Established in 2005 in partnership with the Case Western Reserve University School of Law's Cox International Law Center, War Crimes Prosecution Watch is a bi-weekly e-newsletter that collects official documents and articles from major news sources that detail and analyze salient issues pertaining to the investigation and prosecution of war crimes throughout the world. The publication, which goes out to over 15,000 subscribers, is edited by Case Western Reserve law students who are selected in January of their first year for editorial positions through an interview process. To date, the War Crimes Prosecution Watch team has published over 300 issues of War Crimes Prosecution Watch.
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Human Rights Watch calls on U.S. President George W. Bush to immediately close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.
Thousands flee fighting in northwestern Central African Republic, as a result of government raids to hunt down rebels
The new chief U.N. prosecutor of the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal urges for the arrest of the most wanted Serb fugitives
Prosecutors in the Special Court for Sierra Leone Oppose Motion to Acquit Former Liberian President
The European Court of Human Rights found Croatian authorities responsible for lack of investigations into the deaths of war crimes victims in 1991.
Up to 1000 British troops are to be investigated for crimes committed during the Iraq war including the torture of Iraqi citizens.
The Sudanese Ministry of Justice announced it will review current laws granting immunity to senior government, military, police and security personnel.
Over 140,000 Rohingya children have been trapped in camps since extremist Buddhist mobs chased them from their homes two years ago, killing up to 280 people.
Civilians in Yemen are unsafe in the face of conflict raging between Huthi militias who seized control of the capital and large parts of the country since September 2014.
Gambia announced its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, following similar decisions by South Africa and Burundi to abandon the institution.