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Current concerns #1 - June 2007
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Contents

- Editorial
- The Iraqi Special Tribunal: A Corruption Of Justice by Ramsey Clark, Curtis F.J Doebbler
- A Drop into the Abyss by Haifa Zangana*
- Human Rights Council 5th Session, 11-18 June 2007, Geneva : Major Developments in International Justice – Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal .
- Statement by Mr. Elias Khouri, representative of the Union of Arab Jurists on the report of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Leandro Despouy, on the Independence of the Judges and Lawyers
- Oral Statement by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers
- Statement by Nord-Sud XXI in Relation to the Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers
- Statement of Juliette Sayegh, Representative of the General Federation of Arab Women to the UN at the 5th Session of the Human Rights Council
- Expert on Judiciary Expresses Concern about Saddam Hussein Trial and Verdict and Calls for International Tribunal United Nations Human Rights Independent Expert Reiterates Concerns about Death Sentence on Former Vice President of Iraq
- UN Human Rights Expert Condemns Assassination of Iraqi Lawyer
- Human Rights Situation in Iraq by Karen Parker, International Educational Development Civilians without Protection by the International Commission of the Red Cross (ICRC) Hans von Sponeck – A Different War: The UN Sanctions Regime in Iraq
- “Attributing a Transparent Statement to the Courage of One’s Own Convictions an interview with Hans-Christof Graf von Sponeck on the situation in Iraq and Europe’s tasks
- “Working to Stop the War and to End the Occupation” Interview with Mustafa Ali, Iraq*
- UN Round Table on the Human Right To Peace
- “Need Will Increase Dramatically”
- A History of Flight
- Urgent Appeal
- Iraq Needs Help
- Displaced Iraqis in the region Four Years into the Occupation: No Health for Iraq by Dr. Bert De Belder*, Belgium
- Caritas Requests International Community to Intervene
- Europe lets Iraqi refugees down all too often
- War in Haifa Street by Joachim Guilliard, Heidelberg
- «The Terrorist Bush Should Leave» by Bill Van Auken, USA
- A Global Pact Against Depleted Uranium by Francis Boyle
- “At the End of the Day, it Was an Iraqi Solution” To Execute Innocent Women: The Hallmark of Western Occupation
- “Sick or Injured Children, who Could be Easily Treated, are Left to die in Hundreds”