On March 21, 2016, Trial Chamber III of the International Criminal Court found Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo guilty beyond any reasonable doubt of two counts of crimes against humanity (murder and rape) and three counts of war crimes (murder, rape, and pillaging). The crimes were committed in Central African Republic from on or about October 26, 2002 to […]
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- 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence: Reaffirming Our Commitment to End Impunity for Sexual Violence
- Rules of Procedure and Evidence for Central African Republic’s Special Criminal Court Adopted
- ICC Appeals Chamber Acquits Bemba of Rape
- Suspect Accused of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in Mali in ICC Custody
- Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Raises Awareness About Forced Marriage in the Khmer Rouge Era
- Military Prosecutor in DRC Seeks Justice for Victims of Child Rapes