The UN Security Council looks set to vote on a draft resolution over the weekend that calls for an immediate ceasefire across Syria.
The offensive in Aleppo shows little sign of slowing down.
Bangladesh has hanged an opposition party leader convicted of war crimes.
Malian citizen Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi’s trial in the International Criminal Court in The Hague is a legal first.
US-backed forces battling ISIL near the Turkish border in northern Syria say they have launched a final assault to flush the remaining jihadists out of the city of Manbij.
More than 150 civilians – mostly women and children – have been leaving besieged eastern parts of the Aleppo, according to Syrian TV reports.
Fresh clashes have erupted in Juba between forces loyal to the president and those supporting the vice president, renewing fears South Sudan will slip back into full-blown civil…
The Turkish military shelled the town of Cizre in the southeast for five months last year, and then claimed it had killed 600 PKK fighters in its war with the Kurdish militant…
To deliberately attack a hospital is considered a war crime but such strikes against them have become increasingly common.
An Islamist leader has been hanged in Bangladesh for war crimes committed in 1971. Seventy three-year-old Motiur Rahman Nizami was executed on
This article sets out how Armenians generally view the context, events and implications of the massacres of ethnic Armenians living in the Ottoman
Twenty-two years ago on April 7, Rwanda’s ethnic Hutu militia, armed with machetes began slaughtering minority Tutsis. More than 800,000 people were
Last week’s shock acquittal of Serbian ultra-nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj is to be appealed by prosecutors at the International Criminal
Mixed reactions to Voyislav Seselj's acquittal: Croatia announces a lifetime ban on the Serbian Radical Party leader entering the country.
Serbian politician faced three counts of crimes against humanity and six of war crimes
In Srebrenica, scene of an appalling massacre of Bosnian Muslim men and boys by the Serbs during the Yugoslav war, survivors and victims’ family
Radovan Karadzic is a published poet, a graduate of medicine, psychologist and a man who gained the nickname, “The Butcher of Bosnia”. He will go
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been found guilty of 10 of 11 charges by UN judges at the International Criminal Tribunal for the
Former Bosnian Serb leader given 40 year prison sentence
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was due to learn his fate later on Thursday (24 March) when the International Criminal Tribunal for the
Some are angry, some are sad and some are simply indifferent. What difference, if any, will a verdict make for Srebrenica?
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
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
Euronews takes a look at the life of a remarkable woman
Bosnian Serb General Zdravko Tolimir, serving a life sentence for genocide during the Balkan wars of the 1990s, has died in detention in the Hague
Detainees held by Syria's government are dying in such numbers a UN war crimes report says that it denounces "a state policy to attack a civilian population".