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Venezuela’s intelligence agency detained two more judges Tuesday that the government-stacked Supreme Court had threatened with arrest after they were appointed by the opposition-controlled National Assembly. Read more in The Washington Post.

Manifestante lleva un cartel que dice "elecciones ya", durante una protesta en Caracas, Venezuela. 13/04/2017 El secretario general de la OEA, Luis Almagro, condenó el jueves la violencia y las muertes ocurridas durante las protestas de las últimas horas en Venezuela, y pidió elecciones lo antes posible para que la democracia "vuelva al país". REUTERS/Christian Veron

Argentine lawyer Luis Moreno-Ocampo will help the OAS examine whether Venezuelan authorities have committed crimes against humanity that warrant an investigation by the ICC. Read more on VOA News.

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“The citizens of Venezuela live in terror. And the terror has its origins in the state from a deliberate, methodical and systematic strategy. If the regime wants to jail someone, it jails them. If it decides to torture, it tortures. If it decides to murder, it murders. If they want to proceed with regular forces, […]

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Luis Moreno Ocampo, former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, has prosecuted some of the world’s most notorious warlords and presidents. Here he reveals how he did it. Watch now on The Economist.

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The spread of internet technology contributed to the increase in prosecutions and the rising tide of protest, said Luis Moreno-Ocampo, an Argentina-born New York lawyer who is the former president of Transparency International’s Latin America and Caribbean office. “There’s more demand and there’s more ability to get information,” Moreno-Ocampo said. “South America is showing that […]