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Unjust African justice

By Aryeh Neier Granted the continent’s leaders immunity for their crimes, probably unravels two decades of progress At its recent summit meeting in Equatorial Guinea, the African Union formalised its decision to expand the jurisdiction of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights to include international crimes, such as …

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A cry for justice

By Achola Rosario A poor girl’s struggles to get justice against her rich, powerful abusers Six months ago, a 23-year-old waitress was approached by a Pakistani man in the bar where she worked. Work as a bar waitress was the only job Zaina could get at the time, considering that …

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The globalisation of justice

By Aryeh Neier Military and  guerrilla leaders, Presidents know they could face justice for crimes against humanity When the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) was established by the United Nations Security Council 20 years ago, on May 25, 1993, many regarded it as a meaningless gesture. At …

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Justice delayed

By Haggai Matsiko 4,000 Kaweeri land grab victims wait for justice as Judge, lawyers’ flex legal muscles On May 20, Siliveste Busululwa, 62, saw this reporter with a camera strapped around his neck seated at David Ssekandi’s home in Kitemba village in Mubende district. Suddenly, he stopped walking. He then …

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