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Weâre Not Done Yet, Hague Court Tells Burundiâs Leaders
The International Criminal Court opened a criminal investigation into state-sponsored violence, two weeks after the African nation exited the court.
Jewish Philanthropists Create a Prize for Christian Missionaries
âLove the stranger,â says the Torah. So a rabbiâs husband created a $500,000 award for the âsuperheroesâ who provide medical care in Africa.
Burundi Quits International Criminal Court
It became the first country to withdraw, a month after a U.N. commission called for a criminal inquiry that might lead by to Burundiâs leaders.
36 Burundian Refugees Are Shot Dead in Congo
The Burundians had fled political violence at home but died in a clash with soldiers, according to the U.N. and a civil society group in Congo.
U.N. Group Accuses Burundi Leaders of Crimes Against Humanity
A panel of investigators set up by the agencyâs Human Rights Council said it had delivered a list of suspects to the United Nations High Commissioner for human rights.
Burundians, Fleeing Political Violence, Find Welcome in Canada
It is the final stop in their desperate journey to escape the summary executions, assassinations and torture racking the tiny central African nation.
‘You Cannot Have Peace if You Don’t Listen to Women’
Women in Burundi demand a seat at the table.
Assassination in Burundi Brings a Vow of Vengeance
The environment minister, Emmanuel Niyonkuru, was killed in the first hour of the new year, an act that could exacerbate a nearly two-year political crisis.
The ICC, Out of Africa
Before African states began withdrawing from the court, the court was moving away from cases on the continent.
As 3 African Nations Vow to Exit, International Court Faces Its Own Trial
The announcements by Gambia, Burundi and South Africa intensify a longstanding debate over whether the body is biased against the continent.
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