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Bibliography of Books, Articles, and Documents This article contains a review of recent books, articles, and documents of note. Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 World Bibliography
U.S. Court Bars Deportation of Terrorist Suspect to Cuba or Venezuela On September 26, 2005, U.S. Immigration Judge William Abbott ruled that a high-profile terrorist suspect could not be deported to Cuba or Venezuela because the United Nations Convention Against... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States, Venezuela, Cuba Extradition, National Security, Terrorism, Transfer of Prisoners
EU Justice & Home Affairs Council Meets On October 12, 2005, the Justice and Home Affairs Council of the European Union (EU) held its 2683rd meeting in Luxembourg and took action on a number of matters, summarized here ? [more] Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 Europe Immigration, European Union, Economic Integration
Italian Authorities Order Three More Arrests in CIA Extraordinary Rendition On September 29, 2005, Italian authorities announced that an Italian judge ordered the arrests of a former U.S. Embassy official and two other persons concerning an "extraordinary rendition" case in... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States, Italy Jurisdiction, National Security, Terrorism, Kidnaping
U.S. Court Orders Defense Department to Release Photos and Videos to ACLU On September 29, 2005, U.S. District Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein ordered the U.S. Department of Defense to release 74 photographs and three videos depicting abuse of prisoners in U.S. custody at Abu... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States Human Rights, Law of War, National Security, Terrorism
ICTY Update: Yugoslav Tribunal and Related Cases As the International Tribunal for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) continues, developments show its complementary nature as it increasingly transfers accused persons to national courts for... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 World, Balkans Human Rights, International Organizations, Law of War, Genocide
Belize Returns Five SUVs to U.S., Launches Initiative Against Illicit Vehicles On July 9, 2005, the U.S. Embassy in Belize announced that five sport utility vehicles (SUVs) stolen from the United States have been returned. On September 27, 2005, the Belize government announced... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States, Belize Administration of Justice, Customs Enforcement
South Korea Launches Tax Enforcement Actions Against Five Foreign Funds At the end of September and beginning of October 2005, South Korean tax authorities imposed a 214.8 billion won (US $207 million) penalty against five foreign funds for tax violations associated with... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States, South Korea Taxation, Securities Law, White Collar Crime
Belgium Asks Chad to Surrender Former Leader for Crimes Against Humanity On September 29, 2005, the Belgian Ministry of Justice announced an indictment against Chadian former president Hiss?ne Habr? and issued an extradition warrant and request to Senegalese authorities... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 Belgium, Chad Human Rights, Jurisdiction, Law of War, Genocide
New Violence Threatens Darfur Humanitarian Aid On September 27, 2005, the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that 250-300 armed Arab men on horses and camels attacked the Aro Sharow camp. The camp, in which 4,000 and 5,000 people... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 Sudan Human Rights, International Organizations, Genocide
Special Iraqi Tribunal Begins Hussein Trial On October 18, 2005, the Special Iraqi Tribunal opened its trial against Saddam Hussein and his seven co-defendants to answer for atrocities centering on the execution of nearly 150 men and teenage... Bruce Zagaris 21 12 2005-12-01 United States, Iraq Human Rights, Law of War, War Crimes, Genocide