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Some of the milestones achieved over the past two decades included its forty-fifth and final judgment on appeal in the case.
The Rwanda Tribunal had brought indictments against 93 individuals, issued 55 first-instance judgments and 45 appeal judgments and heard the “powerful accounts” of more than 3,000 witnesses who recounted some of the “most traumatic events imaginable”.
As the meeting unfolded, it was announced that one of the nine remaining fugitives being sought by the Rwanda Tribunal, Ladislas Ntaganzwa had been apprehended the night before in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where he was being held in custody. Ntaganzwa would be handed over to Rwanda authorities, where he would be tried under monitoring arrangements to be carried out by the Mechanism.
With the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda set to formally close at the end of December, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia striving to complete its work by the end of 2017, the Presidents and Prosecutors of both bodies, as well as the President of the International Residual Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals briefed the Security Council today on their proceedings.
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'They came in with guns and grenades and they screamed at us,' Ziba's friend Emira recalls. Then they took me out and put me with the other women who had been brought back from the rooms.
'The Chetniks shouted at us: 'Look at how many children you can have. You are going to have our little Chetniks.' They said they weren't interested in women who were expecting babies because they couldn't make them pregnant.'Ziba, 26, mother of two, was among the first 12 women and girls to be selected by the Serbs at the Kalinovik camp. I asked if I would see Yasmin and Mirnes (her two infant boys) again and one of them said I would. We were all told to clean the hotel again and after we had done this they took us back to the gymnasium. The rapes went on day and night for a month.' The day was 2 August and all but 10 of the 105 women held prisoner in the gymnasium were to be gang-raped over the following 26 days, some of them by as many as seven Serb militiamen.
That their independence endured, even becoming the defining feature of their accomplishments, is testament to the talent of their statesmen, the irrepressible need to survive, and their intense desire to effect greater change.