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Ousted Sudan president Omar al-Bashir goes on trial for 1989 coup
Sudan's ousted president, Omar al-Bashir, went on trial Tuesday in the capital city of Khartoum for spearheading the 1989 coup d'état that brought him to power. After the opening of the trial on Tuesday, proceedings were adjourned until August 11. (More)
Sudanese militia leader makes first appearance before ICC for Darfur war crimes
Sudanese militia leader Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman, known also as Ali Kushayb, appeared on Monday before the International Criminal Court (ICC) on multiple war crimes charges for crimes allegedly committed in the Darfur region between 2003 and 20 (More)
Sudan war crimes suspect arrested 13 years after ICC warrant issued
Militia leader and war crimes suspect Ali Kushayb has been arrested, the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced Tuesday. This comes more than 13 years after the arrest warrant was issued. Kushayb surrendered to authorities in a northern portion (More)
An International Humanitarian Law Perspective on Cyber Attacks Against Nuclear Facilities
In September of 2019, Kudankulum Nuclear Power Plant's (KNPP) administrative networks were found to be infected with malware, namely a program called DTrack. The National Power Corporation of India (NPCIL), which manages the plant, stated that the in (More)
Sudan to turn ex-president over to ICC to stand trial for genocide
The transitional government of Sudan said Tuesday that it would hand over ex-president Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to stand trial on charges of genocide and war crimes.The ICC issued two arrest warrants f (More)
Sudan prosecutor announces investigation of Darfur war crimes
The state prosecutor of Sudan, Tagelsir al-Heber, announced the launch of an investigation into the crimes committed in the Darfur region under former President Omar al-Bashir. Al-Bashir has already been arrested by the Sudanese government for corrup (More)
UN signs agreement to open human rights office in Sudan
UN Human Rights Chief Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday signed a deal with the new government of Sudan to open a Human Rights Office in the capital of Khartoum. In addition to the capital office, there will be four field offices in Darfur, Blue Nile, So (More)
Ousted Sudan president al-Bashir on trial for corruption
The former president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, was in court on Monday facing charges of corruption and allegations that he accepted millions from Saudi Arabia.Al-Bashir was ousted from the office of president in April as the result of months of (More)
Amnesty: war crimes continue in Sudan
Amnesty International warned Tuesday that war crimes and human rights violations have been ongoing in Sudan's Darfur region.Following the ouster of former president Omar al-Bashir in April, Sudan has been rocked by political turmoil.Amnesty (More)
ICC declines to refer Jordan to UN for failing to arrest Sudan's al-Bashir
The International Criminal Court (ICC) ruled Monday that Jordan, as a party to the Rome Statute, was obligated to arrest Sudan's former leader Omar al-Bashir during his 2017 visit to Amman for an Arab League Summit. The ICC declined, however, to refe (More)
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