CPIJ in the MediaNews
October 2, 2018

Murdered Honduran Activist Berta Cáceres Deserves Open Justice

Cáceres' assassination in 2016 was one in over 130 targeted killings of environmental defenders in Honduras since the 2009 coup d'état By Amanda Ghahremani and Leah Gardner | The HuffPost…
CPIJ in the MediaNews
September 27, 2018

Neighbors Refer Venezuela to Criminal Court in ‘Historic’ Rebuke

By Ernesto Londoño and Marlise Simons | The New York Times President Nicolás Maduro, center, in Caracas this week. The crisis in Venezuela “demands collective action,” the president of Peru said. (Photo Miraflores…
CPIJ in the MediaNews
September 26, 2018

A chance at justice for the Rohingya?

Following Canada’s declaration that crimes against the Rohingya constitute ‘genocide,’ Payam Akhavan asks: Do the refugee camps in Bangladesh hold the key to prosecutions by the International Criminal Court? By Payam…
CPIJ in the MediaNews
September 26, 2018

Who’s Afraid of the International Criminal Court?

By Eleanor Beevor | Al Bawaba News US National Security Adviser John Bolton listens as President Donald Trump (not seen) speaks on April 13, 2018 at the White House in Washington, DC.…
CPIJ in the MediaNews
September 11, 2018

A plan for South Africa to stay in the ICC

By Navi Pillay, Richard Goldstone, and Mark Kersten | Mail & Guardian Almost two years after first announcing its intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), it remains unclear whether…
CPIJ in the MediaNews
August 6, 2018

Edmonton man appeals extradition to U.S. on terrorism charges

By Andrea Huncar | CBC News Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi's lawyer filed a notice of appeal on June 27. (Court exhibit)   A Canadian man accused of providing financial support to…