Posts Tagged “Human Rights Watch”

Denial of Crimes Against Humanity

It is widely accepted that there are eight stages to an act of genocide. Contrary to popular belief, mass murder occurs during the seventh stage of this process (although loss of life is common throughout the previous stages), with the first six being classification, symbolisation, dehumanisation, organisation, polarisation and preparation. The eighth stage of genocide […]

Ivory Coast’s Gbagbo checks in at the Hague

Former President of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, has traded the haven of his house for a cot at the Hague. Gbagbo is charged with four counts of crimes against humanity: murder, sexual violence, persecution, and other inhuman acts. Over 3,000 people died last year in the violence thatĀ erupted after last year’s elections. Human Rights Watch […]

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