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Antônio Augusto Cançado Trindade

displaced from their traditional lands (of the Ndjuka Maroon Community, in the small town of Moiwana), unable to rebuild their communal modus vivendi . Such cases of massacres, in my understanding, disclosed the complementarity of the international responsibility of the State and the international

Alexander H.E. Morawa

suppression of an insurgent movement); Case Not. 11.821, Village ofMoiwana (Suriname), report no.26/ 00 of 7 March 2000 (where some 40 villagers belonging to the Ndjuka maroons were allegedly executed and the village burnt down because most of the supporters of the leader of an armed opposition group belonged