[mili]war crimes and impunity/accountability

The Security Cabinet decided not to cooperate, for now, with the United Nations team to Jenin, saying that the conditions set by Israel had not yet been met.
Celui-ci reconnaat comme crimes les violences sexuelles et de genre, une premiere dans l'histoire du droit humanitaire.
Cela fait quatorze ans que nous, les Femmes en Noir, citoyennes de l’état d’Israël, juives et palestiniennes, tenons des vigiles de protestation, pour exprimer notre foi en la paix et notre exigence que l’occupation se termine.
Likening Israel's treatment of Palestinians to the oppression of blacks by the white apartheid government in South Africa, Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu yesterday chided the Bush administration for being too soft on prime minister Ariel Sharon.
Official Dutch report says that Pentagon broke UN embargo.
Women's E News reports that the new International Criminal Court will give women a place to seek justice for gender-related crimes committed against them in armed conflicts and as part of systematic violence or persecution.
Palestinian and Israeli women demand an immediate end to Occupation.
A UN envoy has said that the devastation left by Israeli forces in the Jenin refugee camp is "horrific beyond belief".
The Vatican launched a semi-official campaign against Israel terming its re-occupation of Palestinian territories as genocide against the Palestinian people.
Nomination and Election of Judges - the Ninth Session of the Preparatory Commission of the International Criminal Court is under way until 19 April 2002.
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