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James A. Goldston assesses the success of international criminal justice to mark the 20th anniversary of the International Criminal Court.
War crimes investigators meet in The Hague over Russia-Ukraine war
Officials from Ukraine, Lithuania and Poland will discuss early findings with the International Criminal Court's lead prosecutor as thousands of potential war crimes cases are being pursued in Ukraine.
Two Kosovo war veterans imprisoned for witness intimidation
It is the first verdict handed down by the Kosovo Specialist Chambers after it was established in 2015.
Netherlands: There’s more to do in the Lowlands than getting high
As the Dutch government relaxes COVID-19 restrictions for all travellers, we take a look at the top seven tourist destinations you need to visit on your next trip to the Netherlands.
Hundreds at anti-virus rules protest in the Hague
Protesters demonstrating against COVID-19 rules marched through The Hague for a second day on Sunday, in solidarity with Canada's trucker demonstration.
Dutch cannabis cafes see rise in business during COVID-19 pandemic
A survey by Trimbos, a research institute on mental health and addictions, found that 90% of Dutch cannabis users were smoking as much or more since the start of the pandemic.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte set to reveal plans for new government
An agreement should be finalised and shared with the four coalition parties on Tuesday.
Princess Amalia, heir to the Dutch throne, turns 18
She is now officially entitled to take over the throne from her father, King Willem-Alexander, should the need arise.
Former Kosovo rebel commander on trial in the Hague for war crimes
Salih Mustafa has been accused of murder and torture during Kosovo’s 1998-99 war for independence from Serbia.
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.
Dutch police out in force to prevent further anti-lockdown rioting
Rotterdam Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb posted a video message on Twitter, asking rioters: “Does it feel good to wake up with a bag full of stolen stuff next to you?”
Shots fired at Saudi Arabian embassy in The Hague, Netherlands
Bullet holes were left across the outside of the building and its windows after the early morning shooting.
Ex-Kosovo president Thaci to appear in court on war crimes charges
An international prosecutor has indicted Thaci and other former guerilla leaders on 10 charges of crimes against humanity and war crimes. The former president denies any wrongdoing.
Kosovo specialist prosecutor arrests another war veterans official
Nasim Haradinaj is the latest member of a Kosovar war veterans association to be arrested by the Specialist Prosecutor's Office with the help of EU police.
Hariri verdict: One guilty, three acquitted of murder of former PM
Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in Beirut was killed in a car bomb in Beirut more than 15 years ago.
More than 20 arrested after overnight rioting in The Hague
Stones and heavy fireworks were thrown at the police officers from rooftops.
'I believe in justice' says Kosovo's Thaci as he arrives at The Hague
Kosovo's president gave a short statement ahead of being interviewed by the KSP
Aung San Suu Kyi speaks at the ICJ for Myanmar genocide hearing
The Nobel Peace Prize laureate denies genocide against muslims in second day of Hague hearing
Suspect arrested after stabbing on shopping street in The Hague
The Dutch police have arrested a man in connection with a stabbing that injured three on shopping street in The Hague on Friday evening.
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.