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  • Bemba case highlights need for reparative justice

    In this final piece in our series commenting on the Bemba Appeals Judgment (previous ones here, here,…

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  • Remoteness in itself cannot serve as a defence to command responsibility

    In this fifth opinion piece reviewing the Bemba Appeal Judgment (find the previous ones here, here,…

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  • Bemba fair trials ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Making Sense of Command Responsibility

    In this fourth opinion piece on the Bemba Appeals Judgment (find the previous ones here, here…

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  • Time to Clarify ICC Rules on Admission of Evidence

    In this third opinion piece on the Bemba Appeals Judgment, Amnesty’s International Justice Team considers the majority’s criticisms of…

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  • Bemba fair trials ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Bemba Appeals Judgment highlights the challenges of charging sexual violence crimes

    In this second opinion piece on the Bemba Appeals Judgment, Amnesty’s International Justice Team considers the majority’s finding that…

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  • Bemba fair trials ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Lessons must be learned from the Bemba case as a whole

    Over the next two weeks, Amnesty’s International Justice Team will post a series of opinion pieces examining key issues…

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  • ICC Appeals Chamber that on 8 June acquitted Mr Bemba from charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity

    Bemba Judgment warrants better investigations and fair trials – not efforts to discredit the decision

    Amnesty International’s International Justice Team provides some initial reflections on the most controversial aspects of the Judgment and challenges a…

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  • The ICC Appeals Chamber’s problematic approach to identifying evidence obtained in violation of human rights

    In this third opinion piece examining the ICC’s approach to evidence in the Bemba et al. case, International Criminal Justice…

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  • Admitting mistakes on admitting evidence – It’s not too late for the ICC to get it right.

    Building on initial concerns about the ICC’s approach to evidence in the Bemba et al. Appeals Chamber judgment, Chiara Loiero,…

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