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In Kosovo, an uncertain future for the war crimes court nobody wanted
Kosovars hate it and its president has warned EU diplomats of a plot to undermine it. But Kosovo's new leader-in-waiting Albin Kurti might just choose to ignore it.
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.
Belgian hearing into Paris attacks accomplices begins
A court in Brussels begins its hearing into the 20 people accused of aiding and abetting the terrorists involved in the 2015 attacks in the French capital.
Three on trial in Poland over LGBT sign on posters of revered icon
The activists could face up to two years in prison if convicted on charges of offending religious sentiment and desecration of Poland's most revered icon, the Mother of God of Czestochowa.
Lockerbie: US plans new charges in 1988 airline bombing
The 1988 bombing of a New-York-bound Pan Am jet that exploded over the Scottish town of Lockerbie killed 270 people.
'A blip along the way': Harry Dunn's mum defiant after losing appeal
The parents of Harry Dunn, a British teen who died after colliding with a car being driven on the wrong side of the road in the UK, have lost their High Court appeal.
Japan's handling of Carlos Ghosn was wrong, say rights experts
A panel of human rights experts working with the UN found that Ghosn’s arrest in Japan in late 2018 and early 2019 was "arbitrary" and called on Japan’s government to "take the necessary steps to remedy the situation of Mr. Ghosn without delay."
Meet the lawyer fighting to exonerate Scotland's forgotten witches
Lawyer Claire Mitchell QC is leading the campaign to pardon and commemorate the voiceless women who were falsely accused of witchcraft and executed in Scotland nearly five centuries ago.
Judge rules US can't replace Trump as defendant in slander lawsuit
The government’s lawyers argued that the United States could step in as the defendant because Trump was forced to respond to the lawsuit to prove he was physically and mentally fit for the job.
Anuna de Wever on fighting climate change and ‘incapable’ politicians
"I want to have an impact in the biggest way possible."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes first woman to lie in state at US Capitol
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the first woman to lie in state at the US Capitol. Rosa Parks was the first woman to lie in honour at the Capitol, a tribute for non governmental figures.
Irish citizens win case to force government action on climate change
It could encourage more people to hold their government to account on environmental policy.
EU issues first ever sanctions against cyber attacks
The move to use the full force of the EU's new powers, agreed back in May 2019, was welcomed by the Dutch foreign minister on Twitter
Woman guilty of breaking quarantine just days after catching COVID-19
A woman in Austria has been fined and given a suspended jail term after breaking quarantine to visit a supermarket just days after testing positive for coronavirus.
Nazi concentration camp guard Bruno Dey, 93, convicted in Germany
Prosecutors argued that while he was "no ardent worshipper of Nazi ideology'', Bruno Dey aided the killings that took place in Stutthof as a "small wheel in the machinery of murder".
What does Duda's victory mean for EU-Poland relations?
Brussels and Warsaw have long clashed over judicial reforms in Poland. Is that set to continue?
'Profound regret': ICC prosecutor on being hit with US sanctions
Earlier this month President Donald Trump authorised economic and travel sanctions against Fatou Bensouda and other ICC workers over their probe into whether US troops and intelligence officials committed war crimes in Afghanistan.
Killer released from jail early suspected of setting alight girl, 17
The 17-year-old was doused in petrol and set alight at her home in south-west Romania last Saturday, say prosecutors.
Mourners demand justice at George Floyd's funeral
"We are fighting wickedness in high places," said civil rights leader Al Sharpton in his eulogy at George Floyd's funeral.
Swedish PM Olof Palme's unsolved murder case dropped
Olof Palme was shot dead on 28 February 1986. The charismatic leader of the Social-Democratic party and his wife Lisbeth Palme had just left a cinema in downtown Stockholm.