Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : ICC

ICC flies out witnesses with crucial evidence

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Friday, 18 Jan 2013

Seven new witnesses have been flown out of the country by the International Criminal Court (ICC), which is seeking to strengthen evidence in the post-election violence cases. ICC investigators have found what they term as new and

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Bensouda says she has new evidence

The Star Pg 1 & 6
Wednesday, 16 Jan 2013

ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says that she has gathered additional evidence sufficient to prove that Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and former Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura supplied guns and police uniforms to at

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Consequences of an Uhuru-Ruto presidency

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Wednesday, 19 Dec 2012

The pending criminal charges against Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto could ground their ambitions for Kenya’s Presidency is in doubt. The trial for crimes against humanity at the Intern

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AG says no to Uhuru, Ruto asset freeze

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Saturday, 12 Jan 2013

Kenya has declined to freeze the assets of four Kenyans facing crimes against humanity at The Hague. And in a letter to the International Criminal Court dated yesterday, Attorney General Githu Muigai made a final push to have the

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AG wants Uhuru, Muthaura cases moved to Arusha

Daily Nation pg 17
Saturday, 12 Jan 2013

The government now wants to be enjoined in a bid by two of the four ICC suspects to transfer their trials to the East African Court of Justice. On Friday, Attorney-General Githu Muigai wrote to three judges who form the presidency

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We have learnt from poll chaos, Uhuru tell Kericho rally

Daily Nation pg 10
Saturday, 12 Jan 2013

The Jubilee Coalition presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta has said the decision to team up with United Republican Party (URP) leader William Ruto was motivated by the desire to avoid a repeat of the post-election violence. Mr Ke

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ICC releases evidence on Uhuru,Ruto cases

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Friday, 11 Jan 2013

The Hague Prosecutor is seeking a minimum of 1,400 hours for her witnesses to testify and be grilled by the defence side on the Kenyan cases, which begin on April 10, and 11. This means, at the rate of four-hour sittings by T

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Kenya frustrating justice, says ICC chief prosecutor

Daily Nation pg 1 & 3
Thursday, 10 Jan 2013

The Hague chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda may be forced to seek assistance from foreign countries to compel Kenya to give the court access to government officers and security agents. This would affect those who were in charge of p

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