Weekday News Wrap: Thursday, July 11, 2013
- Bosnia is set to bury the bodies of 409 newly discovered victims of the Srebrenica massacre, including a baby boy, on the 18th anniversary of the atrocity in which about 8,000 Muslims were slaughtered.
- The US Navy has tested a new kind of drone, an autonomous model that flew and landed on an aircraft carrier without human intervention.
- Japan’s nuclear regulator says it believes radioactive water from the Fukushima power station is leaking into the Pacific.
- IntLawGrrls covers the ongoing oral proceedings on Japan’s whaling program at the ICJ between Australia and Japan, with New Zealand intervening and offers an additional piece on women at the ICJ.
- Professor William Schabas posts on his blog about the recent ECHR judgment in S v. Russia in which the Court found a violation of the Convention when security forces did not return the body of a suspected terrorist they killed to his family.