess.
The Trial Chamber continued with the new trial segment on the treatment of the Cham minority this week with the testimony of four persons in relation to the group’s targeting in Kang Meas District,
From 7 to 10 September 2015, the Trial Chamber commenced a new segment of the proceedings in Case 002/02 with testimony from two witnesses and a Civil Party.
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Following a week without hearings, the Trial Chamber heard the testimony of three witnesses regarding their experiences at the Trapeang Thma Dam worksite (TTD).
Returning from a mid-year judicial recess this week, the Trial Chamber commenced the next segment of the proceedings in Case 002/02 with testimony from a Civil Party and a witness on the Trapeang T
In the final week before the Trial Chamber adjourned for a month-long mid-year judicial recess, it successfully completed the testimonies of three witnesses and one Civil Party.
Despite two public holidays this week, the Trial Chamber managed to complete the testimony of two witnesses and a Civil Party, and also commence that of a third witness over three days of proceedin
This week, the Trial Chamber commenced the next segment of the proceedings in Case 002/02 with testimony from three witnesses on the Kampong Chhnang Airport Construction site (KCA).
Over four days of hearings this week, the Trial Chamber heard the testimony of two witnesses and a Civil Party on their knowledge of and experiences at the First January Dam worksite in present-day
The Trial Chamber this week continued to hear testimony regarding the experiences of workers at the First January Dam construction site in Baray District, Kampong Thom Province.