The ex-Bosnian Serb general was on trial, accused of ordering the massacre of 8,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica.
The ICC delivered a landmark compensation verdict over the destruction in Timbuktu
Africa has 34 signatories to the Rome Statute, the treaty which set up the court.
Russia has become the fourth nation to announce its intention to cut ties with the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Officials are quoted as saying the Hague-based tribunal is not "truly independent" and has not lived up the hopes of the international community.
The country's Justice Minister, Michael Masutha, says the court's obligations are no consistent with legislation granting diplomatic immunity to sitting leaders.
In what is being described as a historic decision, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has found the Democratic Republic of Congo’s former vice
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda says she intends to investigate both sides in the 2008 war between Russia and
A man accused of ordering the destruction of historic buildings in Timbuktu in Mali has appeared before the International Criminal Court in The
Details of alleged Israeli war crimes have been put to the International Criminal Court (ICC) by the Palestinian Authority in its first submission of
In an exclusive interview with Euronews’ Mohammed Shaikhibrahim, Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir accuses Israeli and American secret services of
Appeal judges have upheld the conviction of a Congolese war criminal accused of using child soldiers.
Fifty three-year-old Thomas Lubangawas