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A proposal for African countries to pull out of the ICC seems to be gaining currency here. Some Africans feel the Hague based tribunal is biased against the continent which has the bulk of cases there yet there are other cases of crimes against humanity being perpetrated elsewhere. The general feeling among some Africans, is that the continent should come up with its own court to try African cases.
In this compilation video you will see the most of the government planes that i did spot leading up to the NSS 2014 summit in the Hague. I hope you liked this video pleas do not forget to rate it. At the end of the video you van click on the links in the screen for complete video's for the plane that where in this compilation. Many thanks for watching schipholhotspot. 00:00 VietnamAirlines B777-2Q8(ER) VN-A142 (cn 32701) 00:20 Japan Air Self-Defence Force B747-47C20-1102 (cn 24731) 00:39 Azerbaijan Airlines 4K-AI01 67-32L(ER) - cn 40342 / ln 990 00:56 Korean Government Boeing 747-4B5 10001 (cn 26412) 01:08 Japan Air Self-Defence Force 1101 B747-47C - cn 24730 01:25 Pakistan - Air Force J-756 Gulfstream G450 01:44 Brazilian Air Force FAB2582 Embraer VC-99B 01:53 Abu Dhabi A6-DLM Am...
On 11 March 2006 the Hague Tribunal killed Yugoslavia's President Slobodan Milosevic On 11 March 2006 the UN`s International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) reported that Slobodan Milosevic had been "found dead in his cell". On 14 March the court stopped all trial procedures on the case. While reporting on the causes of Milosevic`s death, the Tribunal's Vice-President Kevin Parker said "Milosevic died a natural death as a result of a heart attack". But there is evidence that Slobodan Milosevic was killed, and that the ICTY was responsible for the murder. This is how it all happened. First, Milosevic was placed in prison, where his health deteriorated. Then he was refused to be treated in a heart surgery center and when his heart condition worsened, he did not receive urgent medi...
In one of the nicest neighborhoods of The Haque, the optician Petros Horvers has found a great new location for his store that was originally founded in 1926. Petros is well known for having a keen for detail in aesthetics. For the right reading glasses you are at the best place in town. People like to visit his store because they need good, professional advice before buying new glasses. Petros owns modern, state of the art equipment so his clients get exactly what they need. If you want contact lenses that fit perfectly, the shape of your eyes will be analysed first. An image is projected on your eye and then a computer converts the picture into a detailed map. If you want trendy sunglasses, you will find many designs, from vintage to modern. If you need prescription sunglasses, Petr...
There is nothing wrong with wanting to look nice and feel good in our outfits, however this often comes at a high price. A price that textile workers in India, Bangladesh or other production countries pay. I want to show you that another world is possible, a world where we can express our personalities and the values we stand for with beautiful outfits that are made under fair and green conditions. Let's talk about this!
Radovan Karadzic was back in court Monday, four months after judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia suspended his trial. The former Bosnian-Serb leader is defending himself against war crimes and two counts of genocide stemming from the Balkans wars of the 1990s. VOA's Robert Raffaele has more.
Great quality live recording from Congresgebouw, The Hague, Netherlands. April 27th 1983. Setlist: 1. Coyote 2. For Free 3. Big Yellow Taxi 4. A Case Of You 5. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio 6. You're So Square 7. Solid Love 8. Love 9. Ladies' Man 10. Don't Interrupt The Sorrow 11. Refuge Of The Roads 12. You Dream Flat Tyres
Dynamite Express is a steel powered mine train coaster build by Mack Rides GmbH & Co KG. Length: 859.6 ft Height: 36.1 ft Duration: 0:57 Drievliet Amusement Park is a theme park for the entire family in The Hague. It has calm attractions like the Ferris wheel, spinning tea cups, old MacDonald tractor ride and monorail. For braver visitors there are more exciting rides like the swinging ship, Spaceloop, Jungle River water slide and the TwistTrix, Dynamite Express and spectacular Formule X roller coasters. http://twitter.com/WackyWeazle http://facebook.com/wacky.weazle https://plus.google.com/+WackyWeazle Visit http://www.MotionPictureArt.com for all your original movie posters and more.
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Lovely X-mas movie from Lemax
The Express EU referendum debate in full. Nick Ferrari chairs a gripping discussion on whether we should vote for Brexit or remain in the European Union. Panelists include Nigel Farage, Chuka Umunna, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Kate Hoey, Siobhain McDonagh and Richard Reed.
After the disappearance of 43 students of the Rural school of Ayotzinapa in Iguala, Mexico, the international community started to express its concerns about human rights violations in Mexico. In the Netherlands, a group of Mexicans and others try to meet with the ambassador. Tired of waiting for an answer, they decide to go to the Mexican embassy in The Hague on December 10, 2014 to hand over a petition and to demand that the 43 students are brought back alive. One month later, no official answer has been received, so they go back to the embassy with the same message...
Egypt: Cameron and Hague uneasy over Morsi ousting Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Adly Mansour is sworn in as interim president of Egypt on Thursday, replacing Mohamed Morsi, whose supporters continue to protest. William Hague and David Cameron express their unease after Morsi was deposed by Egypt's armed forces on Wednesday. The move followed three days of protests in the capital's Tahrir Square.
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