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ICC probes into 2002-2003 humanitarian situation in CAR

Posted by African Press International on May 26, 2008

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA has learnt.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.The International Criminal Court (ICC) is pursuing investigations into crimes against humanity committed on the territory of the Central African Republic during the 25 October 2002-15 March 15 2003 period, APA learns here on Monday.

The inquiry led ICC to issue an international arrest warrant under seal against Congo Liberation Movement (MLC) leader Jean Pierre Bemba who is accused of crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in the CAR.

Bemba, a former vice-chairman of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was arrested in a Brussels suburb (Belgium) to answer to four counts of war crimes and two of crimes against humanity committed in the CAR territory between 25 October 2002 and 15 March 2003.

At a press conference Sunday, analyst of the ICC prosecutors office in Bangui Emeric Rogier said arrest warrants will be issued against senior officials involved in the command mechanism at various levels of responsibility when the acts were committed.

Regarding crimes allegedly committed in 2005 in north-western CAR, Rogier said “we are analysing the situation, but we are not in a phase of investigation.”

Asked why “these alleged crimes are not prosecuted at national level,” he said the ICC operates on the principle of mutual assistance.

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