Battlefield evidence

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PUBLICATION DATE:23 May 2022
Using observations collected by the Genocide Network Secretariat from Genocide Network Member and Observer States, this report engages in a stocktaking exercise. Looking back at recommendations listed in the 2014 Strategy of the Genocide Network to combat impunity for genocide, crimes against...
PUBLICATION DATE:05 April 2022
Eurojust’s 2021 meeting on counter-terrorism tackled topics ranging from addressing the dissemination of terrorist content online, left-wing and right-wing extremism and terrorism, the threat posed by prison leavers, and the use of battlefield evidence. The meeting brought together Eurojust national...
PUBLICATION DATE:21 September 2020
The 2020 Eurojust Memorandum on Battlefield Evidence reports on the present possibilities and experiences of using battlefield evidence in criminal proceedings in the EU Member States and non-EU countries. This report was produced following a recommendation from the EU Counter-Terrorism Coordinator...
15 September 2020|PRESS RELEASE
Battlefield evidence, such as photos depicting crimes committed against civilians, fingerprints on explosive devices and e-mails describing terrorist plots, is increasingly being used to prosecute suspects of terrorism and core international crimes, including returning Foreign Terrorist Fighters...
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Terrorism represents a major threat to the safety of Europe’s citizens. Recent years have brought a rise in the frequency and scale of terrorist incidents within the European Union. The growing complexity for judicial authorities dealing with terrorism is reflected in a steady number of new...