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International Justice Court declines to keep Habre in Senegal

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The World Court today declined to issue an order to prevent exiled former Chadian president Hissene Habre from leaving Senegal, denying a request from Belgium aimed at bringing him to trial. Belgium charged Habre in 2005 with crimes against humanity and torture. In April it asked the court in The Hague, formally known as the International Court of Justice, for a ruling because it feared that Habre might be allowed to leave Senegal and find refuge elsewhere.

International Justice Court declines to keep Habre in Senegal

By | 12 years ago

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