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Russian spy caught trying to infiltrate war crimes court, Dutch say
Dutch authorities say Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov had planned an elaborate cover story to hide his identity and penetrate the International Criminal Court (ICC).
A race against time to collect digital evidence of Ukraine war crimes
These groups are working to ensure that the graphic content flooding social media gets properly collected, verified and archived.
Could Vladimir Putin be tried for war crimes?
He could, but the International Criminal Court would have to catch him first.
International Criminal Court launches Ukraine war crimes investigation
Dozens of member countries had called for a probe into crimes against humanity.
Why does a Glasgow river have fewer rights than a new €14 company?
Lawyers and environmentalists at a COP26 Coalition event called for ecocide to be made punishable in international law.
Brazilian leader accused of genocide at International Criminal Court
Indigenous people in Brazil have filed a complaint against far-right president Jair Bolsonaro at the International Criminal Court at the Hague. Tribes say his negligence led to at least 1,160 deaths.
Israel: Netanyahu denounces ICC war crimes move as 'anti-Semitism'
Israel could face war crimes investigation after an International Criminal Court ruling extended its jurisdiction to territories Israel occupied in the 1967 Mideast war.
Sudan prosecutor to investigate former regime crimes in Darfur
Sudan's public prosecutor said on Sunday it has opened an investigation into the crimes committed in Darfur since 2003.
ICC opens probe into violence against Rohingya minority in Myanmar
"The chamber hereby authorises the commencement of an investigation into the situation in Bangladesh/Myanmar."
DRC's Bosco Ntaganda jailed for 30 years for war crimes
The former Congolese military leader was sentenced after a trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague on Thursday.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ex-Bosnian Serb chief Karadzic's sentence increased to life in prison
Karadzic was appealing a 2016 verdict in which he was given a 40-year sentence for the Srebrenica massacre in the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
Prosecutor: Retrial of Gbagbo possible
Ex-Ivorian leader could face war crimes charges
Brazil's Bolsonaro: A new candidate for trial in the Hague? | View
Brazil's newly elected president, Jair Bolsonaro, promotes destructive environmental policies that could amount to international crimes, warn human rights experts.
Yugoslavia tribunal holds closing ceremony
A closing ceremony marks the end of the Yugoslavia tribunal
African leaders back plan for mass ICC withdrawal
Africa has 34 signatories to the Rome Statute, the treaty which set up the court.
After Russia, will Philippines be next to dump 'useless' International Criminal Court?
Russia has become the fourth nation to announce its intention to cut ties with the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Russia withdraws from the International Criminal Court
Officials are quoted as saying the Hague-based tribunal is not "truly independent" and has not lived up the hopes of the international community.
South Africa to withdraw from the ICC
The country's Justice Minister, Michael Masutha, says the court's obligations are no consistent with legislation granting diplomatic immunity to sitting leaders.
ICC finds former DRC vice president guilty of bribing witnesses
The former vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo has been found guilty of bribing witnesses at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Nine years in jail for destroying Mali's shrines
Some say they are prepared to forgive Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi for the destruction of 10 mausoleums and religious sites in Timbuktu during Mali's 2012 conflict.
Destroying culture is now a war crime
Former Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has been found guilty of war crimes for destroying historical sites in Timbuktu during Mali's conflict in 2012.
Destroyer of Timbuktu's heritage goes on trial in the Hague
An historic trial opens in the International Criminal Court in The Hague this Monday, historic for several reasons.
Sudan's al-Bashir in Rwanda for summit, despite ICC arrest warrant
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir on Saturday arrived in Rwanda for an African Union (AU) summit, defying an international warrant for his arrest by the International Criminal Court…
ICC decision to drop second Kenya case 'fails victims'
The International Criminal Court has thrown out election violence charges against Kenya’s Vice-President William Ruto and ended his trial. It also
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Landmark ruling at the International Criminal Court in Jean-Pierre Bemba case
Eight years after he was arrested Jean-Pierre Bemba learned of his fate. The former Congolese rebel leader had been in exile in Belgium before his
Radovan Karadzic war crimes: A historic verdict
March 24 will mark a day that Bosnia has been awaiting for two decades: the verdict in the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb President Radovan