Watching History Slowly Disappear: Hasankeyf

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“Those who opposed (the project) were accused of being political. Even if you’re an environmentalist...

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UN Condemns Iran’s Execution of Child Offenders

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United Nations experts have expressed shock and dismay at Iran’s execution of a second child offende...

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Turkey’s Campaign against Civil Society: Osman Kavala Re-Arrested

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - DECEMBER 11:  Member of the International Peace and Reconciliation Initiative (IPRI) delegation to Turkey Osman Kavala is seen during a joint press conference with Chair of the Confederal Group of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left at the European Parliament Gabriele Zimmer, Chair of IPRI Judge Essa Moosa, French politician Francis Wurtz and Chair of the EU Turkey Civic Commission (EUTCC) Kariane Westrheim after 11th International Conference on the European Union, Turkey, the Middle East and the Kurds at European Parliament headquarters in Brussels, Belgium on December 11, 2014. (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

MoJust condemns the callous re-arrest of businessman, philanthropist and human rights defender Osman...

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European Court upholds Osman Kavala’s claim of arbitrary detention

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - DECEMBER 11:  Member of the International Peace and Reconciliation Initiative (IPRI) delegation to Turkey Osman Kavala is seen during a joint press conference with Chair of the Confederal Group of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left at the European Parliament Gabriele Zimmer, Chair of IPRI Judge Essa Moosa, French politician Francis Wurtz and Chair of the EU Turkey Civic Commission (EUTCC) Kariane Westrheim after 11th International Conference on the European Union, Turkey, the Middle East and the Kurds at European Parliament headquarters in Brussels, Belgium on December 11, 2014. (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Today the European Court of Human Rights ruled that the ongoing detention of Osman Kavala, human rig...

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Starvation of Civilians Recognised as a War Crime in Non-International Armed Conflicts

A displaced Yemeni child who fled the fightings is pictured at a makeshift camp in the district of Abs, in Yemen's northwestern Hajjah province on June 10, 2019. - Saudi air defence forces on June 10 intercepted two drones launched by Huthi rebels from neighbouring Yemen, state media reported, as the Iran-aligned militia steps up attacks on the kingdom. The drones targeted Khamis Mushait in the kingdom's south and caused no damage or casualties, the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said in a brief statement released early Tuesday by the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA). (Photo by ESSA AHMED / AFP)        (Photo credit should read ESSA AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)

The International Criminal Court (ICC) will from now on be able to prosecute the intentional starvat...

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First Da’esh/ISIS fighter convicted of war crimes in The Netherlands

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Mojust welcomes the conviction of Dutch-born Oussama Achraf Akhlafa in the first Da’esh/ISIS war cri...

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The Detention of Selahattin Demirtaş and the Situation of Opposition Politicians in Turkey

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On 20 November 2018, the European Court of Human Rights released its judgment on the pre-trial deten...

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Criminalisation of Lawyers in Turkey

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Today the Mesopotamia Observatory of Justice submitted a communication to the United Nations express...

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