A 45 year-old suspect of War Crimes committed in the Balkans in the 1990s was extradited to Bosnia on Monday. The Bosnian national who was a resident of the Dutch town of Spijkenisse, had been in extradition detention since his arrest by the International Crimes Unit of the Netherlands National Police.
The Netherlands National Police arrested 64 year-old Dutch national of Afghan origin Sadeq A. at his city of residence, Rotterdam, last Tuesday. He is suspected of having committed war crimes in Afghanistan in 1979. Today, the Investigative Judge in The Hague has extended the pretrial detention of A. by 14 days.
The 47-year-old Syrian who was arrested on Tuesday in Kapelle, the Netherlands, on suspicion of committing war crimes and terrorist crimes in Syria was brought before the examining judge of the District Court in The Hague today and has been remanded in custody. This Court has been appointed to rule on cases concerning international crimes, including war crimes.
The Netherlands National Prosecutor’s Office has decided not to prosecute 66 year-old Dutch Afghan Sadeq A. He was arrested in October 2015 in Rotterdam as a suspect of War Crimes, committed in Afghanistan in 1979.
The Netherlands Public Prosecutor’s Office has demanded a life sentence for a 63 year-old man on Wednesday for a series of War Crimes that include arbitrary detention, torture and killing of opponents of the 1970s revolutionary regime in Ethiopia.
La police a arrêté, mardi le 26 octobre, Sadeq A., un Afghan de 64 ans et de nationalité néerlandaise, à Rotterdam, son domicile. L’homme est soupçonné d’avoir commis de crimes de guerre en Afghanistan en 1979. Le juge d’instruction a, aujourd’hui, prolongé la détention provisoire de l’homme de 14 jours.
Ce mercredi, le ministère public du tribunal de La Haye a requis la perpétuité à l’encontre d’un homme de 63 ans pour crimes de guerre dont actes de séquestration, de torture et d’assassinat sur les opposants au régime révolutionnaire des années soixante-dix en Éthiopie.
The Public Prosecution Service The Hague will start an inquiry into the death today of the accused Slobodan Praljak. During a session of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) mr. Praljak swallowed something and died possibly of the consequences.
The Court of First Instance of The Hague has delivered a judgment yesterday allowing the extradition of a 52 year old resident from Heuven to Bosnia. A few weeks ago the Court allowed the extradition of a 46 year old resident from The Hague to Georgia and the extradition of a 43 year old resident from Spijkenisse to Bosnia. All three men are suspected of involvement in International Crimes.